June 20, 2016

Tai Chi Classes

Tai Chi May Help Improve Neuropathy Symptoms

The results of several clinical studies suggest that regular participation in Tai Chi can help with balance, circulation, muscle strength, stress release and general well-being. With that in mind, Neuropathy Alliance of Texas (NATX), a non-profit in Central Texas, offers Tai Chi classes that are specifically designed for neuropathy patients. Our classes are open to all levels of Tai Chi experience.  Beginners and first-timers are welcome!

NATX encourages you to attend classes for a minimum of 12 weeks in order to experience a difference in your health.

Tai Chi Classes for Neuropathy in Central Texas


South Austin

Unity Church of Austin
5501 West Highway 290, Austin, TX 78735
Thursday mornings 10 AM – 11 AM

Rates
Drop-ins $8/class
4 Weeks $20
12 Weeks (Recommended)* $50

*Neuropathy Alliance of Texas offers an added benefit to anyone who registers for 12 weeks at a time: we will provide you with self-assessment tools before and after your participation to allow you to track your progress and see how Tai Chi has affected your health.

Click here to register.

Please note: class registration fees are non-refundable.


Northwest Hills:

Jewish Community Center
7300 Hart Ln., Austin, TX 78731
Level 1: Tuesday and Friday mornings 9 AM -10 AM
Level 2: Monday and Thursday mornings 9 AM -10 AM
Level 1 classes are $20/month or $50 if you prepay for 12 weeks. Level 2 Tai Chi costs $3/class.
To register please contact Annie Skelton at annie.skelton@shalomaustin.org.


Georgetown:

Lake Aire Shopping Center, Suite 101
2423 Williams Dr., Community Room A
Thursday mornings 9 AM- 10:30 AM

Rates
Drop-ins $8/class
4 Weeks $20
12 Weeks (Recommended)* $50

*Neuropathy Alliance of Texas offers an added benefit to anyone who registers for 12 weeks at a time: we will provide you with self-assessment tools before and after your participation to allow you to track your progress and see how Tai Chi has affected your health.

Click here to register.

Please note: class registration fees are non-refundable.