Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese art thought to have been developed by the Taoist monk Zhang Sanfeng in the 12th century, has evolved over the years into a highly effective means of combatting stress and anxiety. The comparatively easy turning and stretching in each of the movements can also have positive effects on balance control, fitness, strength and flexibility. Tai Chi is often referred to as a form of “meditation in motion” that promotes serenity and inner peace.
Regular twice-weekly Taoist Tai Chi sessions are held at the Millennium Memorial Hall organised by experienced local volunteer instructors:
Everyone is welcome to come and try Taoist Tai Chi at either of these sessions. Membership of the Taoist Tai Chi society costs £22.00 per month (£17.00 for seniors). A special 4-month beginner membership costs £65.00 (£50.00) and includes a free T-shirt. Call 01295 710213 for more information.
Call a local instructor on 01295 710213 for more information on Taoist Tai Chi sessions in King’s Sutton (or use the link below to email). Click here for general information on Taoist Tai Chi.blog comments powered by Disqus