Free Tai Chi Class in Southeast False Creek
Tomorrow, Sunday May 31st,
there is a free Tai Chi Class in the Olympic Village at 1633 Ontario Street.
I found this event on Meetup. The description there reads:
This public Tai Chi class is scheduled for May 31, 2015 (Sunday). This is a perfect opportunity to learn more about our Tai Chi class and try out our Yuan Shi Style! You will also get to speak to our students and meet with our teacher Master Guanren Liu.
We will meet up at 9:45 am at the lobby (1633 Ontario Street, Vancouver), and one of our students will guide you through the Tai Chi class. We usually begin the class with 30 mins of Tai Chi Stance (standing meditation) and followed by 15 mins of Tai Chi warm up. Then, we will practice 45 mins of Tai Chi Forms and 30mins of Tai Chi Push Hands/Self-Defense Applications. If the weather permits, we will practice our Tai Chi Forms outdoor in the Olympic Village Square so we can enjoy the sunshine at the same time! Please wear clothing and shoes that are comfortable, bring a bottle of water, and be ready for two hours of Tai Chi with us together, it’s going to be fun!
Feel free to contact one of our organizers if you have any questions before RSVPing this meetup. We look forward to seeing some new faces in this public class this Sunday!
Some legal stuffs and not-so-fine prints: practicing Tai Chi is generally a very safe way to exercise our body and mind; however, just like participating in any other sports, there is a risk of potential injuries and unpleasant incidents could happen during or after any Meetup event. If you have any existing medical conditions or unsure about your state of fitness, please consult your family physician if you are suitable for Tai Chi before attending our events. By RSVPing, you (and your guests likewise) agree that you will participate in our events at your own risks. You will be responsible for your own safety and exercise common sense to keep everyone around you safe. You also agree to waive and release all rights and claims for damage you may have against the organizers, instructors, and participants of such Meetup events.