Parksville Shores Tai Chi

 
 We just got the go ahead from Knox Church, they welcome back Tai Chi.

 

 Tuesday Jan.25th. the continuing classes will start again.

 Everything the same as it was in December,  Proof of vaccinations required 2.5 meter separation on all sides and masks when moving about but not required during warmup and sets.

 Tuesday and Thursday  9.30-11.30

 take care
 Eva and Ken

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New Beginner class

Monday Feb. 7th

  9.30 –11.30 am

Knox United Parksville

$ 20 a month or $50 for 3 months

Must register before Feb.1st

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Continuing  classes  

 Tuesday and Thursday
9.30-11.30

Continuing classes $25 per month or $ 60 for 3 month.

All Classes are at Knox United on Pym Parksville

To enter the church you will be asked to show your immunization card and wear a mask.
When practicing Tai Chi  you may remove your mask.

a BIG THANK YOU to Ken for keeping the classes going.

and again don’t forget Tai Chi in the Parksville Community Park
Sundays at 9am
Wednesday at 1.30pm

Take care
Eva

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That does not mean we can’t do Tai Chi at Home LOL

if you need a little help with the set there is always Kevin to follow on Awareness Tai Chi
All moves:
https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL08K7e3wVjh2DJZfeK1X3BHGB1raz6age
Warmups only:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL08K7e3wVjh0BE7nZx9N02csd1xOkCNXk

Who we are – Parksville Shores Tai Chi (PSTC) is a not-for-profit society that exists to teach, learn and practice Tai Chi and complementary disciplines, by providing instruction, classes and workshops for the membership. PSTC is also committed to donating any financial surplus beyond operating expenses to worthy local charities.

What we do – PSTC teaches the 108-move set developed by Master Moy Lin Shin (1931-1998). He modified the traditional Yang style to maximize the health benefits.

For more on Tai Chi’s history and health benefits, see the following: PSTC BROCHURE April 2019

For more information on Master Moy and the 108-move set, watch this video.

For more Tai Chi resources, go to Kevin Werre’s website Awareness Tai Chi.

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