Residents at a Sanctuary Care home in Malvern are welcoming members of the local community to join them in getting healthier and fitter at Tai Chi classes this New Year.
Residents at Hastings Residential Care Home are taking part in Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing (TMW) classes every Wednesday morning, which the local community are welcome to attend. The classes are led by a local accredited TMW trainer and comprise a specially developed range of gentle movements to help physical and emotional health and wellbeing. Movements can be practised either sitting or standing.
The TMW sequence used in the classes at Hastings has been developed by internationally renowned Tai Chi expert Richard Farmer and neuro-psychologist Dr David Quinn. It rebalances mind and body, improves flexibility and balance and helps to increase core strength, while being proven to help with long-term health conditions and challenges associated with getting older.
Classes cost £2 per person. Please register your interest at earliest convenience by calling the care home on 01684 585000.
The Tai Chi classes at Hastings have been partially funded by the Community Investment Fund at Sanctuary Group, the parent company of Sanctuary Care.