As I’ve had a few people contact me regarding the return to classes, this is a current update on our progress towards that end. At this stage I’m considering a possible start for tai chi classes in Mid-July, depending on the status of the virus in the community and on access…
With a heavy heart, I’ve decided to temporarily cancel all tai chi classes until the beginning of term 2 as part of the effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19. As we get closer to the end of April I’ll be re-evaluating, depending on the status of the virus, but I think this…
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.
*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.