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June 5, 2018

Learning Tai Chi

Filed under: Sports,United Kingdom — Tags: , , , , — needahand @ 12:15 pm

Learning Tai Chi – It is always great to learn something new and if it also has health benefits then it is even better. One of those pastimes that has just grown and grown in popularity in recent years is Tai Chi, an historic martial art that has been around for many centuries. Part of Tai Chi’s appeal to the masses is that it is so slow moving and sedate that everybody feels that they could manage it with ease. No hectic, fast paced movements with Tai Chi, just controlled movements and exercises that can greatly help with such things as stress and anxiety and can also improve flexibility, balance, posture, concentration and spacial awareness. Tai Chi is also known to help with pain relief and may aid recovery from a number of illnesses. Tai Chi is great for meditation and is often called the moving meditation because pupils are actually moving as they are meditating, albeit slowly. Tai Chi is also a great way to meet new people and generally improve your lifestyle in a safe relaxed way. Tai Chi can be used as a form of self-defence so has added benefits apart from those relating to health and wellness. If you have a Tai Chi school near you, it would be a great idea to get signed up and try it for yourself some time soon. If you find that you want to take things a little further you can graduate to the self-defence side of Tai Chi and even learn some disciplines which involve the use of weapons.

More info here: http://www.taichief.uk

September 16, 2016

Tai Chi Classes

Filed under: Services,United Kingdom — Tags: , , , — needahand @ 3:51 pm

Tai Chi Classes – A unique and ancient noncombative martial art developed in China during the 13th Century, Tai Chi is nowadays practised by enthusiasts all over the world, seeking to gain the well-reported health benefits which can be achieved by taking part in this fascinating activity. A gentle, slow-moving and flowing set of movements are used to achieve a harmony of mind and body, resulting in increased spiritual awareness and (it is claimed) a longer life. Should you want to practise Tai Chi, you should look for a local class in your area (there are plenty ot choose from in most areas of the UK). Look for one which offers “taster” lessons so you can try the activity out before committing yourself to a course of lessons.

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