Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre
Thornton Room

Tuesdays 9.30 am for an hour.
4 week session $60
6th - 27th June 2017

TO ENROL
please transfer fee with your name in the reference field
Bank details: St George Bank   Account:  Refocus Tai Chi
       BSB:     112 879       A/C  No.:     473 269 691 
   
Be quick, LIMITED PLACES for this short course!

Tai Chi exercise for mind & body.
Relaxation, gathering energy,  improving circulation & balance are some of the benefits.

Everyone can do it to improve balance, fitness, general health and wellbeing.       No experience necessary.
All levels of fitness and all ages welcome.
Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes.
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Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre
16 Fitzroy St, Kirribilli
Phone: 9922 4428
www.kirribilli.org.au


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Attention Sydney Baby Boomers.......
Enjoying regular exercise is essential for good health.
We all want to get the most out of life.... Our interests vary.... walking, travel, sports, gardening.... Whatever we do, good health enables us to enjoy it more.


'Tai Chi for Arthritis'
This program developed by Dr Paul Lam is particularly suitable for Arthritis sufferers, but it's easy to learn and everyone can do it to improve balance, fitness, breathing, general health and wellbeing.
                        email; judy@refocustaichi.com.au
 
 
 
 
Seniors' Health & Wellbeing.......

Retirement Resorts

Most quality retirement resorts provide residents with opportunities to join group exercise activities at affordable prices and find that our 'Tai Chi for Arthritis' sessions appeal to those who enjoy gentle physical exercise, mental stimulation and a positive feeling of wellbeing. 
Sessions currently available in Sydney metropolitan area and NSW Central Coast.

 
Seated Tai Chi
Participants who lack the stamina to stand enjoy the exercise seated and gain great benefits from visualizing the movements, improving breathing and posture.

 
"Our instructors are aware that exercise shouldn't be a chore.
Yes, good health is serious business but it can be fun too."
Judy Stone-Herbert
Principal Instructor
 
 
 
 
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