Tai Chi & Qigong in Glasgow


Taster Classes, Complete Beginners Courses, Follow-On and Intermediate Classes

Tai Chi & Qigong Classes at Arlington Baths Club and In The Moment Centre in the West End of Glasgow, near City Centre.


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 – including standing postures, movement & breathing exercises and meditation – with the goal of cultivating and balancing life energy (Qi). 

Benefits – Regular practice of Tai Chi & Qigong promotes relaxation, body awareness, balance, mobility, co-ordination, strength and stamina. These practices are increasingly recommended by health professionals as research suggests Tai Chi & Qigong can improve a variety of health conditions.


Introduction to Tai Chi & Qigong

A taster class for complete beginners. This class provides an introduction and overview of Tai Chi and Qigong.

Sunday 3rd November 2019 – 10:30am to 12:30pm  

Arlington Baths, Reading Room, 61 Arlington Street, Glasgow, G3 6DT

£20 (£15 low income)


Beginners Courses – November 2019

An introductory course for complete beginners. This course provides a foundation in Tai Chi and Qigong practice. Students can later attend  follow on and intermediate classes.  

Students can attend classes on different days if unable to make the same class each week

Saturdays from 9th November – 10:30am to 11:45am 

Arlington Baths, Reading Room, 61 Arlington Street, Glasgow, G3 6DT

5 Weeks – £55 (£50 low income)

Wednesdays from 13th November – 7pm to 8:15pm 

Arlington Baths, Reading Room, 61 Arlington Street, Glasgow, G3 6DT

4 Weeks – £45 (£40 low income)

Thursdays from 14th November – 6pm to 7:15pm 

In The Moment Centre, 72 Berkeley Street, Glasgow, G3 7DS

4 Weeks – £45 (£40 low income)


Bookings and Payment:

For bookings and further information contact Alan –  alan.skirving@gmail.com


Alan Skirving practising Tai Chi at Loch Voil

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