MEMBERS

The Woodlands Tai Chi Players

 

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Lynn L -4/7/19 - I have been a caregiver for my daughter for the last 10 years.  I put on weight after many years of extra sitting, and noticed more aches, pains, and stiffness of the body.  Plus, all the stress that comes with medical issues has taken a toll on me.  I saw something about Tai Chi online. I looked it up, found this group, and signed up. I have enjoyed it from the first class.  Although I have only been doing Tai Chi for a few months, I have already noticed a difference.  I’m looking forward to learning more and working on the technique and breathing of the forms I have learned. All while helping my memory, balance, range of motion and relaxing. This is just what I needed for my Mind, Body and Spirit. I can use all of the Chi I can get

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Frank M 3/5/19 I have done various forms of karate on and off since 1993. It has always provided me with a sense of confidence, balance, strength and agility and I believe made me a better person. Tai Chi does the same for me in a low impact way now that I am 61 years old. Tai Chi involves exercise of both mind and body to remember and execute correctly the various forms which will serve me well as I age further. My 86 year old mother also does Tai Chi with me and I can see the improvement in her mind and balance.

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Kong H - 8/21/17 - The Woodlands Tai Chi group provides me the opportunity to interact with a wonderful group of practitioners sharing a common interest in improving our health. Unlike the physical exercises I do on a regular basis, the  slow, circular Tai Chi movements and deep breathing teaches me to focus on my internal energy, mental focus and clarity of thought in addition to maintaining my balance, flexibility and agility

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Louis T 5/6/19

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Jim A 5/7/19

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Mary Ann T - 7/10/18 -

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Bob T -  7/10/18

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Rosita V 11/5/19

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Shelley - 5/7/19

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Lupita J 7/10/18

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Patricia C 5/6/19

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Aniko V 5/6/19

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Yen T 5/6/19

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Ronny B 5/1/19

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Susan T - 3/5/19

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Sesco S 4/1/09