Boca Raton, FL
(561) 910-1843

Relax and Improve Strength with Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a fall prevention exercise and art for older adults that has been shown to significantly improve balance and reduce the risk of falls. The exercise has numerous benefits for persons aged 70 and older, including:

  • Decreasing the Number of Falls
  • Decreasing the Risk of Falling
  • Improving Functional Balance
  • Improving Physical Performance
  • Improving Lower & Upper Body Strength
  • Strengthens Core Muscles of Back & Abdomen
  • Boosts Flexibility
  • Lowering Stress levels and promoting ant-aging effects
  • Lowering High Blood Pressure
  • Lowering Incidents of Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue, and Mood Disturbance

Seniors participating in tai chi. Disabled adults participating in tai chi.


Research: Tai Chi is Effective at Preventing Falls

A 2013 National Council on Aging Report demonstrated a 55 percent improvement in the risk of falls for older adults participating in active Tai Chi programs compared to a controlled sample group

About Our Program

Our Tai Chi is led by a trained and experienced Tai Chi instructor. The classes are held in the following locations and times:

  • Kings Point of Delray Beach: Fridays at 9:00AM
  • Stratford court.
    Stratford Sunrise Senior Living: Tuesdays at 10:00AM & Thursdays at 1:00PM
  • Banyans Place
    The Banyans Place: Every other Tuesday at 9:30AM
  • Heartland Care Center
    Heartland Rehab of Boca Raton: Every Tuesday 10:45
  • ManorCare Health Services
    ManorCare Rehab of Boca Raton:  Every other Thursday at 11:15AM
    ManorCare of Delray Beach – Bi-weekly Friday at 2:30 p.m.
  • The Preserve at Palm-Aire
    The Preserve of Palm Aires of Pompano Beach: Every other Tuesday at 1:15PM
  • Boca Raton Rehab.
    Boca Raton Rehab: Every other Monday at 2:00PM
  • The Veranda Club
    The Veranda Club: Every other Friday at 10:30AM

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