Fit Stop in Heber City, UT (Seated options available.)

   • Tuesdays & Thursdays at 11:30-12:30

      Ongoing including Tai Chi for Arthritis & Health for Fall Prevention,

      Sun 73, and Yang 24.

   • Wednesdays at 11:30-12:30 

      Beginner & Refresher Classes

(More details on the Classes Link.) 

The Spring Gardens (formally the Abbington) in Heber City, UT  

(Seated options available.)

   • Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00-2:00 

      Ongoing Classes: Tai Chi for Arthritis and Health for Fall Prevention.

      Open to the public with instructor's permission.

      Cost $30: for six weeks (12 classes) 

Please contact Bob if interested.

 St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Park City (Snyderville)  (Seated options available.)

   • Wednesdays 5:10 to approximately 6:00 

      (Only during the spring, summer, and fall)

      Ongoing in six-week increments

      Tai Chi for Arthritis and Health for Fall Prevention and Yang 24 classes.

      The cost: $30 for six weeks.

Email Bob for more information.

Pick up the phone and dial (740) 398-0489

             or email Bob at

Click here to see recent photos of participants.   

A whole new world awaits you!

Qigong instruction has now been integrated into each class. 

A perfect compliment

for overall health!

DHave you always wanted to try tai chi but have been cautious or hesitant? This is the form to learn when you first begin. The classes are taught following Dr. Lam's proven instructional process. They are open to all individuals, including the wheelchair-bound. The goals are to be safe and have fun while learning this healthful exercise process. For those who really become involved, this form opens the door to many other tai chi options. 

Click here to read a fascinating report on the importance of good posture.

Due to COVID19, all classes are being held online.

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To provide thoughtful comments and information on holistic health and modality issues with an emphasis on the health benefits of Tai Chi for Health and related disciplines.

Tai Chi for Health

Senior Trainer Bob Casey who is pictured with Dr. Paul Lam (on the right) has studied tai chi, primarily the Yang 24 Form, since 1996. In the fall of 2008 he discovered Tai Chi for Arthritis (TCA), the form on which Tai Chi for Health (TCH) is based. He has led the expansion of this form in Utah.

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Click to view 2019 World Tai Chi & Qigong Day pics including a short video.