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The perfect way to start the day

14 Jan 2013

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Struggled to get out of bed this morning? The solution may be closer than you’d expect.

As part of the community activities at the Boyd community hub, The City of Melbourne is providing free Tai Chi classes for all.

The classes, run by Yulong Tai Chi, are held every Friday at 8am out the front of the community centre.

Participants enjoy an hour of Tai Chi, including an extensive warm up and several movements designed to create stability, strength and balance. The classes are led enthusiastically by Yulong’s Lily Sun.

Yulong Tai Chi’s Tara Brayshaw said the classes were quickly establishing themselves as a must-do for locals, from the fitness fanatic to the beginner who was just wanting help getting out of bed in the morning.

“We’re lucky to have such a great location. It’s a group of fantastic people who are really helping to build a community atmosphere here,” Ms Brayshaw said.

She also said the classes were designed so that both beginners and experienced Tai Chi participants could get something out of them.

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