43 days ago

Tai Chi Thanks & Holiday Break

Andrew from Birchville

Big thanks to everyone who has supported the Tai Chi Classes at we started at St.Hilda's Church, Cruickshank Road, Clouston Park, this year. The final Tuesday evening class for 2019 will take place from 7pm - 8pm on Tuesday 17th December. Afterwards we are going for a social. Anyone who has attended my Tai Chi classes this year is welcome to join us. To find out where we are going, just come to the last class of the year! The first Tai Chi class of next year will take place 7pm - 8pm Tuesday 14th January 2020. If you have done Tai Chi before, then come along for some fun. If you haven't done Tai Chi before, then new year is a great time to start!
Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Happy New Year.

Strength ~ Unity ~ Humility, From the Heart (The Tai Chi Salute)
Andrew

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