Maintain Healthy Joints With Tai Chi Class at Crittenton

ROCHESTER, MITai Chi for Arthritis and Health from the Arthritis Foundation is practiced all over the world.  It was developed by Paul Lam, MD, and Australian practicing physician and Tai Chi master, along with other Tai Chi and medical experts.  This Tai Chi program incorporates Sun-style Qigong to promote increased energy levels, balance and flexibility while improving posture and endurance and maintaining joint health for those living with mild to moderate arthritis.  Practicing Tai Chi also has been credited with improved musculoskeletal strength and cardiovascular health and is a safe and effective way for people to maintain bone density. 

Classes are held at Crittenton at various dates and times.  The next class will be held January 4, 2011 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the hospital.  Please call 248-652-5269 for information and registration.        

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