What is Qigong? Put simply, Qigong is a form of Chinese exercise that has been
around for hundreds, if not thousands of years. It is ideal for anyone wishing to
improve their health without straining or stressing the body as it involves gentle
movement and mindful breathing, completely within your range of ability. Qi is the
Chinese word for “life energy”; Gong means “work” or “cultivation”, and relates
to benefits acquired through regular practice. Qigong is suitable for all ages and
abilities and, practised regularly, improves balance, reduces stress and improves
coordination of the body.
This group will be run by Gordon Parfitt. It will commence
at 11.30 am, for an hour,
on Wed, 9 January at the Cluntergate Centre, Horbury.
Email Gordon on firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up
Some Aspects Of The New Testament (7 meetings)
How the Gospels came to be written; the writings of St Paul; the place of women
in the New Testament; the Gospels not included, and anti-Semitism. The group will
be held at a member’s home in Sandal commencing fortnightly on Thursday, 17 January
at 2pm. For further information please phone Alan on 01226 283863.
English Country Dancing
This group will recommence at 2.30 – 4.30, in February at Primrose Hall, Horbury.
Phone Ann on 01924 263320 email@example.com for start date and further information.
Ukulele Beginners Free Taster Sessions
To be held at Walton Library, The Grove, WF2 6LD, 11am to 12noon on Friday, 11
and 18 January 2019. Must have own ukulele, but after these beginners sessions it
is hoped to run sessions for those with more experience. Phone David 01924 862097
to register your interest.”