Taste of martial lore

PUBLISHED: 13:44 02 March 2006 | UPDATED: 11:33 04 May 2010

THE sight of martial arts at the bandstand in Jubilee Gardens, Ely, will soon become commonplace when a Tai Chi expert launches a series of sessions. Kim Mahler Garton will be running free Tai Chi/Qigong sessions by the river from Sunday. She said: Tai

THE sight of martial arts at the bandstand in Jubilee Gardens, Ely, will soon become commonplace when a Tai Chi expert launches a series of sessions.

Kim Mahler Garton will be running free Tai Chi/Qigong sessions by the river from Sunday.

She said: "Tai Chi teaches people about health awareness; it's more than an exercise - it's a way of life."

Miss Mahler Garton said she would also be running a 10-week beginners' course at The Forum in Barton Road from today (Thursday)

For more information about the course and the free outdoor sessions, contact Miss Mahler Garton on 01353 661582.


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