Brad Meyer began studying martial arts over 20 years ago and within the first few years was introduced to the healing and meditative arts of Tai Chi, Bagua and Qigong. After spending a few years working full time on a computer and experiencing the stress and tension related to that work his focus began to shift to how to use these arts to help reduce stress and heal the body. In 2017 he attended Dragon & Tiger Qigong instructor training and was certified to teach this qigong system.
CLASSES: Tai Chi for Better Balance, Mondays/Thursdays 9:15 – 10:15 am
Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance® is a research based balance training program designed for older adults at risk of falling and for anyone with balance disorders. The program was developed by Fuzhong Li, Ph.D, a senior scientist at Oregon Research Institute. The origin of the program can be traced back to the 24 movement Tai Chi form, this program has been adapted to focus on addressing debilitating impairment in functional movement.
Dragon & Tiger Qi Gong, Mondays/Thursdays, 9:15 – 10:15 am (beginning July 15, free intro on July 1)
Dragon & Tiger Qi Gong is a 1,500 year old powerful self-healing exercise that has been practiced by millions of people for improved health, vitality and a general feeling of well being.
Dragon & Tiger Qigong exceptionally helpful with:
• Reducing neck and shoulder tension and pain
• Strengthening and balancing all the acupuncture meridians of the body
• Increasing blood circulation
• Raising energy levels & improving immune function
• Improving balance and physical coordination
CLASS FEES: 4 weeks for $75, $15 drop in
CONTACT: email@example.com or call (775) 379-8815
“I have had the opportunity to practice Tai Chi with Brad Meyer for sometime. First in a regular Tai Chi long form class, and more recently in his Tai Chi for Better Balance series. I have been doing Tai Chi for over 7 years and in my opinion, Brad is one of the best teachers around. He brings experience and positive energy to his classes. It is both inspiring and fun to do Tai Chi with him. Try one of Brad’s classes, I know you will enjoy it.” — Willie Glaser