Tai Chi by Webinar
17 April to 22 May 2020 (6 classes)
Tai Chi is a centuries-old mind-body practice that involves performing sequences of slow, flowing motions. It's usually done standing, but many of the movements can also be done while sitting.
This six-week program is presented by Josephine Couper from Harmony Tai Chi. Josephine began the study and practise of Tai Chi & Qi Gong over 20 years ago. Josephine also competes in the Wushu Tai Chi Qi Gong Australia (WTQA) annual competition, where she has won gold, silver and bronze medals. Josephine has been registered as a teacher with the WTQA for last 7 years. She loves sharing the many benefits of Tai Chi and Qi Gong with others.
This program is suitable for beginners and those wishing to improve their balance and strengthen muscle tone in a gentle and relaxing way.
Sessions will run from 1.00pm - 1.45pm on:
Friday 17 April
Friday 24 April
Friday 1 May
Friday 8 May
Friday 15 May
Friday 22 May
The benefits of Tai Chi for people living with multiple sclerosis:
Promotes relaxation and wellbeing
Promotes circulation with gentle movement
Improves balance and strength
Increased range of motion in the choulders, spine and hips
Improves concentration and coordination
$60 for the 6-week program
If the cost is prohibitive, we have a number of bursaries to cover the cost which will enable you to participate without any expense to you, please email email@example.com to enquire about the available bursaries.
This series is run by webinar so you can do it in the comfort of your own home. You will need a computer and internet connection.
Education Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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