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A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

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A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

ABHA logo

A Combined 73+ Years of Trusted Care

AZ Hearing - 602.466.1199
AZ Balance - 602.265.9000

Upcoming Events Hosted By Arizona Balance & Hearing Aids 

FREE Aural Rehabilitation Classes

Do you find yourself wondering what is actually going on with your hearing loss? Arizona Balance & Hearing Aids’ new and exclusive six week class is dedicated to teaching you about hearing loss and the different impacts it has on your life and the lives of your loved ones. During our six week session we’ll cover:
 
Week 1: About Hearing Loss
Week 2: Cognition
Week 3: Communication Strategies
Week 4: Hearing Devices
Week 5: Tinnitus
Week 6: Balance
*schedule subject to change

Stay tuned to find out when classes will begin. All classes will be held at our practice, located at
4004 N 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014

Seating is extremely, call us at 602.265.9000 to reserve your seat today.

NEW Tai Chi Classes for Balance!

Did you know Tai Chi helps improve balance by targeting all of the physical components needed to stay upright—leg strength, flexibility, range of motion, and reflexes—all of which tend to decline with age?
 
Stay tuned to find out when classes will begin. All classes will be held at our practice, located at
4004 N 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014
 
Call us today at 602.265.9000 to register and receive your first class FREE!
After that, classes are $5 each. View our class packages below.
 
Monthly Tai Chi Class Packages: 
The Curious Soul, 1 Class – $5
The Yin, 3 Classes – $12
The Yang, 6 Classes – $25
Chi Master, 10 Classes – $40
 
Bring a friend and you’ll both receive one free class.
  
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Meet Our Instructor, Mr. Wayne Kipple
“I was in the corporate life for 31 years and surely understand stress. I worked in 8 different countries in Asia and became interested in their arts, culture, and philosophy… especially Tai Chi.
 Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that, today, is practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow and focused manner accompanied by deep breathing. I truly have the desire to share my experiences with you in a kind and gentle way”
– Wayne Kipple