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Chi-gong workshops for Western Care Association

Arend Wijmenga, a fourth dan grade tai chi instructor, is conducting two two-hour Chi-gong workshops in aid of Western Care in the Ruby Room, Royal Theatre, Castlebar, tomorrow (Saturday) from 10.30am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm. Chi-gong seeks to heal the body by balancing the energy-flow within, strengthen what is deficient, and reduce excess. All this occurs through movement and breathing exercises whose primary aim is the systematic moving and balancing of the chi (energy) in the human body. The ba duan jin exercises can be practised standing and sitting, making them beneficial and suitable for all fitness levels and abilities. The cost is €20 per workshop, payable on the door, with all proceeds going to Western Care Association. For further information and bookings contact Arend on 094 9367536 or 087 1679031.

Silver medals for Galway tai chi competitor

Galway tai Cchi practitioner Michael Grealish has claimed two silver medals a the biennial

Chi-gong — for a healthier you

Chi-gong are traditional, simple health and fitness exercises, with easy movements, which create impressive improvements to your health.

Active Retirement Group meeting

The Club House Hotel is the venue for monthly meetings held on the second Monday of each month at 2.30pm. To date there are up to 90 members and new members are always welcome.

Celebrate the Chinese New Year in Galway this weekend

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The Chinese New Year begins today and marks the start of The Year Of The Rabbit, a year which is meant to bring good times, good wine, good music, good company, and fun times.

Tai chi for health and vitality — free demonstration

Tai chi for health

Celebrate the Chinese New Year with a weekend of events

The Chinese New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of The Year Of The Rabbit, a year which is meant to bring good times, good wine, good music, good company, and fun times.

Safety warning issued as Halloween fireworks already play havoc

Fireworks are already causing distress to many elderly Castlebar residents and pets even in advance of Halloween, according to Mayor of Castlebar and Fine Gael Town Councillor, Ger Deere.

Gardai and council urge safety first for Hallowe'en

As Hallowe’en festivities kick off in Athlone this weekend with a three-day Hallowe’en festival running from Friday to Sunday, local Gardai have issued an appeal to the public to ensure the weekend’s festivities are carried out in a safe and secure manner.

Master the art of tai chi

Tai chi chuan is the perfect mix of relaxation, self-defence, and exercise.

 

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