Open the Door to Tai Chi – 3 Tai Chi Moves for Balance & Stress Relief

Attention Health and Fitness Professionals: Looking for an easy way to incorporate Tai Chi into your current programs for your older clients to improve their posture, balance, movement, and brain health? Then check out this simple sequence created by Dianne Bailey, creator of Open the Door to Tai Chi.

And if you’re looking for more information on how to assess, use the most effective corrective exercises, and incorporate more optimal and efficient posture, movement, and balance with all the benefits of Tai Chi, consider joining Dr. Evan Osar – developer of the Integrative Movement System™ – and Dianne Bailey for an incredible learning opportunity of East Meets West.

The Integrative Movement System™ for Posture, Balance, and Walking and Open the Door to Tai Chi – 2 Day Workshop and Certification Program. During this 2-day workshop you’ll discover:

-How to assess your older clients posture and movement and how to choose the most effective corrective exercises to improve posture, balance, and walking

-How to incorporate the A, B, C’s – alignment, breathing, and control – into the fundamental movement patterns to improve posture, balance, and walking

-The fundamentals of Tai Chi and how to incorporate the power of Tai Chi to improve your older clients balance, coordination, walking, confidence, and brain health,

This workshop will absolutely change how you think about posture, movement, balance, walking, and brain health and give you strategies you can use right away with your older clients.

To learn more about this program and to enroll, go here:

If you’re seriously interested in attending, don’t delay as they are only 10 spots remaining. Class size is intentionally kept small so that you have the best opportunity to learn and master the information.

Save $100.00 when you enroll by Friday, July 19th. Use coupon code EARLY to save.

24 CEC’s available through ACE, NASM, FAI, and ACSM.

If you haven’t seen the webinar where Dianne discusses how powerful Tai Chi can be for posture, balance, movement, and brain health you can access it here: