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Feel grounded

and improve the health and happiness of your family during Mental Health Month

A modern approach to Tai Chi for modern families

Hi, I’m Leanne,

Principal Trainer at Balance Minder, Registered Fitness Australian AusREP Exercise Professional and, most importantly, a mother (and now grandmother).

I’ve dedicated my life to teaching Tai Chi all over Australia. And now, during these unprecedented times, I want to make the calming benefits of Tai Chi accessible to all families.

Our at-home program allows you to enjoy positive self-care time in the convenience of your own home (i.e. you don’t have to stress if the toddler wants to play with his own toys instead of sitting quietly at a studio).

For Mental Health month, I’m offering you the opportunity to share with your family exercise not only for movement but for calmness and connection.

After just one session you’ll feel happier and more content within yourself, and your family will feel the benefits too.

Time Out Tai Chi offers a modern and practical approach to Tai Chi to be completed in the home.

I’m inviting you to join me for a free session to encourage EVERY BODY to enjoy exercise for mental wellbeing.

Time Out Tai Chi can be done seated or standing.  

These sessions are gifted by Balance Minder to share exercise for calmness and joy.

 

Time Out Tai Chi is for everyone.

It’s especially beneficial if you:

Feel frazzled and like you’re being pulled in every direction
Don’t have control over your daily routine
Are struggling to find the energy for regular exercise
Are looking for a way to bring the collective energy of the household down
Want to make the most from this stay-at-home experience and create joyful memories

Time Out Tai Chi  can contribute to feeling more grounded, in-control of your emotions and improve the overall happiness of the household!

Mindfulness Through Movement

for the whole family

Time Out Tai Chi is perfect if you would like to improve your physical, mental and social wellness, and:

  • You would like to add some mindfulness movement to your fitness program
  • You want to get stronger and more flexible
  • You would like to improve posture, mobility and balance
  • You are just getting back into exercising or looking for a way to compliment your existing workouts
  • You would like to extend your range of motion

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