Tai Chi Classes

When:

Sat 18 Aug 2018, 9:00am–10:30am
Sun 19 Aug 2018, 9:00am–10:30am
Sat 25 Aug 2018, 9:00am–10:30am
Sun 26 Aug 2018, 9:00am–10:30am

Where: Dunedin Chinese Garden, Cnr Rattray & Cumberland Streets, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: hayyinghao

Tai Chi classes: With experienced qualified coach Master Haogui Chen, the winner of a number of Tai chi competitions in China, and is the successor of the 13th generation of Chen's Tai chi.

Dunedin Chinese Garden main entrance square (*Weather permitting).

Tai Chi classes schedule:
Saturday, 9am-10:30am: Yang's Tai Chi 24 Movements - Beginners
Sunday, 9am-10:30am: Combination of 42 Movements - Beginners (combined from Yang, Chen, Wu and Sun styles Tai Chi)
Sunday, 10:30am-11:30am: Tai Chi fan

$2 donation at each class.

Haogui also does private lessons during the week.
Please email - hay.yinghao@gmail.com to arrange.

Tai Chi is body exercise combination of awareness, Qi (breathing) and strength. It is suitable for young and old and is extremely beneficial for seniors. It is a good physical treatment for less-healthy people. For healthy people, it will help avoid health problem in the future.

Through Tai Chi training, we can enhance awareness of our body, strengthen and protect against infection and ageing and achieve peace of mind.

The gentle movement of Tai Chi increases muscular strength, flexibility and fitness, while also improving balance, immunity and relaxation of mind and body.

Tai Chi is also beneficial for cervical spondylosis, cervical hypertrophy, spine strain, high blood pressure, endurance, constipation, endocrine disorder, rhinitis, asthma, pharyngitis, respiratory disease, aerobic capacity, stress relief, various rheumatoid,osteoporosis heart disease, eye diseases, kidney disease, lung disease, arthritis, diabetes and other chronic diseases.

Come along for a look, have a try and experience the unique benefits of Tai Chi.

*When doing Tai Chi please wear loose fitting pants (tight pants, jeans etc impede extended postures) and flat bottom shoes (thin soles are best), in order to achieve correct postures and avoid injury and discomfort.

Email: hay.yinghao@gmail.com

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