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Tai Chi: Movement for Better Balance

Tai Chi benefits include:

  • Better Balance to prevent falls
  • Increased strength
  • Fitness
  • Stress resistance
  • Improved health

Tai Chi is an ancient Chineses form of exercise using slow, rhythmic movements combined with natural breathing.

Class includes 8 movements that are fun & easy for beginners.

When:         

Where:         Chadron United Methodist Church Narthex
                      9th and Shelton Street

Equipment:   Wear comfortable clothes and soft flexible shoes

Fee:              $12.00 - Scholarships are available

Register by calling UNL Extension at 432-3373 and ask for Jamie or email jgoffena2@unl.edu

The class is limited to 20 paticipants!

 

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