Next General Assembly - Thursday 3rd September 2020 - Centre Polivalent, Murla - More Information

Dear Members,
Due to uncertain times regarding the Coronavirus, the decision has been made to postpone all TCET events and trips until the situation is resolved .

Those members wishing to renew their membership may do so online, but an extension period will also be granted until the situation is clarified and we resume normal activity.

The next General Assembly will be in September

Update on Group Activity

We are pleased to be able to let you know that our Groups are restarting in different ways, and at different times.
Contact the individual Group Leader for latest information.

The Government advice on wearing masks, social distancing and use of sanitizer should still be observed

Newsletters will continue and we would encourage you to submit your contributions to

Please follow the guidelines been given by the health authorities and help everyone to stay safe and healthy.
Bob Welham.

14th June 2020

Leader/Contact Krystyna Rogers
Contact Details Movil / Whatsapp 67 170 1624 / 25
Location Jalon, Pensionistas (near the Library)
Day/Time Friday ... Level Two: 9:30-10:30
Level One (Beginners): 11:00-12:00
How Often Weekly

Tai Chi with Krystyna

IMPORTant Notice

This group will not be meeting until further notice.  A notice will be posted to let you know when this group will resume.


  • payment of €5 monthly on the first lesson of each month in advance to cover expenses -
  • wear loose and comfortable clothing and bring sturdy socks or pliable shoes -


Krystyna has been teaching Tai Chi, based on ancient Chinese martial art, for many years but has recently updated the style taught to a shorter form which requires less floor space and lends itself better to practise at home.

Tai Chi is considered suitable for almost everybody regardless of age and physical ability. It is a gentle, fluid and graceful exercise form proven to be powerfully effective in relaxing and strengthening both the body and mind.

Two Classes

LEVEL ONE : 11.00 - 12.00 - Beginners always welcome

We start with Relaxation followed by Chi Kung , a recognised “warm-up“ and practice exercise routine which, whilst beneficial in its own right, also incorporates many of the techniques vital to Tai Chi. Then comes the new Short Form Tai Chi – the backbone and main focus of the class

The movements (shabashi) are relaxed and harmonious - creating a “self-help therapy“ with no side effects (except a few aches and pains initially!).

This form is demanding in every sense - physically and mentally - and yet is suited to students with mobility problems and ideal for practice " at home "

LEVEL TWO: 09.30 – 10.30

Our long term students occupy this class which is currently FULL


Diligent practice of Tai Chi will improve mental relaxation, the ability to concentrate and balance and coordination. Physical health will also be improved through strengthening the body’s systems - for example, it is medically acknowledged as beneficial in diabetic, digestive, hypertensive, cardio-vascular, respiratory and muscular-skeletal disorders including such problems as Parkinsons and related diseases, arthritis, fibromyalgia, stress and heart disease.

Regular practice of Chi Kung followed by Tai Chi, on the beach, in the park or even at home, will maximise general well-being and strengthen natural defences against ill-health.

With Krystyna, it’s great fun too!

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