Classes start from Monday 20th May 2019 - 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm.
First two classes only £2.50. Then £5.50 on a pay as you go basis.
Meet outside the cafe adjacent to the restored conservatory at 1:15pm.
Set in the beautiful Cliffe Castle Park that surrounds Cliffe Castle Museum.
The park has some fine specimen trees, a newly restored water garden, conservatory, an aviary, and cafe.
|Tai Chi & Qigong at Cliffe Castle Park, Keighley.|
Led by Board Accredited instructor Helen Parsons and assisted by Val Preston. They teach Tai Chi for Health programmes created by Australian family physician Dr. Paul Lam. Dr Lam founded the Tai Chi for Health Institute in 2010.
Helen and Val look forward to welcoming new starters who'd like to give Tai Chi ago as well as participants from our other classes in Airedale and Craven.
Helen says, "Originally created as a martial art, Tai Chi today is practised for its health benefits as series of slow, continuous movements that build strength, improve balance, and promote deep relaxation."
Val says, "The great thing about Tai Chi is that age and ability is no barrier and more importantly, Tai Chi is a daily activity that I enjoy doing and would like other people to feel the same benefits I have."
Helen is an Occupational Therapist and has practised Tai Chi and Qigong over 10 years.
Val Preston runs her own business, Truly Essential Holistic & Beauty Therapist. She started learning Tai Chi for Health in 2017 and aims to become a certified instructor this year.
For more details phone 07528 959091
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