The last summer tai chi session in Cornwall Park will be on Tuesday 29 January, 2019, 6 – 7pm. If you’ve always wanted to give tai chi a go then come along to Cornwall Park for this FREE session.
If you’re looking for more free tai chi sessions with Kia Ora Tai Chi then check out this link.
The Summer Tai Chi in Cornwall Park sessions began on Sunday mornings (9-10am) on the 2nd, 9th and 16th of December and Tuesday evenings (6-7pm) on 4th, 11th and 18th December. With the exception of New Year’s Day, the lessons continued on every Sunday morning and Tuesday evening in January. Classes were approximately 45 mins. Fun for all of the family, from children to grandparents. Ideal for beginners.
All of these sessions were led by Jocelyn Watkin, of Kia Ora Tai Chi. Jocelyn is a qualified and premier instructor for Tai Chi for Health Institute, who has over 20 years martial arts experience. All of Jocelyn’s tai chi classes are also approved with the BIG TICK for the Community Group Strength and Balance Programme: “Live Stronger for Longer”.
Location: Under the big trees on the left-hand-side of Pohutukawa Drive (as you come up from Greenlane Road). Keep an eye out for the tai chi signs. Jocelyn and her fellow instructors will be wearing red Kia Ora Tai Chi polo shirts.
Summer tai chi in Cornwall Park is fun, free and suitable for all ages. You don’t need special clothes or equipment. A big thank you to the Cornwall Park Trust Board for funding these sessions so everyone can enjoy learning tai chi for free.
Please bring a bottle of water and insect repellent.
What to wear:
- Comfy clothes and shoes
- A sun hat and sun block
- Bring a jersey/sweatshirt in case there is a breeze.
If wet, please check the Kia Ora Tai Chi facebook page for cancellation notices: https://www.facebook.com/kiaorataichi/
If fine, just come along to any session. There’s no need to RSVP as all will be welcome. Ideal for complete beginners.
Described as “moving meditation”, tai chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that combines mental focus and mindfulness with deliberate and relaxed movements that are gentle on the joints.
Find out more:
- About free tai chi sessions with Kia Ora Tai Chi
- About me – Jocelyn Watkin, your tai chi instructor
- Cornwall Park, an oasis in the middle of Auckland. and how to get there
- Contact Jocelyn Watkin
- About the BIG TICK for the Community Group Strength and Balance Programme.
- About the Cornwall Park Trust Board