Walking on Air: An Introduction to T’ai Chi
T’ai Chi is a sequence of slow motion, flowing steps, which originated in China. It is movement for health. The soft steps and gestures of T’ai Chi, and its companion Chi Kung (“breathing skill”), are designed to stimulate a healthy flow of blood and energy around the body – keeping the joints lubricated, the muscles elastic, and the mind refreshed and uplifted. Because the movements are so gentle, they can be performed by adults of all ages. T’ai Chi is good for the breath, for balance, and for a general feeling of calm and wellbeing. Come and try it: it’s a peaceful and lovely thing!
Course Format: Short course made up of 3 Saturday daytime sessions
Dates: 2 Mar, 9 Mar & 16 Mar
Times: 11am – 1pm
You can take part in one, two or all three sessions to learn different techniques. Please book the number of sessions you want to take part in.
Price: You pay what you decide. You decide how much you will pay after you have taken part.
There is a very limited capacity. To register your place on the course please click on the BUY button below (no payment will be taken at the time of booking).
Once you have booked onto the course Slung Low will follow up before the start of the term to say hello, give you some more details of what to expect on the day, and to answer any questions you may have.