Tai Chi and Qigong for balance, stability and healthy ageing

Tai Chi and Qigong for balance, stability and healthy ageing

Date & time
Wed 5 Feb 2020
9:30am to 10:30am
Add to Calendar 2020-02-05 09:30 2020-02-05 10:30 Australia/Brisbane Tai Chi and Qigong for balance, stability and healthy ageing Good balance requires mental and physical fitness. This proven falls-prevention program is adapted for all levels of ability. A dynamic mind and body activity to invigorate and help you feel relaxed, refreshed and calm. This is a GOLD event suitable for seniors. Moora Park, 65 Park Parade, Shorncliffe
Age

Seniors

Cost

$5

Good balance requires mental and physical fitness. This proven falls-prevention program is adapted for all levels of ability. A dynamic mind and body activity to invigorate and help you feel relaxed, refreshed and calm.

This is a GOLD event suitable for seniors.

Bookings

Not required. For more information visit the Australian Academy of Tai Chi and Qigong or phone Jan on 0414 569 492.

Meeting point

Meet at the shelter at the end of the car park at Lower Moora Park.

Venue

Moora Park, 65 Park Parade, Shorncliffe

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