Classes

 

It is possible to join one of our running classes. Please contact us to schedule a free trial lesson. We are staying 10 minutes after the class with people who joined in the middle of the course to help them to catch up on the form. 

 
  • Introduction to Tai Chi for Health and Energy course. Partially seated class. Monday 4:30 - 5:30 pm. Organised by Huntingdon & Peterborough Federation Of Womens Institutes, 6A Walden Rd, Huntingdon PE29 3AZ. Pre-booking is essential. To secure your place, please contact us and we will share with you the details of the organiser from the Federation Of Womens Institutes, or you can contact WI directly - 01480 453137 Tues & Thurs 9 - 3 and Weds 9 - 1.

  • Monday 5:45 - 6:45 pm in Huntingdon Methodist Church Hall, 17 High St, Huntingdon PE29 3TJ. Tai Chi (mostly seated) for rehabilitation. Sponsored by HCCN Charity. HCCN kindly agreed for people outside of HCCN organisation to participate.

  • Monday 7:00 - 8:00 pm in Huntingdon Methodist Church Hall, 17 High St, Huntingdon PE29 3TJ. Tai Chi for Health and Energy. Sponsored by HCCN Charity. HCCN kindly agreed for people outside of HCCN organisation to participate. A free introductory session on 7 Sep 2020. Please contact to book.

  • Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:00 pm in Great Cambourne (contact for the address). Tai Chi for Health and Energy. A free introductory session on 8 Sep 2020. Please contact to book.

  • Tuesdays 7:15 - 8:45 pm in Great Cambourne (contact for the address). In this class we explore Chi Kung, Lao Jia Yi Lu Chen style form, push hands.

  • Friday 7:00 - 8:00 pm in Priory Junior School, Longsands Rd, Saint Neots PE19 1TF. Tai Chi for Health and Energy. A free introductory session on 11 Sep 2020. Please contact to book.

  • Saturdays 10:00 - 11:30 am in Great Cambourne (contact for the address). In this class we explore Chi Kung, 37 Yang Style form, push hands.

  • Private sessions. This is a great opportunity to study the subjects of your inspiration while having the full of the instructor's attention. 

School syllabus is comprised of different tools to experience Tai Chi principles, and explore and develop ourselves using the Art of Tai Chi Chuan. And, obviously, all of our practices share one thing in common - great fun :-).

  • Chi Kung: 8 pieces of brocade

  • Chi Kung: 5 elements

  • Seated Tai Chi

  • Tai Chi for Health and Energy

  • Yang style 24 form

  • Reeling silk drills

  • Chen style 19 Form

  • Chen style Laojia Yilu form

  • Chen style Laojia Erlu form

  • Chen style Broadsword

  • Chen style Sword

  • Huang Sheng Shyan's Yang style system:

    • 5 loosening exercises

    • 37 form

    • partner work 

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