FIND OUT IN A FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 IN WALPOLE.
Studies have shown that this centuries-old Chinese art of slow, gentle movements can:
[ Sharpen your sense of balance.
[ Reduce your risk of falling.
[ Improve your coordination.
[ Expand your range of motion.
[ Help you be more limber.
[ Relax and unkink your body and calm your mind.
[ Lift your spirits and improve your sense of well-being.
Also, you’ll meet interesting people and make new friends.
ALL AGES WELCOME.
OUR TAI CHI IS SENIOR-SAFE AND SENIOR-FRIENDLY.
FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION
Wednesday, September 7, at 9:30 a.m. on the second floor of the Walpole town hall.
No equipment or special clothing necessary.
Wear loose clothing (elastic waist pants are perfect), try some tai chi moves, get answers to your questions, and see what this ancient art is like.
We would appreciate hearing from you if you might come on September 7 so we can plan for an accurate number of people.
Call or e-mail instructor Ben Daviss at 603-445-2200 or email@example.com.
AFTER SEPTEMBER 7, YOU CAN CONTINUE IN OUR NEW CLASSES.
WHEN AND WHERE
WALPOLE: classes will meet Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. for one hour on the second floor of Walpole’s town hall.
For details, contact Ben Daviss at 603-445-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BELLOWS FALLS: classes will meet Tuesdays at 1 p.m. for one hour at the Greater Rock Fitness Center at 1 Hospital Court.
For details, contact Greater Rock at 802-591-0910 or greater.rock @gmail.com.
COST: we offer a sliding scale of course fees. The full fee is $10 per class. If that’s a stretch, you can pay $8 or $5, depending on what’s affordable. If you’re unable to pay, you’ll still be welcomed! No one will be turned away for lack of ability to pay.
Ben Daviss is a senior instructor with the nonprofit Oriental Healing Arts Association. He has been practicing tai chi and qi gong for more than 25 years and teaching in Claremont and Walpole, New Hampshire, and Westminster, Vermont, since 2015.
Leslie Lasseter is a senior instructor with the nonprofit Oriental Healing Arts Association and also is associated with Tai Chi Vermont. She is trained in movement therapy and teaches English Country Dance. She has taught tai chi in Westminster and Bellows Falls, Vermont, and Claremont and Walpole, New Hampshire. See her “Tai Chi With Leslie” on Rockingham-area FACTV and on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/ channel/UCu9wcIWvHarUr9alXA3rioA.
Dose anyone still want the Old Home day schedule??
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