West Berkshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire
Tai Chi MartialArtForm is proud to serve the Hampshire and Berkshire community. We’re committed to not only providing balanced mindful classes but also quality of life.
I have courses online for you to download or watch via this site within the store.
Return June 8th.
Monday: 10:30, 11:30, 12:30
Wednesday: 09:30, 10:30
Friday: 09:00, 10:00, 11:00
Due to the Virus. We as a community have been asked to stop non-essential contact with others.
Please communicate with me, if you have any questions. 07562655877.
Starts after the Virus has passed in Highclere's Westridge Studio
Andover Road, Highclere, Hampshire, RG20 9QS
Depending on Hungerford Summer Festival is running.
The Full Story
Tai Chi is a sophisticated art form based on martial arts - now we use it to improve health and energy derived from essential Tai Chi principles. Based on the Sun style of Tai Chi, Tai Chi For Health is easy to learn, effective and safe. It aims to improve flexibility, muscle strength, increases heart/lung activity, aligns posture, improves balance, and integrates the mind and body.
Mindfulness and relaxation of the joints can be achieved through steady progression and perseverance, ideally practicing daily.
From June 8th.
ALL CLASSES RUN THROUGH ZOOM
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12:30 24 Forms
Thursday: 12:00 24 Forms
Friday: 09:00 Beginners,
11:00 24 Forms
Sunday: 10:00 Open
How does Tai Chi work?
Every week the class includes warm up and cool down exercises as well as a progressive form that evolves over a 6 week period. Every week adding a new form into a flowing group of movements to complete the group of six and this will enhance everyday quality of life. Mindfulness and relaxation of the joints will be achieved through progression and perserverance.
Giving you part of a whole 12 step form. The first 6 forms are taught as the first group and following 6 classes as form 7-12 continue as a second block. Either or both can be repeated indefinitely.
Please take note of which form we will be teaching every week and ideally come for the full 6 week group.
Teachers often instruct to focus the mind, controlling thoughts and emotions. Re aligning mind and body.
This can be considered to be related to a higher state or awareness.
ALL CLASSES CANCELLED until further notice.
Or see LIVE FB and Instagram posts.
NOW NEW LIVE CLASSES
Monday 10:30, 11:30, 12:30
Wednesday 09:30, 10:30
Friday 09:00, 10:00, 11:00
Aiming to keep classes closely in line with previous timetabled classes.
Monday 14:00 Beginners & 15:00 Advanced.
Thatcham Parish Hall. Chapel Street, Thatcham, RG19 4GP
Thursday 13:30 Harris Mind and Body Church Lane, RG19 3PN
Monday 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 Nuffield Health RG14 7PN (members)
Wednesday 13:30 Speen Hall, Speen Lane (alternate weeks 13.11.19)
Thursday 12:00 David Lloyd, Monks Lane, RG14 7RW (members)
Friday 09:00, 10:00 Coronation Hall,
18 Inkpen Road, RG17 9XJ
Monday 18:30 Savernake View, Salisbury Road, SN8 1NE
Wednesday 09:45 Meeting House, The Parade, Marlborough SN8 1NE
Friday 12:00 (First class 24.4.2020) Westridge Studio
Andover Road, Highclere, RG20 9QS
A day workshop to provide joy and relaxation. (Optional half day)
whilst discovering your creative potential.
Qi Gong is a Chinese practice of body posture
and movement, breathing, and meditation used
for the purposes of health, spirituality, practiced
standing or seated as necessary.
We will be responding to Harp being played by
Eleanor Prout. Whilst using Chinese brushes,
charcoal, inks, and many local natural materials.
Mark making, observation and responding to a
given subject and environment, technically and
June: Hungerford Summer Festival. Details to come.
Qi-gong and creative awareness workshop. For any ability.
Using natural elements to discover or restore your creative self.
Releasing physical and mental blockages to gain energy and open the gates of your creative self.
Mark making, looking, responding to a given subject and environment. Experimenting with materials.
No experience necessary.
Using Chinese brushes, charcoal, inks, and many other local natural materials.
Working on paper and adapted local materials.