Sylvan Lake Taoist tai chi members, Anna Smith (far left), Linda Sinkwich, Lenore Berkeley, Beginning Instructor and Dave Latham, Continuing Instructor, (far right) practising at the recent Farmers’ Market to promote the upcoming fall classes. The group practiced the 108 moves of the Grand Ultimate set at Lakefront Park on Sept 1. Fall classes for Fung Loy Kok Taoist tai chi in Sylvan Lake begin the week of Sept. 11, call 403-88705272 for more information. Photo Submitted

Photo: Welcoming autumn with tai chi

The Sylvan Lake Tai Chi class is promoting their upcoming class schedule

By Megan Roth

The Sylvan Lake Tai Chi class is promoting their upcoming class schedule

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