Tai Chi

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Date/Time

Date(s) - 05/08/2017
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Colin Hughes runs this popular programme 9am until 10am on Saturday mornings.

Clear your mind for this relaxing session.

Tai Chi is a form of gentle exercise, based upon the Chinese martial art Tai Chi Chuan, which aims to coordinate body, mind and breath to promote health, well being and vitality. This class is meditative, calming and relaxing, aiming to: relieve stress; improve postural awareness; mindfully, naturally and gently mobilise all joints and connective tissues; promote physical, mental and emotional balance; develop the ability to concentrate; encourage improved coordination; and develop overall health promoting fitness without strain. Tai Chi is proven to help with many chronic health conditions, and this class is designed to be accessible, safe and effective for most people.

  • Colin Hughes has been instructing exercise for health classes for over 30 years, and for the past 15 years has focused on teaching tai chi, qigong and meditation for health in university and local community settings.
  • Doors open at 06:50 pm and participants are encouraged to come early for a prompt start at 07:00 pm.
  • Wear comfortable clothing that allows a range of movement, and flat unrestrictive footwear without thick or rigid soles, or heels. To register and ask any questions please e-mail Colin on colin.hughes.highpeak@gmail.com or phone him on 01663 741124.

 

 

All proceeds donated to Spring Bank Arts and WaterAid (requested donation £5)

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