TaiChi for Rehabilitation (on hiatus starting Aug 9)


This class is taught by:

Lynn Pillion

Lynn began studying TaiChi in the late 1980s. After several years of study she eventually moved on to other pursuits. In 2014, after recovering from serious health issues, she returned to her TaiChi practice, focusing on Yang-style and Sun-style TaiChi, as well as Qigong, with both local and international teachers.

 

Lynn is certified to teach several rehabilitative TaiChi forms through Dr. Paul Lam’s International TaiChi for Health. She is also certified in Qigong instruction. She currently teaches at four locations, providing instruction and encouragement on how to build strength, grace, and health for people of all ages and abilities.

 

Lynn and her husband are busy living happily ever after with their sweet dog Tootie from Kathmandu.

Using the Sun and Chen styles, Tai Chi for Rehabilitation is easy to learn, safe and effective. It is an ideal program to aid recovery from ill health including stroke, heart disease, lack of energy, injury, surgical procedures, and stress. It has been an aid to those experiencing MS and Parkinson's, and can be practiced seated or standing. It improves balance, flexibility, postural alignment, strength and mobility, and can help reduce blood pressure, stress, falls, and fear of falling.
 
Join certified instructor Lynn Pillion to learn this empowering and harmonizing form that will make energy, health, and self-management part of your successful lifestyle.
 
 
WEAR COMFORTABLE CLOTHING AND FLAT-SOLED INDOOR SHOES

Instructor Lynn Pillion is certified to teach this evidence-based course through Dr. Paul Lam. Call Lynn if you have questions: 907-854-6622