Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Fall 2017

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Pullman Parks & Recreation: Pioneer Center, 240 SE Dexter Phone: 509-338-3227 Register online at: PullmanParksandRec.com Fax: 509-338-3313 28 28 FITNESS & WELLNESS FITNESS & WELLNESS Tai Chi for Health Level 1 Tai Chi for Health is easy to learn, eff ective and safe. It gently exercises the entire body, increasing fl exibility, muscle strength, and heart/lung activity. The practice of Tai Chi improves posture and balance, increases energy, and integrates the mind and body bringing a sense of well-being. Medical studies have shown that Tai Chi is eff ective in reducing many of the symptoms of arthritis including joint stiff ness and pain. Seated adaptations are off ered for people unable to stand to participate. Participants should wear loose comfortable clothing and fl at, comfortable shoes - no fl ip-fl ops or bare feet. Instructor: Frances Preston Location: Summit Therapy & Health Services, 1620 SE Summit Ct Min 4/Max 15 Tu .............Sep 5-Oct 10 ............... 1:00-2:00pm Tu .............Oct 24-Nov 28 ............. 1:00-2:00pm Tu .............Dec 5-Jan 17................ 1:00-2:00pm No class: Dec 26 In line with the Generosity Inspires theme at Pullman Regional Hospital, the fee for the class is "pay-it-forward" donation to recipient of your choice. Tai Chi for Health Level 2 Tai Chi for Health Level 1 is a prerequisite for Tai Chi for Health Level 2 This course is a continuation of the movement forms off ered in Tai Chi for Health Level 1. In addition to learning new movements associated with the second part of the Tai Chi for Arthritis program, instruction will also focus on deepening your understanding of the principles of Tai Chi and improving the quality of your personal Tai Chi. Participants must complete Tai Chi for Health Level 1 before they can join Tai Chi for Health Level 2. Instructor: Frances Preston Location: Summit Therapy & Health Services, 1620 SE Summit Ct Min 4/Max 15 M ..............Sep 18-Oct 23 .............. 1:00-2:00pm M ..............Nov 6-Dec 11 ............... 1:00-2:00pm In line with the Generosity Inspires theme at Pullman Regional Hospital, the fee for the class is "pay-it-forward" donation to recipient of your choice. Tai Chi for Health Level 3 Tai Chi for Health Levels 1 and 2 are prerequisites for Tai Chi for Health Level 3 This course is a continuation of the movement forms off ered in Tai Chi for Health Levels 1 and 2. In addition to learning new movements forms, instruction will also focus on deepening your understanding of the principles of Tai Chi and improving the quality of your personal Tai Chi. Participants must complete Tai Chi for Health Levels 1 and 2 before they can join Tai Chi for Health Level 3. Instructor: Frances Preston Location: Summit Therapy & Health Services, 1620 SE Summit Ct Min 4/Max 15 F ...............Sep 8-Dec 29 ............... 1:00-2:00pm In line with the Generosity Inspires theme at Pullman Regional Hospital, the fee for the class is "pay-it-forward" donation to recipient of your choice. Taichi Qigong Qigong is an ancient form of Chinese exercise that integrates slow, rhythmic movement, mindful breathing and focused intention. Taichi is a martial arts based type of Qigong exercise that is gaining popularity all around the world for health and balance. Taichi fundamentals from various styles will be incorporated in this class, including Yang style Taichi walking and silk reeling from Chen style. This beginner's class is suitable for people of all fi tness levels, as modifi cations will be made based on physical ability. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. The six week session is offered at no charge, thanks to the Generosity Inspires program at Pullman Regional Hospital. Please sign up through Pullman Parks and Rec at 509-338-3227 or register on-line. For more information, contact Liz Lee at liz.lee@pullmanregional.org or 509- 334-4080. Instructor: Liz Lee, Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner Location: Bishop Place, Social Room 815 SE Klemgard St. Min 12/Max 20 W ..............Sep 13-Oct 18 .............. 1:00-2:00pm Fertility & Traditional Chinese Medicine Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which includes Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Qigong, has been used for centuries to help women conceive and carry the baby to term. It also benefi ts the men to help build their Kidney Jing (Life Essence) to make sure their sperm, mind, body and spirit are in the best condition for fertility. Whether you have been having diffi culty getting pregnant due to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or endometriosis, have history of miscarriage or considering IVF for the next step in line with your fertility goals, you may benefi t from adding Acupuncture, Chinese herbs and/or Qigong to your life. Come to this class to fi nd out more about this holistic approach to health that is rooted in thousands of years of experience. Modern Western medicine acknowledges the benefi t of Acupuncture, as it is used in many fertility clinics around the world to help increase the outcome of IVF. (We are fortunate in Washington State that most insurances cover Acupuncture without the need of a physician's referral.) In this class you will learn about various TCM patterns that can aff ect fertility. You will also learn about diet and lifestyle that will help support your body to be more balanced. Instructor: Liz Lee, Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner Location: Summit Therapy & Health Services, 1620 SE Summit Ct Min 8/Max 20 Th .............Sep 21 ........................ 6:00-7:00pm Resident: $5/N-Resident $7 This class is being taught by Liz Lee, Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner with over 17 years of experience. For more information, contact Liz Lee at liz.lee@ pullmanregional.org or 509-334-4080. Pullman Parks & Recreation is the recipient of the class fee. See page 37 for Pullman Aquatic & Fitness Center Water Fitness Programs!

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