Working in partnership with Age UK and Active Villages (East Devon) we’re delighted to announce a new Tai Chi Class for Over 50′s to be held at the Stowford Community Centre in Sidmouth. Running for an initial ten weeks, the class will be held between 3.30pm-4.30pm with the first two weeks being offered free as taster sessions. Beginners are encouraged to attend. If you would like further information or have any queries at all, please give us a call. The first class will be held on Tuesday 9th September.
New Class – Tai Chi for Over 50′s in Sidmouth
Workshops – Saturday 2nd August
10.00am-1.00pm Forms Practice (Laojia and Xinjia)
2.15pm-5.15pm Weapons Practice (Fans, Swords, Sabres, Spears and Gwan Dao)
Each workshop costs £20.
Tai Chi Workshops – Sat 5th July
Our next workshops will be held this Saturday 5th July at the St Thomas Centre, Exeter. All welcome, regardless of experience:
Tai Chi Workshops – Sat 7th June
Monthly Saturday workshops – 7th June 2014 at the St Thomas Centre, Exeter
10.00am-1.00pm Empty Hand Forms (Laojia & Xinjia)
2.15pm – 5.15pm Weapons (Fans, Swords and Spears)
All welcome, regardless of experience. Please contact us for further information.
Tai Chi Holiday
We’re off to Portugal today for a week for fun in the sun (aka a lot of training!). No classes during w/c 28th April. All classes will resume as normal from Tuesday 6th May.
Gaining Skill is the opposite of Gaining Fat; Fat is easy to gain and hard to lose; Skill is hard to acquire and easy to lose!
So, keep training hard!
Chen Masters coming to the UK
So many training options this year! Master Chen Xiao Wang will be in Reading May/June; Master Chen Xiao Xing in Bristol in October and Master Chen Bing is returning to Oxford in November!! How lucky are we??
Fri 14th Feb – class cancelled
Due to the worsening weather conditions, unfortunately we’re cancelling tonight’s class. We really cannot justify putting ourselves or you at risk to get to class. Take care out there! Helen
Workshops – Photos (Feb 14)
High quality students and training practice – photo quality not so good, but real progress made on the day!