About Tai Chi & Qigong

An embodied & principle based approach to Tai Chi & Qigong.


Weekly Online Classes

These classes offer an experiential and evolving approach that explores many aspects of Tai Chi & Qigong practice.


Complete Beginners: 4 Week Online Course – December 2020

An accessible, introductory 4 week online course for complete beginners.

Regular and returning students may also attend these classes to revise the foundations of the practice.

Wednesdays 7pm to 8.15pm

£40 / £30 low income*

December Course Dates – Wednesday 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd 

*If unable to attend live classes, there is the option to access the zoom recordings only (£35 / £25).

Ongoing Classes: For Beginners & Regulars

Weekly online classes suitable for complete beginners and regular students.

These classes explore an evolving Tai Chi & Qigong syllabus that has been developing over the past few years.

Thursdays – 10:30am to 12noon

Thursdays – 6:30pm to 8pm

Saturdays – 10:00am to 11:30am

Classes run on a monthly basis and cost £50 / £40 low income.

Taster Class Option (New Students)

First week of the month

£10 drop in to any class.

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 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 also increasingly recommended by health professionals and research suggests Tai Chi & Qigong can improve a variety of health conditions.

Enquiries and Bookings:

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

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