Here’s an article that adds on to “tai chi news” we recently had. Using DNA telomeres, it has found that exercise can make up for sitting too much.
A beginner Hand Form class is starting on Friday, January 6th. This class will meet weekly from 11am to 12pm at JK Personal Training Studio in Woodinville (building adjacent to Post Office).
If you would like to join the class or want more information, please contact me at email@example.com.
Here’s video of me talking you through the first section.
Today was our last class until we meet back together the week of September 19th (with the exception of Mill Creek and Bothell Senior Centers).
Remember our field trip to the Outback Kangaroo Farm on Saturday, August 6th. I’ll send reminder email on Monday.
Enjoy your Summer and we’ll see you soon!
-Mike & Nancy
Maria Weir (Mill Creek) wrote a book entitled “What My Grandmother Told Me” It won the 2016 Skipping Stones Honor Award in the category of multicultural and international books.
You can find the book in the Sno-Isle and the Seattle Public Libraries.
Thanks to Lorraine Wong (Mill Creek/Woodinville) for transcribing and making these files available to everyone.
“Best to print all 3 sections on front and back of one sheet. Then you can fold the sheet into quarters if you want to carry it around.”
You can go to YouTube to view the same Hand Form videos as the ones on Nancy’s DVD if you prefer to use the internet instead of a DVD player:
Section 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4HsTHTUS-0
Section 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcI4eows9vE
Section 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2cGXuRsZiI
Hope you find these helpful.