Tai Chi for Beginners
Tai chi is a relaxing, gentle form of exercise that promotes health and longevity and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Tai chi builds strength through soft movement, helping to reduce pain, increase flexibility, and lift your spirits.
Come along to this 8-week course to experience the benefits of Tai chi and establish a routine to relax and energise your life. Tai Chi for Beginners is suited to participants with no experience of tai chi as well as those who have done some tai chi already but want to revise the fundamentals. This course uses a stepwise progressive teaching method, building from foundational movements up to a simple sequence of tai chi movements.
BRING THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS TO CLASS WITH YOU
Loose, comfortable clothing. Comfortable, supportive shoes (no thongs, slippers, or bare feet please).
There is plenty of parking onsite but please DO NOT TURN RIGHT into the carpark. You could endanger yourself, any passengers and any others on the road.
The centre should be approached from the South, either at the south end of Auburn Street, or by turning into Auburn Street from Swan or West Streets.
- Food and Drink
There is a Zip Tap available for those who wish to BYO cup plus tea/coffee/milk supplies.
Please BYO refreshments for your use only.
- Confirmation of Course and Purchase of Materials
At times WEA must cancel classes due to lack of enrolments. To avoid undue costs please do not purchase any materials until your course has been confirmed as going ahead.
Please call the WEA office on phone: (02) 4226 1622 three days prior to the commencement of the class to confirm that it will be going ahead.
- No Smoking
Please note that WEA is a smoke-free business and smoking is not allowed in the building in the carparks or in any outside area on WEA property.
- COVID and your Safety
If you are feeling unwell or displaying covid or cold and flu symptoms, please stay at home and notify our office that you will not be attending classes.
Our staff may ask you to leave if you appear to be unwell so that we protect our students and staff. We will operate according to Public Health Orders as required.