30 days ago

Beginners Tai Chi Class

Sandy from Aidanfield

Beginners Tai Chi Classes of Blue Sky Qigong Studio
Starting 29 Jan 2020, Wed, 7-8:45 pm ~ FREE 1st visit ~

Welcome to attend the class and try the gentle flowing movement next week.
Your first visit is free.
If you enjoy the class, then pay from the following week.

Please read the attached healing stories from Sandy’s students.

Guided by experienced Chinese teacher, Sandy Jiang, an accredited provider of the Strength and Balance Programme

Venue: 19 Templetons Road, Aidanfield/Hillmorton

Tai Chi is an internal martial art, which means using internal Qi (energy) to perform the movement. Therefore Tai Chi is Qigong (exercise with energy), and also martial art.

Tai Chi promotes centering and harmony – a blending of the inner and outer, the mind and body, feminine and masculine.

Regular practice creates more strength, flexibility, balance, grace, will power, energy, serenity and well-being.

The class is broken up with Qigong theory and sort meditation.

When: school term
Wed. Class 7-8:45 pm
Class fee:$17 casual or $165 for term (11 weeks a term)
Tai Chi DVD: $35
Total: $200

Booking essential
Contact your Tai Chi teacher, Sandy (sandyjsky@gmail.com or 2601256) to secure a spot.

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