Tai Chi - Transition

Group Leader       Catriona McCue (07980 928899)  &   Billy McCallion

Instructor Jeanine Harkin

Location               Newton Wallacetown Church Hall

Day & Time Thursday 10.45 am


Dates for Session 2017/18

Last class before Christmas break 14th December 2017

Classes restart on 11th January 2018.

Keep checking this page for up-to-date information. 


We are delighted to welcome Catriona and Billy as the new group leaders of the Tai Chi Transition class.  

Already they have got to grips with their new role, but please be gentle with them until they get to know all your names.



 

  • Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese health exercise where the mind, the breath and the body work in unison.  This leads to a state of relaxation.  It is particularly suitable for older people as the movements are soft and slow.

  • Its health benefits are varied - reduction of stress, blood pressure and heart rate, increased flexibility and mobility in the joints, and improved balance, concentration, coordination and strength in the legs.

  • Slow, deep, abdominal breathing is encouraged, and the breath is coordinated with the movements of the exercise.

  • Each class consists of a short warm-up routine, followed by a demonstration and tuition of the Form (a sequence of 37 postures) and exercises, concluding with a cool down routine, leaving you in a state of physical and mental well-being.

  • Comfortable loose clothing should be worn, and flat shoes or trainers are recommended.







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