Classes

Taster Classes – Beginners Courses – Ongoing Classes – Monthly Workshops – 1 to 1 Tuition


Complete Beginners: 4 Week Course (November 2020)

An accessible, introductory 4 week course for complete beginners.

Wednesdays 7pm to 8.15pm

£40 / £30 low income

November Course Dates – Wednesday 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th 


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.

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


Class Timetable

Thursdays – 10:30am to 12noon

Thursdays – 6:30pm to 8pm

Saturdays – 10:00am to 11:30am

There is flexibility to attend any class, and access to recordings of each session for one week, to watch again or download.


Taster Class Option (New Students)

Drop in to any class during first week of the block:
November – Wednesday 4th, Thursday 5th or Saturday 7th – Cost £10


November Class Dates (x12):

Thursday 5th – 10:30 am / 6:30pm
Saturday 7th – 10:00am
Thursday 12th –  10:30 am / 6:30pm
Saturday 14th – 10:00am
Thursday 19th  –  10:30 am / 6:30pm
Saturday 21st – 10:00am
Thursday 26th –  10:30 am / 6:30pm
Saturday 28th – 10:00am*

*Last Saturday class of block is a 2 hour form workshop (10am to 12noon)


Flexible Attendance

Students have the option of attending any classes during the block.


Monthly Workshops

In person workshops currently on hold – 2021 workshop details to follow soon.
 

1 to 1 Tuition

I offer a limited number of 1 to 1 sessions as follows:

1 hour – £50       45 minutes – £40       30 minutes – £30

2 to 1 and small group sessions also available (+£10 per person).


Bookings, Enquiries and Payment

For class bookings and enquiries contact alan.skirving@gmail.com

Payment can be made by cheque, cash or BACS (bank transfer). 


What to bring to class

Tai Chi & Qigong can be practised in any comfortable clothing that you can move freely in, with or without shoes. Flat shoes are generally better, as they help you feel the connection with the ground. You may want to have some water to drink during breaks.