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Tai Chi Class

Type: Weekly
Date: 13.09.2018 - 06.12.2018, Every Thursday
Time: 7:30 PM
Entry Cost: £7.00
Interests: Family, Sports & Activities, Community, Students
Location: Chi an Bobel

Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise which is practised in China in the parks every morning by hundreds of millions of people. The slow and flowing sequences of dance like movements are performed for health reasons to boost the body’s store of an internal energy the Chinese call ‘Chi’. This energy can be stored like electricity in a battery, it can also be depleted by too much physical activity or stress and bad diet.


Classes are 7.30 - 9pm

One class £7 or £6 for low waged. Two classes £12 or £10 low waged.

Subscription for members is £40 per year which also includes free insurance and membership of the Taoist Cultural Arts Association.

Rachel Simpson leads the groups. She has been teaching Tai Chi and Kung Fu since 1995.

You can contact Rachel by:
Telephone: 07910891294 or 01736 785826
Email: rachel@seahorsearts.co.uk

Beginners welcome to all events.


For more information, you can also visit:
https://www.facebook.com/heartlandstaichi/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/cornwalltaichi/
http://www.cornwalltaichi.co.uk/
http://www.seahorsearts.co.uk/what-is-tai-chi.php


Tai Chi is suitable for both men and women of all ages and levels of ability so you can train with your partner if you wish. We also have a range of online resources and videos to help you train at home in between classes.

Chi is the life force which our body uses to regenerate itself, so a strong Chi means that we age more slowly. The Chinese have a saying “Why wait till you’re thirsty to start digging a well?” This is the same philosophy of prevention which underpins Acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Studies have shown  Tai Chi  can help prevent the symptoms of heart disease, obesity, multiple sclerosis, ME or chronic fatigue syndrome, high blood pressure and stress.  It also improves balance and aids recovery from falls and injuries. Tai Chi exercises can also help recovery in cases of Alzheimer’s disease by increasing concentration as well as improving memory, sensitivity, co-ordination and awareness.

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