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Contact: 07887 551963
Classes in Cheshire and North Staffordshire:
Holmes Chapel, Macclesfield, Sandbach, Middlewich, Alsager and
Registered Instructor with the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain
Giving you the knowledge to improve your health
Tai Chi develops flexibility, increasing strength of lower limbs to improve balance (thus preventing falls) and since the movements are performed while standing assist in bone formation and strengthening that helps to prevent the onset of osteoporosis.
Who can do Tai Chi?
Tai Chi is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness.
The movements can be performed slowly and gently for health benefits.
If you have mobility difficulties then there are exercises that can be done sitting.
What should I wear?
Tai Chi requires no special clothing or equipment. It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and trainers or plimsoles.
How do I learn?
Regular classes from a qualified instructor will give you the coaching you require. To benefit from the exercises you simply need to practice. Tai Chi is designed for doing a little each day rather than an hour or more once per week.
Regular practice helps you remember the movements; it improves your understanding of how to do them and therefore how to get the most benefit from them.
Tai Chi is for Health, exercise and relaxation
Tai Chi stimulates the central nervous system, lowers blood pressure, and relieves stress whilst gently toning the muscles without strain. The rhythmical movements massage the internal organs and improve their function, enhancing digestion, the elimination of wastes and blood circulation.