Advertise on ATVAmpthill Print CentreHeathers Cleaning Services

Free Tai Chi and Meditation in Maulden Woods!

Things to join and get involved in. Includes sports clubs and local charities

Free Tai Chi and Meditation in Maulden Woods!

Postby andyspragg » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:32 am

Through the summer, on a Sunday evening, I will be holding Tai Chi and Buddhits meditation lessons in Maulden Woods, Bedfordshire. Starting at 6.00pm and running through to around 8.00pm. Come along and learn the basics of these fascinating practices. Excellent for stress relief and general mobility, Tai Chi, originating in China, is a holistic health excercise. A series of slow, gentle exercises will help both body and mind. Buddhist meditation, recognised for its gentle, de-stressing benefits, it centres you and helps you deal with our modern pace of life. We will be teaching these two disciplines purely on behalf of Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Give what you feel is appropriate and then come along and enjoy these fascinating arts. Contact me during the day on 07780 991952 to find out when the next lesson is happening and where to go! Hope to see you there!   All the best. Andy Spragg
Andy Spragg
07780 991952
www.re-vitalise.co.uk
andyspragg
 
Posts: 2
Joined: Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:22 am
Location: Haynes
 

Re: Free Tai Chi and Meditation in Maulden Woods!

Postby andyspragg » Wed Jul 06, 2011 10:43 am

This Ampthill based Tai Chi club is still up and running but now has an indoor venue. We are still offering free Tai Chi with any proceeds going to Breast cancer research. the club runs in the Dance Studio, Kings Arms Yard in Ampthill at 5.30pm till 7.00pm on a Sunday evening.

So if you would like to study Tai Chi, get in touch with andy on 08000 191635 or andy.spragg@re-vitalise.co.uk

Hope to see you there.
Andy
Andy Spragg
07780 991952
www.re-vitalise.co.uk
andyspragg
 
Posts: 2
Joined: Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:22 am
Location: Haynes
 
 

Return to Clubs and Societies

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

cron