Tai Ji Moving for Better Balance
Not too old for Tai Chi!
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Are you ready to recharge? Time to make time for YOU! Classes are starting and there is room for you!!
Come get your QI back in alignment and be ready to slide through the holidays stress free!


 Pre-Holiday Qigong Workshop

Wednesdays, Nov 5,12, & 19

10:15am – 11:15 am

Lee Church, Rt 155 (Mast Rd) Lee NH

Learn to return your mind to the present moment, harmonize body and mind to awaken your dormant energy, and activate your body’s inner healing power.  Qigong helps you to cultivate chi, with slow movements, smooth breathing and visualization, in order to enhance the body’s natural healing abilities.  You will learn a simple but effect routine that will help enhance your immune response in the coming months. This workshop is open to all, no experience necessary. Bring a friend! Call or email to pre-register!

Cost is $30 for series, $15 drop in.


Tai Chi is a gentle exercise regimen that is derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine and martial arts. It is a smooth, graceful form of exercise focusing on balance, body awareness and deep breathing.Tai Chi is sometimes known as “meditation in motion”.

Tai chi is being recognized more by medical professionals that it benefits patients with many different medical conditions. Seniors, people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetes, osteoporosis, balance problems,  and symptoms of other chronic conditions such as Lyme Disease can do the gentle movements and gain range of motion and decreased pain.

  • Small Classes
  • Gentle easy forms
  • Reduce Pain and Stress
  • Good for Balance and Coordination
  • Center your mind and relax!

“II have been studying tai chi with Marsha Carr for the past three years.  When I began taking tai chi for arthritis with Marsha, I had only recently corrected a condition that had made walking very difficult, so I had minimal muscle strength in my legs.  As a result of Marsha’s low-key, humor-filled instruction, delivered in such a way that we made slow but steady progress.” Meg L.


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