Elder Care Hosts Tai Chi Tutorial

Tai Chi

Elder Care will host a Tai Chi tutorial series led by Dixie Squires on Friday, 27, and Friday, February 3 & 10, from 10:00 am – 10:45 am.

According to Dixie Squires, “Tai Chi has been helping its practitioners increase balance and focus for hundreds of years. It is composed of slow-motion martial arts movements and can be safely practiced by students of all ages.”

Dixie Squires has been a student of Tai Chi Master Judy Fu for twelve years. She has taught tai chi for nine years in her ministry at Bartlesville First Church. More recently, she has also begun teaching year-round at Hopestone and during the summers at the Unity Square.

She is certified on all four levels: Yang style Eight, Twenty-four, Forty-eight, and the highest level taught in Bartlesville, Forty-two.

Tai Chi class includes Qigong breathing techniques, reflexology, and balance poses.

These sessions at Elder Care are open to adults of all ages at no cost. To participate in this unique tutorial, RSVP by January 15 to Elder Care at 918-336-8500. Elder Care is located at 1223 Swan Drive.

About Elder Care

Elder Care’s mission is to ensure that mature adults live happy, healthy, independent lives. We are a non-profit organization designed to be the central coordinator of services for mature adults and their families. We take pride in being a professional resource for aging services in Washington, Nowata, and Osage counties.

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Angie Thompson
Elder Care Development Director