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Facebook Live at the Ironwood Tai Chi Class

We’re coming to you live tonight from Ironwood Cancer & Treatment Centers in Chandler.  Every Tuesday at 4:30pm, this group comes to Ironwood to practice the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi.  This is practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. Each move in this version of Tai Chi focuses on nurturing the mind and body.

Check out our live video streaming now!

We’re coming to you live tonight from Ironwood Cancer & Treatment Centers in Chandler. Check out our live video streaming now! Every Tuesday at 4:30pm, this group comes to Ironwood to practice the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi. This is practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. Each move in this version of Tai Chi focuses on nurturing the mind and body. People that practice Tai Chi say that they have…Better mood, with lower levels of depression, stress, and anxiety.Greater aerobic capacity and muscle strength.More energy and stamina.Enhanced flexibility, balance, and agility.Lower blood pressure and improved heart health.Reduced Inflammation.Fewer falls. If you couldn’t make it this time, come to our next Tai Chi class in Chandler at 4:30pm, Tuesday, March 13th!https://www.facebook.com/events/2040478422834790/

Posted by Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers on Tuesday, March 6, 2018

 

People that practice Tai Chi say that they have…

Better mood, with lower levels of depression, stress, and anxiety.

Greater aerobic capacity and muscle strength.

More energy and stamina.

Enhanced flexibility, balance, and agility.

Lower blood pressure and improved heart health.

Reduced Inflammation.

Fewer falls.

 

If you couldn’t make it this time, come to our next Tai Chi class in Chandler at 4:30pm, Tuesday, March 13th!  View the Tai Chi in Chandler Facebook event page here.

 

We would like to give a special thank you to our amazing Tai Chi teacher Roxanne Reynolds.  Roxanne loves to help seniors and cancer patients experience a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition, and Tai Chi.   She also holds accreditation in Tai Chi Chih, Tai ChiEasyTM Facilitator as well as Tai Chi Kung.  Roxanne Reynolds is the author of A Senior’s Guide to Fall Prevention and Healthy Living.