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Tai Chi – Wanneroo

Deb runs three classes on Monday’s at the Wanneroo Recreation Centre.

The form I’m teaching in this class is Tai Chi for Arthritis. This form incorporates modified Sun Style movements and is a great form for anyone just beginning their tai chi journey, whether they have arthritis or not.  Open to new participants, this class is also open to seated participants. The modified seated version of Tai Chi for Arthritis can be enjoyed by anyone wishing to practice Tai Chi sitting down. People with almost any chronic condition can learn to improve their health and mobility. This safe easy-to-learn program relieves pain and improves health and quality of life.  There is no requirement for participants to have arthritis to participate in this class.

  • 9:15am-10:15am (Level 2) Must have experience with Yang Forms
  • 10:30am-11:30am* (Level 1) Must have experience with Tai Chi for Arthritis
  • 11:45am-12:45pm* (Seated and Standing Beginners) No prior tai chi knowledge expected.

$8 per session – bookings essential.

Contact Deb for further information and to register.

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