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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Asking questions is the first way to begin change.

 

Kubra Sait

DO I NEED TO BE AT A CERTAIN LEVEL OF FITNESS TO TAKE PART IN 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?

 It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and trainers or plimsoles. Tai Chi requires no special clothing or equipment.

HOW DO I LEARN TAI CHI AND QIGONG?

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.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

All classes cover a range of:
Qi gong - Individual exercises for health, including Ba Duan Jin (8 Silk Brocade), Wu Qin Xi (Five Animal Qigong) and Yi Jin Jing (Tendon and Muscle Strengthening Qigong).
Silk Reeling - foundation exercises to teach Tai Chi movement
Chen Style Tai Chi 18 movement short form - the series of flowing movements for which Tai Chi is known
Standing meditation - learning to relax and still the mind
Intermediate and advanced students have the opportunity to learn the 83 movement Xian Jia (New Frame) and the Sword form.

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