Tai Chi is renowned for the health benefits associated with the practise of its slow motion form.
Regular practise is especially good for stress reduction and relaxation, improving the health and vitality, flow and balance of the practitioner.
Tai Chi is also an excellent martial art in its own right, and practising Tai Chi will 'turbocharge' any existing martial arts you might practise, increasing your speed, power and coordination.
Our weekly classes are open to all.
We will teach you some easy to learn Tai Chi Qigong exercises, designed to introduce the principles of Tai Chi so you can start improving your health and vitality straight away, without overtaxing your memory.
The Tai Chi form we practise is the Wu style short form developed by Ma Yue Liang and Wu Ying Hwa. This form normally takes 7 - 12 mins to perform and contains a large proportion of the movements in the long form but is easier to learn and fit in practise around the time constraints of a modern lifestyle.
Push hands partner exercises (tui shou) are also taught.