Reduce Stress with Free Tai Chi Class Downtown on April 15 - Archived


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Barbara Mackovic, Senior Manager
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Reduce Stress with Free Tai Chi Class Downtown on April 15

Louisville, Ky. (April 8, 2015)— The KentuckyOne Health Healthy Lifestyle Center downtown invites the public to de-stress during lunch with a free Tai Chi class on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at noon at 400 West Market Plaza (across from the Kentucky Convention Center).
 
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese discipline that involves slow, deliberate, meditative body movements that facilitate relaxation and promote feelings of peace and calmness. Tai Chi is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It doesn’t require any equipment or special clothing and can be done anywhere, anytime.
 
Tai Chi instructor Lloyd Kelly will lead the free class. Kelly, who is certified by the Centers for Disease Control and the Arthritis Foundation, has practiced the art of Tai Chi his entire life and has studied with the Masters in the United States and China.
 
Tai Chi improves balance, helps lower blood pressure, reduces tension and stress, aids in reducing chronic pain, improves strength and endurance, increases flexibility and improves aerobic capacity.
 
KentuckyOne Health Healthy Lifestyle Centers are a new concept in prevention and wellness. The centers provide medically supervised exercise, nutrition counseling, stress management and more to help people get and stay healthy.
 
Tai Chi classes are part of the integrative medicine services offered at the three KentuckyOne Health Healthy Lifestyle Centers in Louisville. Integrative medicine utilizes evidence-based methods from all healing traditions to facilitate healing, prevent disease, and promote wellness.
 
Other integrative medicine services offered also include nutrition and exercise counseling, therapeutic massage, yoga, meditation, acupuncture, aromatherapy and more.
 
The Healthy Lifestyle Centers are located at Medical Center Jewish Northeast, Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital and downtown at KentuckyOne Health Medical Plaza II. For more information about the centers, visit kentuckyonehealth.org/healthylifestyle or call 502.581.0110.

Publish Date: 

Wednesday, April 08, 2015