Seated Tai Chi and Qigong

Seated Tai Chi and Qigong : A Gentle Path to Better Health
Join this class to experience a renewed sense of energy, balance and reduce fall risk.

Research shows that Tai Chi and Qigong enhances flexibility, boosts the immune system, improves sleep and coordination, boosts happiness and self-esteem, increases strength, improves your posture, improves cardiovascular endurance, enhances concentration, and offers many other benefits.

The class consists of breathing exercises to promote relaxation, warm-up exercises to relieve tension, and the introduction and practice of Tai Chi and Qigong form. 

Each week, we will review the previous movements and learn a new one, covering a total of Tai Chi and Qigong forms by the end of the course. All these movements and exercises can be performed while seated, making it ideal for those looking to improve their mobility and overall wellness.

🌟 Date: Wednesday
🕒 Time: 12:15-13:15
🏛️ Location and organised by Tuggeranong Senior Centre, 101 Cowlishaw St, Greenway ACT 2900
(You can look for by google Maps)
Parking - Venues has a very good parking place for everyone.
💰 Investment: Registrations are essential by contact Janelle or call 📞 0262934004
Day - Wednesdays
Time - coming soon, around 10-10:15
Venue - 18 Carinya St, Queanbeyan NSW 2620,Italian Community Home
* Parking - Venues has a very good parking place for everyone.
* Booking - send your booking email to Tunde to account you in.
If you know people who needs it Feel free to share this information with your circle and please forward them to me. Thank you

Meet Your Instructor
Hello, I’m Tunde, a certified Advanced Instructor Level 3 with the International Taiji & Qigong Federation (ITQF). I’ve been practicing Tai Chi since 2010 and teaching since 2014.

Your health is important. Come, learn, and enjoy our sessions.
You will benefit even more from this program when you visit regularly, experiencing greater improvements in your health and well-being each week.
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