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OHAI - Tai Chi-A-Thon 2022

  • Categories: Adult, Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, Senior Health

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  • Event Type:Community Event
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Tai Chi A Thon 2022

7,000 seniors will be hospitalized this year due to a fall – Please join us in bring awareness to falls prevention and senior health.

The annual Tai Chi-A-Thon will be offered in-person for 2022. This event will bring you the opportunity to meet all of our instructors and allow you to experience many different styles and techniques of Tai Chi while learning about falls prevention. To help ensure the health and safety of our participants and staff, we will be observing OU Health public health policies for COVID-19.

When: Friday, September 23, 2022, 9 A.M. - NOON

  • Check in Registration and Packet Pickup begins at 8:30 a.m. Registration is free.

  • Pre-register by Aug. 19 to purchase an event shirt for $20. You can pick up your shirt at the event.

  • Walk-in registrations are welcome, but T-shirts will not be available for purchase for walk-in registrants.

Register Today!

EVENT LOCATIONS

Catoosa Public Library
105 E. Oaks St.
Catoosa, OK
NE OHAI (918) 660-3170

Ron Cross Senior Activity Center
1421 Chuckwa Drive
Durant, OK
SE OHAI (580) 745-9477

Legacy Park
1898 Legacy Park Drive
Norman, OK
Central OHAI (405) 271-2290

First Presbyterian Church
502 W. Maine Street
Enid, OK
NW OHAI (580) 297-5137
 

Contact Information:

Regional OHAI Office

Registration
  • Price: Free
  • Registration Instructions: Register Today!

    • Call your regional OHAI Office or (855)227-5928 for information or registration assistance.
    • If you will not be able to attend your local event in person to pick up your shirt, you may pay a $5 shipping fee to have the shirt mailed to your home.


    The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative is a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Section of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. We are committed to enhancing the health and quality of life of older Oklahomans and their caregivers. One area of focus is on helping to reduce the number of falls in older Oklahomans by increasing the awareness and education of falls prevention. Our health care and aging expertise, informative classes, workshops and professional trainings enable us to give back to those who have given so much.

    The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. www.ou.edu/eoo

    OHAI, 1122 NE 13th St., ORB 1200, OKC, OK 73117

Event Coordinator
Regional OHAI Office OHAI@OUHSC.edu Phone: (855) 227-5928