Time Out Tai Chi

Make the move  to have 'time out' together

Time Out Tai Chi
13 CECs available

Time Out Tai Chi - Welcoming Jing is an illustrated children’s book with reference images at the back to make reviewing the moves easy. 

Time Out Tai Chi Finding Jing is an introduction to the calming ability of tai chi.  Join in this collection of Tai Chi forms encouraging people to find relaxation and serenity through exercise.

Easy to follow along DVD


To buy

To get posted to you  visit the Balance Minder Shop

or simply drop into

Starcut Flowers, Fourways, Nebo Road Mackay

Exercise Professional & Tai Chi Instructors

Time Out Tai Chi – Welcoming Jing can be used to compliment your classes regardless of the form you teach.  One of the ways the book can be used is for teachers and childcare workers to read the story and make the basic movements with their classes in preparation for a Tai Chi Instructor to introduce more Tai Chi forms.

Families

With Time Out Tai Chi we bond as we read the story of "Welcoming Jing" by his new friends Rose and Vinny. Reading together from an early age improves children's development, well-being and school readiness.
We become more familiar with the story, the learning of the moves will happen. Simply talking about the moves will help.

Use these simple Tai Chi moves as a way to defuse stressful situations, encourage youngsters of all ages to consider using Tai Chi as a way of giving themselves thinking time before acting rashly. One of the best things parents can do is to help children build inner strength to cope with the ups and downs of life.

Sharing Time Out Tai Chi

​​Educators

With Time Out Tai Chi we read the story of “Welcoming Jing” by his new friends Rose and Vinny.  Things have changed at the zoo.  Jing has arrived.  Rose and Vinny go to see what he is up to.  Join in the fun as they find time out for friendship and exercise.

Using Time Out Tai Chi is a wonderful way to start building the habits of good posture, relaxation and movement.  By incorporating the breath we add relaxation. 

Building inner strength is one of the best ways to cope with the ups and downs of life. To help build this inner strength we need useful tools.  Encourage youngsters of all ages to use Time Out Tai Chi as a way of allowing thinking time before acting rashly and to defuse stressful situations. Teach them to use their “time out” in a positive way.