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Chi Kung: Mondays 9.30am

This class is led by Leanne Finn-Davis, is part of our 60+ programme, and is now held at Kentish Town Community Centre, 17 Busby Place, London NW5 2SP - not far from either Kentish Town or Camden Road train station. Buses 390, 393, 88 and 214, will also get you there - see www.ktcc.org.uk

Chi Kung is an ancient Chinese practice that underlies all the Chinese martial arts, including Tai Chi. It is slow and gentle, but also very strengthening. It is great for balance and posture, keeping the joints supple and all the organs of the body healthy; heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach, spleen and digestive system. Chi kung is practised standing or if you prefer, sitting in a chair for all or part of the session.

As well as all these physical benefits, the practice also calms the nervous system, helping to reduce stress and anxiety. With a calmer body and mind energy begins to flow, and so fatigue and depression take less of a hold, making way for more aliveness and clearer thinking.

Please do contact me if you have any questions or just drop in for a free taster class. Please note that there will be no class on Easter Monday, 22nd April 2019.
See POSTER: Leanne Finn-Davis • 07931 596 726 • ours@patternedhand.co.uk

Classes are paid for by donations in the range £1 to £5 for each class, which are collected and paid into HNCC's current account to support payment of tutor fees.

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