Tai Chi for Health Institute / Heather Chalon, MPH
Heather Chalon, MPH, provides classes and instructor workshops in Tai Chi and Qigong throughout the Southwest, including Flagstaff, AZ.
A passion for natural health
Highlights: I offer a consciousness based program including movement, breath, sound, meditation, diet, and lifestyle choices. 25+ Years experience in Taoist Arts; Masters Degree Public Health; Master Trainer Tai Chi for Health Institute, Active Member Tai Chi for Health Community; Expert Practitioner and Instructor of Traditional Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan; Senior Instructor Healing Tao Instructors Association, Certified Instructor – Universal Healing Tao System, Qigong, Nei Gong, Taoist Meditation, Tao Yin (Taoist yoga), Iron Shirt/Golden Body.
As a holistic health advocate, offering programs inspiring community of well-being, I incorporate ancient traditions melded with modern science as a foundation to my education format. The purpose of what I do is to transmit a wisdom-body of knowledge, providing world-class training in self care, self growth, whole-life tools through qigong, authentic t’ai chi, and tao yoga. My depth of experience has helped stroke, and cancer survivors, post-surgery recovery, rheumatoid patients, children and adults of various circumstances to regain, replenish, and maintain their natural health and vitality.
I am a consultant to health services organizations, including Arizona Department of Health Services, leading a pilot program in Tai Chi for Fall Prevention by training health educators across the State to deliver safe, effective, fun tai chi for health classes using Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention system. Employers engage me for worksite wellness – relaxation, rejuvenation, inspiration, creativity, team building, and more. School and youth camp directors engage me for programs that inspire young people to BE who they are naturally, playful, loving, kind, courageous, confident, wise, curious, creative. Senior living communities engage me for supporting people to maintain/improve balance, mobility, immune system, pain management, restful sleep, socialization.