Tai Chi Group
Tai Chi is recognised as a form of structured movement and meditation that can be beneficial in promoting self awareness, improving balance, maintaining flexibility and in falls prevention.
It is now being used within the NHS in rehabilitation after accidents or surgery and is also being used in promoting long term health, mental wellbeing, in schools and in work situations to relieve stress.
More than these – it is fun, relaxing and “a work-out”!
The Tai Chi Group meets weekly on Tuesday afternoons at 14.00hrs atYouth & Community CentreWoodwaysHaddenham
If you wish to join the group, contact the organiser first, in case of any variations in the meeting dates.
£1 - 2.00 per session, depending on numbers attending, to cover costs of hiring the venue
|Tai Chi||6 Feb 2018||14.00 hrs||Youth & Community Centre, Woodways, Haddenham|
postponed until further notice
Mike Moore was discharged from hospital on Wednesday 14 February after his gall bladder operation. His convalescence is likely to take some time.
Tai Chi will be postponed until further notice, but it will be at least until after the Easter break.
See check with the website for further news.
Tai Chi Group Meetings
New members are always welcome but I would suggest checking with me (Mike) on 07866 425227 before turning up as I may have some other dates that I cannot get there due to circumstances that may arise at short notice. I will email or telephone regular group members should this arise suddenly
New group members welcomed. Please contact Mike Moore 01844 290258 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining the Group
If you wish to join us, please contact:
Mike Moore on 01844 290258 or email@example.com