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Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi

"I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed my first class this week.  I felt so at peace with myself afterwards and this lasted all day".
- Sue, Wilton

Our most popular classes are called "Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi". The movements are performed with music and are relaxing and easy to follow. The way we teach this in daytime classes makes it a very accessible, low impact exercise class with many health benefits. In our evening classes Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is taught with a focus on being both a stand alone exercise class and also a useful foundation for learning a traditional tai chi form with us.

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Sun Style Tai Chi

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Tai Chi for Arthritis (TCA) and Tai Chi for Health (TCH) are specially designed programme by Dr Paul Lam (a family doctor and tai chi master) for people with joint pain and health issues. Based on Sun style Tai Chi, the special features of this unique programme make it easy to learn, enjoyable, and provides many health benefits in a relatively short period of time. We are curently teaching this style in St Leonards and St Ives, Dorset - see the diary.

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Five Section Taijiquan

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The Five Section Taijiquan program material is designed to be flexible and fun, ideal for beginners to get a well grounded introduction to traditional Tai Chi, who may then decide to take on the more difficult challenges of the full curriculum. It is also possible within this curriculum to just focus on one aspect of Tai Chi that you are particularly interested in, e.g. solo sword, without having to commit to learning the partner work.

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