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    The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) protocols are available in two venues, Group and Private.

Group NASM principles are integrated into all Tai Chi classes in group verbal instruction and postural corrections.  

  Private sessions offer the full range of  NASM protocols begin with a subjective medical history to detect common health issues. Provided Physician clearance isn't required, protocol continues with a series of postural assessments to establish a baseline of functional fitness. These assessments accurately detect soft tissue imbalances that left untreated, often lead to unnecessary pain, limited mobility and the premature wearing of key mobility joints like the hips and shoulders. Stretching and strengthening exercises are prescribed to help deliver balance. 

Once the body is balanced, we continue the protocol with with exercises aimed at balance then to strength, endurance and finally, power. 

 If you're not comfortable moving in your body, why not give Tai Chi a try, your first class is free, and if you like what you see, you can schedule a free NASM consultation with me!

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