Lebanon Tai Chi - USA

Live Slowly

Life is so short that it must be lived very slowly.
Buddhist saying
Welcome.  
My name is Laura Reazer,  and I am a certified Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Instructor.  I have been a Tai Chi instructor since June 2006,  and truly love Tai Chi.  Tai Chi is both physically and mentally engaging.  There is no religious aspect to Tai Chi.  It is simply a lifelong way to stay active and healthy.
I teach in many different locations, and to all ages and abilities.  Tai Chi has been shown to ....
improve balance
increase range of motion
improve lung capacity
improve sleep patterns
decrease joint pain
improve overall health
THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXCERPT FROM A THANK YOU NOTE I RECEIVED FROM A LONG TIME STUDENT AND FRIEND - KAREN ---
My day starts with Tai Chi and, frequently, is revisited during the day.  I don’t know how I survived before your instructions in Tai Chi.  It’s been a real blessing in my life.
Three years ago, I would never have believed anyone if they had told me that I would be so secure in my balance and flexibility.  At that time, the hip and leg stretches were very painful and restricted.  Now I hardly feel the pain when I stretch.  Tai Chi has definitely reduced my daily pain level, improved my breathing and my concentration.  I never thought that I would be able to focus on one form and now I can handle 3 different forms.  I do them daily and, most of the time, I don’t get confused between the three forms.  That is a major accomplishment for me.  It has helped me to memorize my handbell music, too.  I had difficulties returning to solo ringing because my ability to memorize was stalled.  The focus has really helped that.
  
The Chinese say that they "play" Tai Chi.  I invite you to play Tai Chi with us.  

To find out my schedule of upcoming classes, please go to the the top of the page and click on the UPCOMING CLASSES link.


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