Tai Chi for Mental Health and Chronic Stress

Just this week I heard several people refer to the anxiety and stress they were feeling about daily things, and that this was a result of Covid, getting older, or they had always had the challenges. They accepted their fate and were prepared to carry on.

What if you didn’t have to accept anxiety and stress as a paralyzer in your daily activities? What if you could change your body, mind, and emotions to release stressful thoughts or behavior patterns, or even body postures related to the expression of stress or anxiety?

Check out this latest blog created as a response to a conversation about science and possibility. Science and history demonstrate that Tai Chi can support and change the body, mind, and emotional reactions to stress and anxiety. We can change our daily opportunities and we can change how we feel, act, and support our posture daily.

If you haven’t joined us for a FREE Tai Chi class yet, now is the time. Monday mornings from 9 – 11 am at the Inverness County Center for the Arts and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8 pm at the Creignish Hall. For those looking for personalized attention, consider the two classes being offered with Tai Chi combined with healing tools: Movement Made Easy with Michelle Greenwell. Tuesday mornings at the Port Hood Parish Hall from 9:30 – 11 am and online Wednesdays at noon. Just send a message to Michelle at info@dancedebut.com to get registered.

The power of change is in your hands…you just have to want to try something different to get a different result. Tai Chi can completely change your day and the way you feel.

Check out the Blogpost here!Tai Chi for Mental Health and Chronic Stress

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