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Tai Chi in the Gardens – Time for a Time‑out!

In a rut? No time to breathe? There’s a remedy: Extract yourself from the daily grind and be transported to a totally different space just a few minutes away from home — at a Tai Chi class in the beautiful green heart of Ramat Hanadiv.

Tai Chi is a movement art that fortifies your energies and  balances your physiological systems. It is a way of life that will help you connect to yourself, to nature and the environment.

You don’t have to go out to the desert for a week of solitude in order to cut yourself off from overcrowded routines; you can do it right here at Ramat Hanadiv, for an hour each week. Take a break, breathe deeply, and have your own special experience in nature.

Ramat Hanadiv Gardens, Zichron Yaacov, Israel.

The lessons, suitable for a wide range of ages, enable all participants to discover their personal capabilities, and require no previous experience.

The Tai Chi exercise classes, will be held in the gardens, on Wednesday mornings at 8 led by Ojas Valdman.

The classes will be offered for a monthly fee.
Please register in advance. 

Please note: The price is for 4 monthly lessons. Lesson 5 is a bonus. (If there are 5 Wednesdays a month).

For further details, contact the InfoShop, tel. 04 629 8111

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