Renae Covey, Tai Chi for Health Instructor. Her accreditation is Tai Chi for Arthritis, Diabetes, Yang And Qi Gong.
Renae has been instructing very successful classes for quite some time and is hoping to restore people’s health and vitality with this slow and steady form of gentle exercise.
Tai Chi originated in ancient China and is an effective exercise for health and wellbeing. It is a series of gentle, graceful movements designed to exercise the body and clear the mind. Studies have shown that practicing Tai Chi improves balance. Other benefits claimed for Tai Chi include better mood, with lower levels of stress and anxiety.
Tai Chi exercises every muscle and tendon in the body gently while not increasing the heart rate. It is said that these slow exercises, by inducing relaxation into the heart and blood vessels increases the capacity of the heart and lungs to take more blood around the body. Thus more cells of the body get more life-giving oxygen, enabling them to live longer in a healthier state.
All ladies and gents are enjoying their classes and any new members are always welcome.
The ancient practice of Tai Chi is clinically proven to be one of the most effective exercises to improve health, wellness, fitness and relaxation.
ADVANCED TAI CHI
We have all brushing up on Lotus, 8 Pieces of Brocade and Diabetes this month. Have now progressed to Movement 20 in Yang 24, it has certainly been a challenging form of Tai Chi for all involved.
Tai Chi is a form of exercise that incorporates gentle movements and deep breathing. Practicing Tai Chi may help to relieve stress. The slow movements of Tai Chi don’t require great physical strength, and the exercise can be easily adapted to your own abilities.
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There are two groups of beginners as this is such a popular activity. Everyone is enjoying the
classes. Beginner Tai Chi is at 53 Gregory Street on Thursday mornings 9.15-10.00 am.& 10.30 – 11.15 am Tai Chi is a slow form of exercise and very good for the brain as well for your breathing. Every week we are learning something new in the way of slow movement and concentration. Great to see so many members attending.
NB – The webpage only allows 8 items per day on the Calendar therefore the second class does not show up on the Calendar as there are so many activities on Thursdays
If you would like to join the Tai Chi Group or would like to talk to someone about it, please send us a message on our Contact Page