Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a low impact activity suitable for everyone. Each person works within their own limitations to improve their strength, balance and flexibility, without putting stress on your joints. It’s ideal if you’re recovering from a fall or want to improve your mobility.

Tai Chi can also improve your mood and help with depression, stress, and anxiety. It can improve energy levels, improve stamina as well as lowering your blood pressure. It is also a very social activity. 

We run regular beginner and intermediate classes:

Day

Time

Location

Next course starts

 Monday

6.30pm

11th February 2019

Wednesday

9.30am

13th February  2019

Thursday

9.30am

14th February 2019

Thursday

10.30am

14th February 2019

Thursday

1.00pm 

 14th February 2019

Thursday

2.00pm

14th February 2019

Friday

9.30am 

22nd February 2019

Friday

11.15am

22nd February 2019

Friday

1.30pm 

22nd February  2019

Costs are £5 per person per class except Sandbach which is £6 per session.Information above shows the regular class times and venues.

To book
If you want to come along to a class or have any questions please call Geoff on 07563 665322.

We also run Tai Chi Double Fan seminars on a regular basis at Alsager Guide Hall. Tai Chi Double Fan is excellent for improvements in balance, improves the mobility of the wrist joints and stimulates the fingers leading to better circulation. It also looks great and is fun to learn!

The next Double Fan Seminar will be held on Thursday 21st February 2019 10.40pm to 11.30pm. Cost £5.00 and then on the following dates:

Thursday 28th March; Thursday 25th April; Thursday 23rd May; Thursday 27th June 2019.

“In 2009 I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s and it was my neurologist who suggested I try Tai Chi. I started Geoff’s class about 18 months ago and thanks to his inspirational teaching he has radically improved my health and wellbeing. I am no longer defined by my illness. Thank you.”
Claire

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