Parksville Shores Tai Chi

Hello Members

Here are the updates for going to Tai Chi classes at Knox Church.

Starting on Monday September 13th. to enter the Church you must wear a mask and show your card that you are vaccinated.

In the sanctuary and practicing Tai Chi you do not have to wear a mask.

and don’t forget the two days we practice Tai Chi in the park.
Sunday at 9am   (don’t forget your gloves  LOL)
Wednesday at 1.30

take care 
Eva and Ken

New Tai Chi Beginner Class

September 13th    9.30 –11.30 am

Knox United Church Parksville

Must register before Sept. 13

to reserve your spot, as we have a limit per class.

$20 a month or $50 for 3 months

Mask or face shield is required at al times when in the church.

please click on ‘CONTACT US’ to register.

 

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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