You could try out Tai Chi for free

PUBLISHED: 10:51 02 February 2006 | UPDATED: 11:33 04 May 2010

AN Ely Tai Chi teacher has invited residents to take part in a free introductory course at the Babylon Gallery on Sunday. Kim Mahler-Garton, who has been a community education teacher in the district for five years, decided to hold the Tai Chi/ Kqi Jong c

AN Ely Tai Chi teacher has invited residents to take part in a free introductory course at the Babylon Gallery on Sunday.

Kim Mahler-Garton, who has been a community education teacher in the district for five years, decided to hold the Tai Chi/ Kqi Jong class to introduce people to the benefits of "soft" martial arts.

"The exercises themselves are gradual and slow movements," she said.

"We look at co-ordination and breathing, and the movements strengthen muscles and bones."

Visitors to Sunday's class will be able to find out how to continue with the discipline, and Mrs Mahler-Garton hopes to launch an outdoor class in Ely in the Spring.

INFO: Places for the class, which runs from 10-11am, are limited to 20. Phone Mrs Mahler-Garton on 01353 661582.


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