DURANT – Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI) Southeast Center of Healthy Aging will be providing the Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance Program in the Southeast Center of Healthy Aging office located in Durant, Oklahoma.
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance is designed to fit the interest and needs of older adults who want to maintain their quality of life, help alleviate pain and increase their balance. The movements of Tai Chi help seniors reduce stress and increase balance and flexibility. Participants learn relaxation techniques to improve their overall mind, body and well-being, through a series of slow continuous movements.
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance will be held from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Sept. 4 through Oct. 11 at the Donald W Reynolds Library and Community Center located at 1515 West Main Street in Durant. Classes are offered at no charge. This program is provided to the Donald W Reynolds Library and Community Center by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries made possible by funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance is for people at all levels of mobility and can be done while sitting or standing.
Instructors are provided by OHAI, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
OHAI serves all individuals who are eligible for its programs without regard to race, national origin, ancestry, color, religion, sex, age or disability.
To receive additional information or for a reservation in the class, please call Michael Maxwell, Education Specialist with OHAI’s Southeast Center of Healthy Aging at (580) 745–9477 or email Michaelfirstname.lastname@example.org.