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ICHS patients and non-ICHS patients 5+ can walk in to clinic pharmacies in International District, Holly Park and Shoreline (availability based on limited supply) Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. ICHS patients can also call 206.788.3700 to make an appointment.


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ICHS Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance

ICHS Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance

ICHS Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance

Tai Ji Quan Moving for Better Balance ICHS

We are accepting new participants. To register and for more information please call Yihua Zhou, ICHS Program Specialist at (206) 462-0934.

The International Community Health Services (ICHS) offers Tai Ji Quan: Moving For Better Balance® program.

Join us to improve your balance through participating in an evidence-based, adapted Tai Ji Quan program.


  • Improving muscle strength, balance, flexibility, and mobility
  • Reducing risk of falls

Date/Time: 2 times per week, for 24 weeks

Format: Remote class on Zoom

Attire: Wear comfortable, cotton exercise clothing and exercise shoes

Cost: Free; ICHS will provide the equipment (iPad) and technology support to participate

Instructor: Andrea

Prerequisites: Age 55 and above

To Register and for more Information: Please call Ava Zhou, ICHS Program Specialist, at (206) 462-0934







日期/时间具体时间待定 每周两课时,为期24个星期。

形式 Zoom 远程课堂

衣着建议穿着舒适的棉质运动服, 运动鞋

费用免费, 并提供设备 (iPad) 和技术支持



注册咨询电话请联系 Ava小姐 206-462-0934 索取资料

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803 S Lane St
Seattle, WA 98104
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Read the News Story about ICHS' Tai Ji Quan

"A visitor may mistake it as an exercise class, but the Moving for Better Balance program is much more than that..."

Tai Ji Quan students in class at ICHS

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