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Tai Chi Classes at AAA Physical Therapy

Online or onsite Tai Chi classes at AAA Physical Therapy in Columbia, Maryland.

Learn Tai Chi and use it to gain benefits of movement mindfulness, and internal and external balance, with our Tai Chi for Health instructor, Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adult and Chronic Pain Coach, Nina Evangelista, PT.

Tai chi is a low-impact impact exercise that’s gentle on the joints.

Tai chi and Physical therapy can work hand in hand to help you manage pain and have a better quality of life.

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What Is Tai Chi?

Tai chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that is still practiced today as a form of exercise. You perform a series of movements in a slow, focused manner, and accompanied by deep breathing. Your movement flows from one posture into the next continuously, ensuring that your body is in continuous motion.

Who Can Do Tai Chi?

Tai chi is generally safe for people all ages and fitness levels. It is low impact and does not put much stress on your muscles and joints. It is also does not require any specialized equipment you can practice it indoors or outdoors.

How Can Tai Chi Help You?

Some of the benefits of practicing Tai Chi are:

  • Improved balance and stability: Tai chi is a low-impact exercise that emphasizes slow, controlled movements, making it ideal for seniors who may have balance or stability issues.
  • Increased flexibility and range of motion: Tai chi can help improve joint flexibility and range of motion through its slow, fluid movements.
  • Reduced stress and anxiety: The focus on breathing and relaxation in tai chi can help reduce your stress and anxiety levels.
  • Improved cardiovascular health: Tai chi is a form of light exercise that can help improve your heart health, blood circulation and breathing.
  • Better sleep: Tai chi's calming and relaxing effects can improve your sleep quality, which is important for overall health and wellbeing, especially in older adults.

Tai chi is an affordable way to help you be healthy. You don't need any specialized equipment or clothing. You can also do it indoors or outdoors.

Although you can rent or buy videos and books about Tai chi, make sure to still get guidance from a qualified Tai Chi instructor to gain the maximum benefits and learn proper techniques.

Your Tai Chi instructor will make sure that you are doing the movements correctly so you get the maximum benefit.

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Learn Tai Chi and use it to gain benefits of movement, mindfulness, and internal and external balance, with our Tai Chi for Health instructor, Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adult, and Chronic Pain Coach, Nina Evangelista, PT.

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Check out our Tai Chi classes below.

Tai Chi for Health PRACTICE

$120 $97 per month or $15 per session;
2 sessions a week
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; 8:15 AM EST

Tai Chi for Health CLASSES

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Tai Chi for Arthritis (12 lessons; 12 weeks)

$306 $260, 24 classes
Add on: $50/ month with access to practice sessions - Wed and Fri; Or $15/ practice session
Call us to schedule.

Tai Chi for Fall Prevention and Rehabilitation (6 lessons; 6 weeks)

$180 $153, 12 classes
Add on: $50/ month with access to practice sessions - Wed and Fri; Or $15/ practice session
Call us to schedule.

Tai chi for Energy (10 lessons; 10 weeks)

$300 $255, 20 classes
Add on: $50/ month with access to practice sessions - Wed and Fri; Or $15/ practice session
Call us to schedule.