Tai Chi Qigong in the park
Free

Tai Chi Qigong in the park

Date & time
Wed 11 Nov 2020
8:30am to 9:30am
Add to Calendar 2020-11-11 08:30 2020-11-11 09:30 Australia/Brisbane Tai Chi Qigong in the park This dynamic activity is invigorating, works with both your body AND your mind, and will help you feel relaxed, refreshed and calm. Tai Chi is becoming recognised as the world's most beneficial health system. Rejuvenate your body and learn to create a tranquil mind. Join any week - all welcome! Wynnum Wading Pool Park, 173 Wynnum Esplanade, Wynnum
Age

All ages

Cost

Free

This dynamic activity is invigorating, works with both your body AND your mind, and will help you feel relaxed, refreshed and calm. Tai Chi is becoming recognised as the world's most beneficial health system. Rejuvenate your body and learn to create a tranquil mind. Join any week - all welcome!

Bookings

No bookings required. For more information visit Australian Academy of Tai Chi or phone Paul on 0415 335 063.

Meeting point

Meet near the car park, off Florence Street.

Venue

Wynnum Wading Pool Park, 173 Wynnum Esplanade, Wynnum

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