Webinars provided during Covid 19
Low Back Pain Management Webinar
If you suffer from lower back pain, you are not alone. Low back pain is a leading contributor to missed days of work. Join Conifer PT for a FREE online educational webinar discussing low back pain management.
Physical Therapy Kelsey Brucks DPT will review common causes of low back pain, provide suggestions for how to improve your pain, and provide stretches and exercises you can try at home.
Thursday April 30th at 11am.
Neck Pain Management
Over 80% of the population experiences neck pain at one time or another. If you are one of those people, join us for a FREE online educational webinar discussing neck pain management.
Physical Therapist Ashley Carter will review common causes of neck pain, provide suggestions for how to improve your pain, and provide stretches/exercises you can try at home.
Tuesday April 14th at 12:30pm
Tuesday April 21st at 1pm
A FREE Tai Chi Program to Improve Immunity and Relieve Stress.
During Covid 19 Dr Paul Lam is sharing the Tai Chi for Rehabilitation program free to help people improve immunity and relieve stress. His classes can be found on youtube:
Tai Chi Classes
for better balance and mobility
Older adults and those with chronic health conditions often feel they must accept impaired balance and limited mobility, but this is simply not true. You can build strength, improve balance, and gain confidence in your mobility through slow, therapeutic movements based on Tai Chi.
Future Tai Chi class dates at Conifer PT will be determined once "stay at home" orders have lifted
Instructor: Terry Mitchell
Terry Mitchell began studying martial arts in the 1980s with PaSaRyu Master Kang Rhee in Memphis, where he also studied Tae Kwon Do with Grand Master Jung Ho Kim. In the years since he has studied other styles including Tae Kwon Do, Tang Soo Do, and Shotokan. In 1993 he began studying Tai Chi with Ben Lin in Atlanta, where he also studied Kung Fu and Tai Chi with Michael Reid. In 2019, he began studying Tai Chi with Holly Yang, continuing private study with Ms. Yang through the end of 2018. A lifelong weight lifter, Mr. Mitchell continues to work out regularly at age 66, including weight training, yoga, boxing, and other martial arts in addition to continuing his study of Tai Chi. He has a B.S. in Mathematics, and an M.S in Operations Research from Georgia Tech. He spent 23 years as a mathematician and technical writer with Lockheed Martin. He is also a professional guitarist, whose music can be heard on Pandora Internet Radio, and is a member of the American Federation of Musicians (Denver local 20-623) and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).
** Note: There are no belts or grades in Tai Chi.
Dates & info:
Tai Chi Lite Class
This shorter form eliminates the more difficult movements and mostly stays in one place.
45 min per class
$100 for 10 wk class or $15 per drop-in session
Saturdays 11:00 am - 11:45 am (10 wks - begins Sat Jan 18th and runs through Sat March 21th)
Full Tai Chi Class
This class will learn the entire 8 movement form
1 hr per class
$120 for 10 wk class or $18 per drop-in session
Saturdays 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (10 wks - begins Sat Jan 18th and runs through Sat March 21th)
Registration: Please call 303-838-7444 to save your spot.