A smooth, graceful form of exercise focusing on balance, body awareness and deep breathing. Tai Chi is sometimes known as
“meditation in motion”.
Tai Chi is a gentle exercise regimen that is derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine and Martial Arts.
Tai Chi is being recognized by medical professionals for benefiting patients with many different medical conditions. Seniors, people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetes, osteoporosis, balance problems, and symptoms of other chronic conditions such as Lyme Disease can do the gentle movements and gain range of motion and decreased pain.
Tai Chi can also help with stress and help you to calm your mind. The gentle movements will help you to learn to balance your emotions be in the moment. It has also been proven to improve balance and help prevent falls.
Marsha started her Tai Chi journey in 1998 with Paul Mahoney of Great Bay Tai Chi learning Yang Short and Long forms, Chin Na, Taiji Ball form, Fan form and Push Hands, 2 person Matching Set. Her practice continued by attending trainings with Ramel Rones, Ken Cohen, Mary Sturtevant, Qigong & Reiki Master.
In 2004 Marsha expanded her path by learning the Tai Chi for Arthritis form created by Dr. Paul Lam MD. Since then she has practiced and certified in several of Dr. Lam’s Sun Style programs and began teaching Sun Style in 2006.
She has also trained with the NH Falls Prevention Task Force. She has completed a Certificate in Holistic and Integrative Health.She continues to train and learn the finer points of her art is available for teaching events and demonstrations.
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