Tai Chi consists of a series of slow, stylised, dance-like movements which are practised in sequence. Stilling the mind as well as benefiting the body, and practised daily by millions worldwide, evidence shows that it:
- is of great benefit in improving balance and increasing muscle strength
- can benefit the heart and circulatory systems
- can significantly reduce stress
- can enhance well-being
It is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence as a useful part of any Falls Prevention programme.
Chen Style taught by Ian Deavin BSc, CIAA cert, TCUGB, recognised BCCMA
Yang Style taught by Richard Lang MA UKCP
Please read this further information about T’ai Chi
|T’ai Chi for Falls Prevention||Mondays||12.30-13.30|
|T’ai Chi Yang Style Long & Sword Form||Tuesdays||17.15-18.45|
|T’ai Chi Chen Style Long Form||Thursdays||20.00-21.30|
T’AI CHI FOR FALLS PREVENTION
Mondays 12:30 – 13:30
T’ai Chi is an ancient form of gentle stylised movement well known for its ability to strengthen leg muscles, improve balance, still the mind and enhance general health.
COST £6 per session