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The St. Margaret’s Bay Seniors Association is involved with a number of activities including:
Suzanne Borkowski has lead three groups around Dauphinee’s Pond (behind the Rona Store in the Hubley Centre) and Jerry Lawrence Park. 10-20 species are seen during each walk including osprey (shown below), barn swallows, tree swallows, red-winged blackbirds, ducks, warblers (Black-throated Green Warbler shown at right), and flycatchers.
If you are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-820-3334.
Tai Chi comes in many forms and some are particularly suitable for older people. The movements involved are slow and gentle, and we are carefully watched to ensure that they are correctly performed so as to avoid injury. It is instilled in us that patience and practice are required and we should not expect to learn the entire form in a single session.
The health benefits of Tai Chi include muscle strengthening and flexibility leading to better balance and prevention of falls, general physical and psychological benefits, and improved concentration and memory. All this is achieved by joining a friendly group of like minded people in a relaxed atmosphere.
Tai Chi classes will resume on September 17, 2018 for members of the Seniors Association of SMB.
There will be one class for all levels of participants from 10.30am to noon in St Nicholas Church Hall on Westwood Blvd., Upper Tantallon. The session will be for 10 weeks (excluding holidays). Two more sessions will follow in the New Year. The fee for each session will be $25.
Anyone wishing to join the class should register by emailing email@example.com or calling the Seniors Office at 902-820-3334 no later than September 12.