Tao Healing Center Opens in Chandler

The new Tao Healing Center is a place to experience holistic learning, spiritual awakening and balanced living. Based on the ancient wisdom of Tao, the Healing Center’s practices help people to activate their body's natural healing power and create a balanced lifestyle by cultivating their inner power and wisdom.

The Tao Healing Center provides classes, workshops and personal guidance that teach many techniques to relieve stress, quiet the mind and to increase energy.

The regular fee-based classes include diverse modalities such as Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong, and other practices for breathing and meditation. Workshops are also available to reinforce the Tao principles and to offer more advanced training.

As a 501(3)c non-profit organization, the Tao Healing Center has weekly donation-based classes that are open to the community. These include Tao living meditation courses to learn the power of awareness in daily routines, energy healing courses where people can learn to apply the principles of Tao to heal themselves and others, and Tai Chi classes for children.

Personal guidance is offered to create a customized coaching program for those who have specific needs and goals.

Location: 1840 W. Chandler Blvd., Ste. D-7, Chandler. For more information, call 480-786-6000 or visit TaoHealingCenters.com.

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