Tai Chi for Women with Cancer

Open to people living with breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer.  To learn more or to pre-register (pre-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED) call Support Connection at 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

 

The basic principle of Tai Chi is to cultivate what the Chinese allude to as the 3 treasures: mind, body and spirit.  The practice includes a series of exercises called Silk Reeling (slow, repetitive, meditative movements) followed by form practice. In this class a basic beginner’s form will be taught. Learn to focus the mind while working on the principles of posture and motion. Benefits include balance, strength and flexibility and a sense of well-being.

INSTRUCTOR: Alan Bandes has been practicing Tai Chi for over 40 years and has taught for 8 years. His approach is to work with each student to achieve success within their unique capabilities.

Contact Information
  1. Support Connection
  2. 914-962-6402
  3. info@supportconnection.org
Wed, April 15
10:00 am — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/15/2020 10:00am 04/15/2020 9:00pm America/New_York Tai Chi for Women with Cancer

Open to people living with breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer. To learn more or to pre-register (pre-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED) call Support Connection at 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

The basic principle of Tai Chi is to cultivate what the Chinese allude to as the 3 treasures: mind, body and spirit. The practice includes a series of exercises called Silk Reeling (slow, repetitive, ...

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