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Tai Chi Classes Covington KY

Local resource for tai chi classes in Covington, KY. Includes detailed information on local martial arts studios that provide access to tai chi instructors who instruct in tai chai in the wu style, yang style, and tai chi chih style, as well as advice on self-defense and perfecting meditative body movements.

Academy of Kung Fu-Tai Chi K-B
(513) 919-4406
PO Box 11583
Cincinnati, OH
Martial Art Styles
Kung Fu, Tai chi

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Cincinnati Kung Fu & Tai Chi
(513) 351-4953
7125 Reading Rd
Cincinnati, OH
Martial Art Styles
Kung Fu, Tai chi

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Cincinnati Kung-Fu & Tai-Chi Center
(513) 771-0700
8601 Winton Rd.
Cincinnati, OH
Martial Art Styles
Kick Boxing, Kung Fu, Tai chi, Wushu, Ba-Qua, Hsing-Yi, Chinnae, Northern Weapons

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Covington Yoga
(859) 307-3435
713 Craig Street
Covington, KY
Yoga Styles
Hatha/Bhakti Flow

Lifepath Center
(859) 426-5307
734 Brom-Cres Road
Ft. Mitchell, KY
Yoga Styles
Hatha

Shaolin Kempo Studios
(859) 609-0224
7635 Dixie Hwy
Florence, KY
Martial Art Styles
Jeet Kune do, Jujitsu, Karate, Kempo, Kung Fu, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Tai chi, Shaolin 5 Animal Style Kung Fu, Crane, Dragon, Lepard, Snake, Tiger. White Tiger Jiu Jitsu, Chin'na. Nunchacu, Bo Staff, Sai, Broad Sword, Knife, Club, Pistol, Butterfly Swords, 3 Section Staff.

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White Willow School of Tai Chi
(513) 791-9428
7433 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH
Martial Art Styles
Tai chi

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Ahn's Taekwondo College
(513) 791-8888
9723 Kenwood Rd
Cincinnati, OH
Martial Art Styles
Hapkido, Tae Kwon Do, Tai chi

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Kula Center for Movement Arts
(859) 441-1811
110 E. 8th Street
Newport, KY
 
YogahOMe
(859) 655-9642
715 Fairfield Ave
Bellevue, KY
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa

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Tai Chi the best exercise for arthritis

Tai Chi, the slow movement exercise from the Far East, can help ease the pain of arthritis, and improve your overall health.

It’s the best exercise choice for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal pain, and is a better option than strengthening, stretching and aerobic exercise plans.

In a meta-analysis of seven studies, researchers from the George Institute in Sydney, Australia discovered that Tai Chi improves pain and disability better than other exercises and health plans among arthritis sufferers.

(Source: Arthritis & Rheumatism, 2009; 61: 717)...

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