The Greenwood Senior Center is putting on a new workshop that combines the science of biomechanics with Tai Chi to help boomers and seniors improve their balance. The workshop is from 1-3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 1, at the senior center, 525 N. 85th St. Cost is $30 PNA/GSC members, $45 general (sliding scale options available).
Targeted at the active boomer and senior, this workshop addresses a concern that is universal: getting—and keeping—one’s balance. Sensory health, flexibility and strength are all factors in this most basic of movement skills and, through clear and practical application of accessible concepts of biomechanics, participants will gain more control over each of these elements. The result is a greater sense of security in posture, stride and exercise. For further understanding and future practice the presenters unite the proven exercise of Tai Chi with modern biomechanics skills to address the concern of improving—rather than simply keeping—excellent balance through the aging process.
This event is ideal for boomers, seniors, those with balance-related disorders as well as people with Early Stage Memory Loss, Parkinson’s and their Caregivers.
This is an active workshop plus lecture. Participants should be prepared to move as well as take notes. To reserve a space, contact Karin Collins at Karin@karincollins.com or 206-898-5048.