A Tai Chi Punch Line
Many health insurance companies are now subsidizing or covering the cost of Tai Chi and/or QiGong classes. Contact your carrier to find out if they do or ask them to if they do not.
Costs can vary widely. If you are a Wellness Director, the important thing to remember is that cheaper is not better.
If you get a cut rate Tai Chi program that few employees take advantage of, then you are not really saving your company any money.
If absenteeism or disciplinary problems decline or productivity increases after the introduction of a Tai Chi class at your company, then your company will profit in the long run.
It is therefore in your best interest to find a good Tai Chi instructor, one who is knowledgeable, approachable, and fun, who can connect daily work stresses to her Tai Chi instruction approach, and make their classes effective stress management sessions.
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