If you would you like to improve your physical fitness with an exercise routine that isn’t too rigid, check out the Tai Chi School of Gentle Exercise in Kenmore, where first-timers can enjoy their introductory Tai Chi class for free.
Tai Chi was once an ancient Martial Arts defense training. Today, however, it has been adopted as an exercise routine involving deep breathing and slow movements because of its proven physical mental benefits.
This exercise works against headaches, insomnia, arthritis, back problems, and high blood pressure, among other conditions. It’s also a stress buster and may boost the immune system.
New classes will start at the Tai Chi School of Gentle Exercise on Friday, the 23rd of August 2019, at the Holy Spirit Anglican Church Hall at 1036 Moggill Road. The session at the upper hall will start at 12:30 p.m. Be there in your most comfortable workout clothes a few minutes earlier to sign up and prepare for the class.
The whole course lasts for eight weeks and comes with a free DVD instruction so you can also practice and master Tai Chi relaxation techniques at home.
Tai Chi School of Gentle Exercise has been around since 1983 and has accredited instructors led by Glenn Blythe.
“For the ninety percent of people who have never done Tai Chi that join, I slowly teach the basics such as Joint Alignment, Posture and Spinal Alignment and how this creates movement without placing stress on the joints,” Mr Blythe said.
For more details about the classes, phone 3883-1508.