In our local free newspaper a few weeks ago was a notice/advertisement inviting people to come and try Tai Chi for free at the local community centre.
That's not too far down the road, I can walk there and back easily, so I'm going to give it a try.
If I like it, I'll sign up for classes...as long as it isn't too expensive.
I'm hoping Tai Chi will help with flexibility and regaining strength in some areas that have lost it.
Since my shoulder trouble there is a distinct weakness in my upper arms that I'm not at all happy with.
Even just regaining some flexibility will help.
I've had people tell me I could just get a dvd and copy the movements at home, but I think it's wiser to learn to do the moves properly first, then continue at home. That way I'll know if I'm doing them right and there may be specific moves to help with problem areas.
I'll let you know how it goes.
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