Tai Chi: Moving For Better Balance

OHAI Upcoming Class

Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

The movements of the Chinese martial arts Tai Chi can help seniors reduce the risk of falling, increasing balance, and increasing flexibility. This six-week class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements. It does not matter how strong, flexible, or active you are as Tia Chi is designed for people at all levels of health.

How To Sign Up

To register, contact OHAI Central at (405)271-6424 or CentralOHAI@ouhsc.edu. You need to be registered in order to attend.

Classes will be at the Chickasha Public Library

527 W Iowa Ave

Chickasha, OK 73018

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays

Starting March 21st

What To Bring

Participants are encouraged to bring pen and paper for taking notes, a bottle of water, and non-skid shoes. OHAI will provide take-home materials for all information covered in class.

Walk Away With Tools For:

  • Improving Balance and Posture
  • Strengthening Muscles
  • Improving the Quality of Sleep
  • Enhancing Stamina
  • Increasing Energy Levels
  • Relieving Stress
  • Improving Cardiovascular Functions
  • Lowering High Blood Pressure
  • Reducing Arthritic Symptoms by Increasing Flexibility & Mobility
  • Reducing the Risk of Falling and the Fear of Falling

This information and these classes are brought to you by Central OHAI Center of Healthy Aging.

1122 NE 13th St., Suite 186

Oklahoma City, OK 73117




The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI) is a program of the Donald W Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine of The University of Oklahoma and is supported by the Donald W Reynolds Foundations.