Tai Chi Ealing

Ealing Tai Chi

Our Tai Chi classes are highly promoted for its health benefits, often it’s called meditation in motion. In deeper levels of Tai Chi, every movement of the sequence has a meaning, a proper alignment of the body, a pattern of breathing and an intention of the mind. Learning Tai Chi and understanding the purpose behind each movement become more and more important as a student progresses into deeper, more advanced stages of training. At advanced levels, Tai Chi also becomes a complete martial arts system. Tai Chi Chuan can explain how to control your entire body, power and mental capabilities to a level you’ve never experienced before. Read more…

 

 

 

TAI CHI EALING classes

Yang style Tai Chi

Mondays and Thurdays

7.30pm-9pm

 

Levels:

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

FIRST SESSION FREE
 
 
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