TAI CHI for Health
A very gentle form of exercise involving slow flowing movements. It can be carried out sitting or standing and adapted to all levels of ability.
Beneficial for balance and prevention of falls, mobility and wellbeing.
Held in the main hall on Tuesdays term time:
Tai Chi for Health and Arthritis (TCA) or anyone:
Beginners class 10am. - 10.45am.
Advanced class 11am. - 11.45am.
Held in the main hall on Thursdays term time:
Tai Chi for Health and Parkinson's 12noon - 12.45pm
Contact: Sally Martin
Telephone: 07810 550 080
The Tai Chi for Health and arthritis programme was produced by Dr Paul Lam as part of the Tai Chi for Health Institute (www.taichiforhealthinstitute.org).
It was put together especially for people with arthritis, but as a neurological physiotherapist with a number of years' experience, I have seen the benefits of tai chi for many different conditions. It is proven to be one of the most effective exercises for physical and mental well being, integrating the body and mind.
Dr Paul Lam's weekend workshop in the UK, 2017: