Health Recovery Program
Taoist Tai Chi® arts help people with many chronic and serious health problems, including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and brain injury, asthma, anxiety, depression, as well as the stresses of daily life.
We offer Health Recovery classes and programs at locations and centres around the world, including the Health Recovery programs at our International Centre. These programs are day, weekend, and weeklong experiences of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts and are are open to everyone. Taoist Tai Chi® arts have proven extremely effective as complementary therapy and many conditions have improved. For those with decreased mobility, movements can be adapted as needed.
At our International Centre Health Recovery programs you will experience benefits to your body, mind, and spirit, make friends, listen to remarkable stories of health improvement, share meals and enjoy the peaceful rural setting. Our hope is that each person leaves with a renewed conviction that they can make a real positive difference in their own health and with a clear sense of how to go about it.
Stories of Health Recovery
Conditions that have improved from the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts:
Schedule & Registration
2017 Health Recovery Program International Centre:
|April 5 – 9 2017||July 19 – 23 2017|
|May 10 – 14 2017||Sept 6 – 10 2017|
|June 14 – 18 2017||Oct 18 – 22 2017|
Health Recovery Day Oct 19th, 10am – 4pm
Health Recovery Week Nov 15th – 19th
Health Recovery Programs at the International Centre begin at 10 am on the first day and end at noon on the last day. Dates may be subject to change. Please inquire to confirm before making travel arrangements.
Everyone attending a Health Recovery Program must register in advance. For enquiries or to confirm dates before making travel arrangements please contact us.
“Taoist Tai Chi gave me a way to respond to my severe spinal osteoporosis. As a result of my practice, I have been able to straighten my spine and keep the pain at bay. I now see the prospect of a joyful return to my former self, which did not seem possible a year ago.”