Thanks to everyone for your patience last term when I wasn’t well. I would have much preferred to be playing tai chi, but none of you would have appreciated me sharing my virus – even if I had been capable of being there. Term 4 begins soon.
Are you or someone you care about living with cancer? As part of the Cancer Council WA Life Now programs, we would like to invite you to take part in our free introductory tai chi classes. When: Tuesdays starting 22nd October 2019Time: 9.00am – 10.00am (six week program)Where: Wanneroo Recreation…
In the past few days, after the required nomination process, myself and another Perth instructor have been welcomed by Dr Lam as TCHI Senior Trainers for WA. I feel a little overwhelmed by the speed by which my nomination progressed, but becoming a Senior Trainer is something I’ve been considering for a couple of years and I finally decided to apply earlier this year.
Term three at Deb’s Tai Chi for Health starts in a couple of days, on Monday, July 22nd.
There will be some changes this term and it’s the perfect time to begin or continue your tai chi journey.
It’s taken me a while to sort through the photos and get this post written due in large part to having my laptop crash and, despite all attempts to restore it, having to buy and set up a new one. So, apologies to all for the delays. This year about…
*World Tai Chi Day 2019 - meet at Greenfields Park in Wanneroo at 9:45am this Saturday, April 27th.
*New Seated Tai Chi for Arthritis class – begins on Monday 29th April at 11:45am, at Wanneroo Recreation Centre. Bookings Essential.
*Lapel Pins now available – badges for sale on World Tai Chi Day and in class for $6 each
*Term 2 dates – most classes begin next week.
We had a great time at our tai chi end-of-year break-up party. Good friends, great conversation, and a beautiful environment.