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Beginners classes start 11 - 16 Oct
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Add tranquility and
relaxation to your life
Beneficial: Tai Chi promotes relaxation and better health.
Tai Chi is a time-proven health art
that uses circular, flowing movements
to calm the mind and relax the body.
Behind these gentle movements is a
wealth of philosophy, medicine and
Practicing Tai Chi exercises the body
holistically while quietening the mind.
Internally, the soft, smooth movements
massage the organs, improve blood
circulation and promote diaphrag-
matic breathing. Externally, the joints,
tendons and muscles are loosened and
People from all walks of life, from
students to parents, executives to bus
drivers, turn to Tai Chi to relieve stress
and experience a feeling of well-being.
To simply observe people practicing
Tai Chi is a peaceful experience -- they
reflect a sense of serenity and well-
being. After a Tai Chi session, you
always feel relaxed, refreshed and
The Tai Chi Academy will be offering
obligation-free introductory lessons
throughout Canberra from October 11
to 16, making it even easier for you to
try something new and add a dose of
tranquillity to your life.
For more information, visit
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Tradespeople gain business skills
Learning: Business trainer and mentor
Jim Richards, with local tradespeople
Kim Pape, Matt Bisa, Jim Bird, Rhys
McLaughlin and David Harper.
Many tradespeople today have spent
four years learning a trade but zero years
learning to run a business. If this is you,
then the Apprentice to Business Owner
program delivered by ITeC is tailor-made
The program, which is funded by the
Australian government, is free to eligible
tradespeople and is helping them make
the move into successful small business
ownership, offering business-specific
training and mentoring.
"This free program is a first for
tradespeople and provides them with the
business skills and mentoring that every
tradesperson needs to be successful in
business," ITeC operations manager Lyn
The latest graduates of the Apprentice
to Business Owner program are thrilled
with what they have learnt, describing
the course as easy to understand and
relevant to their day-to-day businesses.
Many say the mentoring aspect of the
program has helped them to achieve
business objectives, and they are gaining
new customers thank to their newfound
"ITeC's delivery of the [Apprentice to
Business Owner] program is flexible to
meet the needs of tradespeople," Ms
"We are running evening sessions and
onsite mentoring to support participants
who want to start a business, may be
working as a sub-contractor or have
already started a business in the last two
Due to funding issues ITeC has started
the last group for this program however
you can still be involved if you contact
For more information, phone
1300 166 694 or email
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