Weekly Outdoor Beginners Class – September 2021

Starts Wednesday 1st September 2021 – 11:30am to 1:00pm
Partickhill Bowling & Community Club
46 Partickhill Rd, Glasgow G11 5BY  

Suitable for complete beginners and returning students. The September block will focus on learning and revising fundamental posture, breathing and movement exercises – and the first 8 movements of the 37 Tai Chi Form sequence. You can see the full 37 Form sequence demonstrated here.

Outdoor classes will run over the autumn, as the weather allows.

£45 (£35 low income)

4-Week Complete Beginners Courses (Online) – September 2021

Wednesdays from 1st September 2021 – 7pm to 8:15pm

Saturdays from 4th September 2021 – 11:30am to 12:45pm

A 4-week introductory course suitable for complete beginners or those with some experience.

The course will start from the very beginning, covering fundamental posture, breathing and movement exercises.
Students may attend one or both classes per week (same content), and will have access to recordings of each class via Dropbox.
September Course Dates:
Wednesdays – 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd  /  Saturdays – 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
£45 (£35 low income)


About Tai Chi & Qigong

Tai Chi (Taijiquan) is a mind-body practice originating from Chinese martial arts, which is widely practised for health and well-being. 

Qigong (Chi Kung) refers to a wider range of practices – which includes Tai Chi exercises, standing postures, movement & breathing exercises and meditation – with the aim of cultivating and balancing health and life energy (Qi). 

Benefits – Regular practice of Tai Chi & Qigong promotes general wellbeing through relaxation, body awareness, balance, posture, mobility, co-ordination, strength and stamina. As a mind-body practice, Tai Chi & Qigong can be approached as a mindful movement or moving meditation practice. These practices are increasingly recommended by health professionals and supported by research indicating numerous health benefits.

Enquiries and Bookings:

For bookings and further information contact Alan –

“Be still as a mountain, move like a great river.” Wu Yu-hsiang