05/02/2020

SPECIAL: Try Tai Chi in Oxford $5

Mantak Chia (front above) is the originator

of this Tai Chi form

SPECIAL: Wednesday 5th Feb at 6.30pm class for $5 in the Jaycee Hall, Oxford.
Tai Chi is for anyone who wants to move with greater strength, grace, and ease.
Active your metabolism with these gentle movements.

Limited space. Book early to reserve your spot.

Stanford University: “ ….. Dr. Mortimer said that Tai Chi, which has been described as a type of moving meditation, requires continuous and sustained attention to maintain posture.
The higher level of intellectual involvement in this activity in comparison to walking around a circular course may have been a factor in leading to the disparity of the two groups’ result.
This result is consistent with early research conducted by Stanford University, which shows that regular aerobic exercise does not provide the same benefits as Tai Chi to combat memory loss….”

In Tai Chi the whole body is flowing and relaxed while moving. Through the natural, unrestricted postures the meridians (energy channels) open more, so the life force "Qi" can circulate freely and then multiply. This is the basis of vitality, health and joy of life. With daily practice your body will become smooth, conscious and your movements graceful.
In the upcoming week Wednesday 12th February at 6.30pm the weekly class starts (one hour duration) - 7 weeks
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