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Osher Clinical Center Classes

Upcoming Courses

Tai Chi For The Mind and Body

This practical introductory workshop is designed for beginners of all ages and stages of health. Participants will practice a simplified and easy to learn Tai Chi training program as outlined in the Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi (authored by Dr. Wayne, the workshop leader)

Time: Saturday, May 1, 2021 - 9:00AM to 2:00PM (includes 30 minute lunch break)
Cost: $150
Venue: Zoom

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Mindful Stress Management:
A 3-Session Virtual Introductory Course

In this 3-session educational course participants learned how to apply mindfulness techniques to help manage stress and improve well-being.

Time: May 10 - May 24, 2021 Mondays 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Cost: $150
Venue: Zoom

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Past Courses

Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMART)
A Mind Body Program for Health & Resiliency

This 8-week program will help you develop self-care tools to manage your stress, reduce medical symptoms and enhance your quality of life.

Tai Chi for Stress Management and heart health
An Introductory Virtual Workshop

This introductory workshop provided experiential sessions complemented by presentations that summarized clinical and physiological research on the health benefits of Tai Chi.

Mindful Stress Management:
A 3-Session Virtual Introductory Course

In this 3-session educational course participants learned how to apply mindfulness techniques to help manage stress and improve well-being.

Introduction to Mindfulness Workshop

This half-day workshop provided participants with an introduction to mindfulness and its benefits. Participants learned about and practiced a variety of mindfulness activities to help manage everyday stressors and improve well-being.

Tai Chi for Strong Bones and Balance, Healthy Hearts, and Sharp Minds:
A One-Day Introductory Workshop

In this practical introductory workshop designed for beginners of all ages and stages of health, participants will learn a simplified and easy to learn Tai Chi training program as outlined in the Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi (authored by Dr. Wayne, the workshop leader).

Tai Chi for Parkinson's Disease: 12 week course

New research suggests Tai Chi may have important benefits for individuals with Parkinson's disease. The class is designed for people who are able to stand for the 60-minute program.

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