33 days ago

Free Tai Chi / Qigong Introduction Workshop

Sandy from Aidanfield

FREE Tai Chi / Qigong Introduction Workshop
Guided by experienced Chinese teacher, Sandy Jiang, an accredited provider of the Strength and Balance Programme

Come and Experience Gentle, Flowing Meditative Movements
With Energy Healing

Tai Chi Workshop: Wed, 22 Jan, 7 - 8:45 pm
Qigong Workshop: Wed, 22 Jan or Thu, 23 Jan 1-2:45 pm

Blue Sky Qigong Studio
Professional and partly mirrored studio
19 Templetons Road, Aidanfield, Christchurch
Booking essential
Register now with Sandy: sandyjsky@gmail.com, 03 2601256

Balance, Strength, Posture, Flexibility, Relaxation, Calmness, Joy & Well-being

Qigong is the foundation to Tai Chi. It is relatively simpler than Tai Chi and has more healing than Ti Chi.

Qigong is the practice of moving meditation, using the body, mind, breath, sound vibrations and Qi (energy) to initiate positive transformation within the body, mind and spirit.

Regular practice can improve your health, immune system, spine, pelvic floor muscles, core strength, serenity, relaxation and inner joy.

Beginners classes start 29 Jan Wed. and 30 Jan Thu. (school term).

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19 days ago

The first Readers Tour in 2020 is...

The Team from Readers Tours

The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit www.readerstours.co.nz... to find out more or call us on 0800 080 099.

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1 day ago

Senior groups

Carolyn from Upper Riccarton

Hi is there anyone from the Church Cnr Riccarton area that has joined a group called CHIRPY if so are you able to give me information, they advertise on F/B a lot but information is sketchy about the group. Thank you.

4 hours ago

Bus patronage decreasing as Environment Canterbury moots 9.8 per cent rates rise

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Canterbury authorities have dropped their goal of 20 million annual bus trips by 2020 as public transport use declines in Christchurch.

The service, run by regional council Environment Canterbury (ECan), is to be overhauled in a plan that will contribute to a planned 9.8 per cent rates increase – almost double what was previously forecast.

Read more here and tell us what you think of ECan's plan in the comments below.

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