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Talkin’ About Tai Chi for Health . . .

I am thrilled that one hundred fifty people participated in the evidenced-based “Tai Chi for Health” program during TiPD’s first two years, and look forward to bringing this free program to more communities in TiPD’s third year. Tai Chi is so popular because practicing it feels good. It enhances health by increasing strength, flexibility and balance while reducing stress. Another great benefit is the socialization that accompanies attending a class!

— Nina Zeldin, Healthy Acadia

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