Kristin Dietsche Teaches Relaxing Tai Chi & Healing Movement

for Mind-Body Wellness

to Beginners & People of All Abilities

discover the power of slow


Community Classes & Programs

Tai Chi Flow | No class until further notice

Mason United Methodist Church

6315 Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH 45040

Wednesdays, 1:30 PM    

Drop in anytime for a relaxed neighborhood class for people of all abilities. No experience necessary. Class can be taken seated or standing, or a bit of both. Leave relaxed and renewed no matter what your fitness level. Donation. 

Tai Chi Flow | Start Anytime!

Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church

5950 Montgomery Rd  | Cincinnati, OH

(513) 279-8671

Mixed Level Mondays @11 AM

Beginners are welcome to join participants with some experience of Tai Chi for Arthritis to learn this healing sequence of graceful movement that builds memory and balance.  No registration. Just drop in. Donation (no class Martin Luther King Day or Presidents' Day)

Tai Chi Flow | Easy to Join 


The Marielders

6923 Madisonville Rd | Mariemont, OH


10:00 - 10:45 AM

Registration: (513)271-5588

Part of the Mindfulness Maintenance Program

Join this relaxing class for health and balance. Please call Marielders for registration and Information  (513)271-5588

There are still spaces in Friday Beginner class

Beginner Tai Chi 


Anderson Park District

Juilfs Park Office

8249 Clough Pike, Cincinnati OH


11:00 AM- 12:00 PM

(2 6-week sessions)

Start learning the Tai Chi for Arthritis sequence, clinically proven to improve balance, strength, and mental focus. . These classes fill quickly. Register now.

Continuing Tai Chi for Health


10:00 AM- 11:00 PM

(2 6-week sessions)

Participants who have taken two or more sessions can continue into Part 2 of the Tai Chi for Arthritis sequence.

Register between December 6 and January 2.


Senior Living

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Tai Chi Flow is perfect for Senior Living. It's so easy to drop into any class and start feeling the benefits.


Everyone wants to improve balance! Harvard Medical School says that tai chi is the very best for balance.  Plus it's the most fun. More and more doctors and physical therapists are recommending Tai Chi classes to their patients for balance, flexibility, and fitness. Tai Chi Flow offered where you live makes it so easy to get started.

Find Tai Chi Flow on the schedule at these Cincinnati area residences:

Participants Say...

I have been attending Kristin's Tai Chi classes at Marjorie P Lee for about a year now.  My ability to get back to sleep during the night been vastly improved. Of even greater importance to me is that the improved ability to integrate mind with body has enabled my piano jazz playing to become even more free and fun.  It is an understatement to say that Kristin and tai chi have improved my life. 
- Chris Neely, Marjorie P Lee
I had no idea I would enjoy my tai chi class with Kristin as much as I have, and am ready to start a third session of six classes. The fundamentals have begun to sink in and I recognize that the slowness of it all is such a big part of its appeal! Why am I sticking with it? Because I feel it has improved my balance and general well-being. I see the beauty of the forms that are simple but not easy. I have great respect for Kristin's clear and caring teaching style. She makes class fun  and exciting
- Cindy Browne, Anderson RecPlex
Kristin’s Tai Chi Flow class offers just the right combination of challenge and relaxation.
Kristin is an excellent guide into the mind/body aspect of Tai Chi, allowing me to quickly feel centered and ready to get the most out of the class.
-Kate Kern, Brazee Studios


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