Tai Chi is a form of martial art using relaxed, gentle movement. It can be an effective healing tool for a range of disorders including anxiety, arthritis, diabetes, fatigue and heart disease. Evidence shows that Tai Chi can also help prevent falls by improving mobility, strength, flexibility, posture and balance.
During our weekly Tai Chi classes, participants will gradually learn a system of twelve basic movements. The program has been designed to be safe, comfortable and easy to learn and allows participants to work at their own pace.
|Parkdale||Tuesdays at 10.30am–12pm (Beginner)
Tuesdays at 2.30pm–4pm (Advanced)
|Clarinda||Thursdays at 10am – 11.30am (Beginner)|
|Chelsea||Wednesdays at 2:30pm – 4pm (Intermediate)
Thursdays at 11am – 12.30pm (Beginner)
Fridays at 11am – 12.30pm (Advanced)
$10 per session or $5 per session for Health Care Card and Pension Card holders.
This group activity is available to everyone, however priority access is given to Health Care and Pension Card holders.
Participants are required to fill in an enrolment form and a medical certificate is required in order to participate.
How can I join?
For inquiries and bookings, please phone 03 8587 0200