A growing body of medical research—including dozens of
studies based at the Harvard Medical School—supports
that Tai Chi mind-body exercise effectively improves
balance and musculoskeletal strength, heart health, and
psychological well being.
In this practical introductory workshop designed for
beginners of all ages and stages of health, participants
will learn a simplified, and easy to learn, Tai Chi training
program as outlined in the Harvard Medical School Guide
to Tai Chi (authored by Dr. Wayne, the workshop leader).
Experiential sessions will be complemented by
presentations (including one by Dr. Gloria Yeh) that
summarize clinical and physiological research on the
health benefits of Tai Chi. At the close of the workshop,
participants will be advised how to develop and integrate
a regular practice of Tai Chi into their daily routines.
Gloria Yeh, MD, MPH, Peter Wayne, PhD
Dates / Fees:
Fee $150 (payable by credit card)
Saturday, August 29th, 2020, 9:30am- 1pm
This is a live VIRTUAL (Zoom) program offered through the Osher Clinical Center
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
850 Boylston St, Suite 422
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
*To reserve a seat in the program, a non-refundable payment must be received at least one week in advance. Space is limited.