Tai Chi Cape Breton is growing strong – will you join us?!

Created in 2011, this program will be entering its 5th year of fitness and health success for the island. Steeped in the traditions of Chinese Medicine and Movement, Tai Chi has a rich history in opening up the joints and tissue in the body for more ease of movement, for building strength in muscle and bone mass, for improving circulation and lymphatic drainage, for opening the lungs for better breathing, for realigning the spine for better movement and nerve health. Overall, this program covers it all, and in a fun and informative way.

Following the teachings of Master Moy Lin Shin, Michelle teaches the 108 Movement Set, as well as the Loh Kup Set and the Sitting Form Set. Always in tune to the needs of her class, Michelle brings her knowledge of the body to each movement and assists her students to find the best way to move with their body and make changes for more energy and vitality.

Tai Chi Cape Breton follows the teachings of Master Moy to provide the program to all at a minimal cost. Michelle is a volunteer for the group and works to bring the program to as many as possible regardless of age, ability and means. If you would like to give Tai Chi a try, beginners are always welcome. January would be a great time to start!

Mondays: Belle Cote Community Hall 10:00 – 11:30 am (back at it January 4th)
Wednesdays: Judique Community Hall 6:30 – 8:00 pm (back at it January 6th)
Thursdays: Mabou – St Joseph’s Renewal Center 7:00 – 8:30 pm (back at it January 7th)
Saturdays: Port Hawkesbury Civic Center Dance Studio 12:30 – 2:00 Tai Chi, 2:00 – 2:30 Loh Kup (back at it January 9th)

Cost: Monies are collected in 4 month rotations. January to April will be $45 for Seniors 55 yrs and older and Students, $90 for Adults working and under 55 yrs. This covers hall rentals and travel for Michelle.

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