41 days ago

Tai Chi for Joy Class restarting from the 8th of June, Monday

Sandy from Aidanfield

Tai Chi for Joy Class restarting from the 8th of June, Monday
Welcome to try your first class for FREE!
Guided by experienced Chinese teacher, Sandy Jiang, an accredited provider of the Strength and Balance Programme

Improving balance, posture, memory, flexibility, energy, immune system, relaxation, and well-being and proven to prevent falls, protecting bones and joints.

Free 1st visit: Come and try the graceful Tai Chi movements
~ the combination of yoga, gentle stretching, energy healing and meditation ~

Venue: Halswell Community Hall, 450 Halswell Road, Christchurch

Time: Mondays, 8 classes a term
Classes re-start from 8 June

Beginners: 1~ 2 pm
$72 per term ($9) or $11 casual,
$56 per term ($7) or $9 casual for Community Service card or SuperGold card holders

Experienced: 1 ~ 2:30 pm
$104 per term ($13) or $15 casual,
$88 per term ($11) or $13 casual for Community Service card or SuperGold card holders

Contact your Tai Chi teacher: Sandy Jiang 03 260-125, sandyjsky@gmail.com

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I have another 4 Qigong/Tai Chi classes in my own studio, 19 templetons Road, Hillmorton, Christchurch.
The classes will start from the 10th Wed. and 11th Thu. of June. The classes in my studio are booking essential because the space is limited.

Wed.
10 ~ 11:45 am Qigong
7 ~ 8:45 pm Tai Chi / Qigong

Thu.
1 ~ 2:45 pm Qigong
7~ 8:45 pm Qigong

$17 casual visit
$75 (5 weeks left in term 2) This is because of the Covid-19, we didn’t start in the beginning of the term 2. Normally one term is 10 weeks. I use school term for the classes in my studio.

FREE 1st visit
Qigong books and CDs available for your better improvement

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