Tai Chi is an ancient and gentle Chinese exercise form that is practiced around the world. It involves slow, controlled movements to improve flexibility, muscle strength, balance and fitness.

Practicing Tai Chi may help relieve symptoms of arthritis, improve memory, concentration and your general health.

 

Program Information Tai Chi for Beginners

Who is it for?

Tai Chi for Arthritis is a program that has been designed specifically for people with arthritis but may be useful for anyone wishing to maintain their general health and wellbeing 

How much time will it take?

Sessions are 45minutes

Where & When is it held?

Ballarat Community Health

Wendouree - 10 Learmonth Road

Beginner: Friday 2.00 - 2.45pm

Intermediate: Wednesday 11.15 am - 12 noon

Advanced: Wednesday 1.00 - 1.45pm

 

Sebastopol Elderly Citizens rooms

Cnr Vickers & Beverin Streets,

Intermediate: Friday 9.45 - 10.30am

 

Cost?

$5.00 per session

Who provides it?

Accredited Exercise Leaders

How do I get into the program?

  • Must complete Pre Exercise Screening Tool form

Phone Ballarat Community Health on 5338 4500, fax 5339 3044 or email intake@bchc.org.au

 

 

Program Information Tai Chi for Health

Who is it for?

For those with competence in Tai Chi for Beginners

How much time will it take?

Sessions are 45minutes

Where & When is it held?

Ballarat Community Health

Wendouree - 10 Learmonth Road

Wednesdays 1.00 - 1.45pm

 

Sebastopol Elderly Citizens rooms

Cnr Vickers & Beverin Streets,

Fridays 9.30 - 10.15am 

 

Cost?

$5.00 per session

Who provides it?

Accredited Exercise Leaders

How do I get into the program?

Must complete Pre Exercise Screening Tool form

Phone Ballarat Community Health on 5338 4500, fax 5339 3044 or email intake@bchc.org.au