Presbyterian Church offers Tai Ch’I class

Published 10:29 am Friday, April 20, 2012

Landrum Presbyterian Church invites the surrounding communities to an exercise program using Tai Ch’I, an ancient Chinese exercise consisting of slow and gentle body moves while breathing deeply. The gentle moves promote relaxation and relief from stress.  Studies have shown Tai Ch’I may help maintain bone health, provide beneficial relief from the symptoms of fibromyalgia and knee osteoarthritis, improve sleep quality, promote cardiopulmonary fitness through deep breathing and improve balance.
This exercise is for all age groups. The only requirements are that you must be able to stand and do very gentle stretching.
The next session will begin May 3. Mr. Ed Kan of Isothermal Community College is the instructor. Each session is limited to 12 participants to allow for one-on-one instruction.
There will be two morning classes: Thursday and Saturday. Both classes will begin at 10 a.m.
You may register by calling 864-457-2761. Leave your name and number and any questions you may have regarding the Tai Ch’i exercise program.
Landrum Presbyterian Church is located at 404 Rutherford Street, directly across from the post office.
– article submitted by Jan Ludwick

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