Tai Chi


Tai chi, which originated in China as a martial art, is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).
Tai chi is sometimes referred to as "moving meditation"—practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply.

There are many different styles, but all involve slow, relaxed, graceful movements, each flowing into the next. The body is in constant motion, and posture is important.

The term "tai chi" (shortened from "tai chi chuan") has been translated in various ways, such as "internal martial art" and "supreme ultimate fist." It is sometimes called "taiji" or "taijiquan."

It started as a martial art and a means of self-defense. Over time, people began to use it for health purposes as well.

Tai Chi is proven to be the most effective co-ordination and balance enhancer in the world. Harmonise your body, mind and spirit through moving meditation, creating a more sound body, creative mind and re-energised spirit.


Tuesday: 2:30pm - 4pm
Venue: Sybil Thorndike House, Kramer Mews, London SW5 9JG
£2 per class

Please Note: You do not need to book a place in the class just come along on the day wearing comfortable clothing.