Beginners Classes – October 2021
Suitable for anyone completely new to Tai Chi & Qigong and those with some prior experience.
Weekly Outdoor Class
Starts Wednesday 6th October 2021 – 11:30am to 1:00pm
Partickhill Bowling & Community Club
46 Partickhill Rd, Glasgow G11 5BY
Suitable for complete beginners and returning students. The October 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, demonstrated here.
Outdoor classes will continue over the autumn, as far as the weather allows!
4-Week Complete Beginners Course (Online)
Wednesdays from 6th October 2021 – 7pm to 8:30pm
Saturdays from 9th October 2021 – 11:30am to 1:00pm
A 4-week introductory course suitable for complete beginners.
Students wishing to attend both the outdoor and online beginners courses can do so for £55 / £45 all inclusive.
Monthly Outdoor Workshop
A monthly outdoor class for beginners and regular students.
Qigong Class (Online)
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About Tai Chi & Qigong
Tai Chi (Taijiquan) is a mind-body practice originating from Chinese ‘internal’ 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 health and vitality.
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.
“Be still as a mountain, move like a great river.” Wu Yu-hsiang