Tai Chi for Parkinson’s

Tai Chi is a gentle but powerful form of flowing movement that may help in improving balance, spinal alignment and posture, physical strength, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness. By combining the slow movement with the breath many people find it beneficial in reducing stress and anxiety. Tai chi can be done seated or standing or a combination of both depending on participants’ requirements. People with Parkinson’s can be accompanied to the sessions.

Free weekly sessions for people with Parkinson’s led by Tai Chi, Chi Kung and Meditation Teacher Kevin Brown are available as follows:

Venue:
Barclay Viewforth Church
1 Wright’s Houses
Edinburgh EH10

Times: Tuesdays 11am – 12pm (may overrun slightly)
Dates: The early 2018 term will run from Tuesday 9th January through to Tuesday 3rd April with a break on Tuesday 20th February.

For more information: please contact Kevin Brown on 01506 845 498 (leave a message if he is out) or email, kevin@chi-flow.co.uk
People don’t have to commit to coming every session although as with any form of exercise, regular attendance is encouraged for maximum benefit but you are also welcome to drop-in. However, as there is a maximum of 10 attendees per session do let Kevin know you are coming.