Tai Chi at the Brindley Arts Centre

July 12, 2010 · 2 comments

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Tai Chi on the Terrace.

Join us for a six week course of the wonderful Chinese self healing art of Tai Chi and Meditation on the terrace at the Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn.

This six week course is suitable for all levels, abilities and fitness from the total beginner to existing practitioners. Come along and try Tai Chi for the first time, learn a routine of healthy exercises for you to do at home, (ideal for releasing stiff joints and muscles while improving mobility and balance, relaxatiion, breathing, health and fitness). learn a meditation practice to enhance your moving exercises or as a stand alone practice.

Here is an opportunity for you to learn ancient Chinese health practices which have been carried out  daily in China for thousands of years.  

For booking your place and for further information please visit www.thebrindley.org.uk  

When?

July 27th – August 31st 2010

Time? 

12.30 – 13.30

Where?

The Brindley Art Centre, High Street,

 Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1BG

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1 Pam Abram August 24, 2010 at 3:28 pm

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I have found your website very interesting and am look forward to reading more informative items.
I am presently attending the new Tai Chi class at the Brindley Arts Centre which I am finding to be extremely beneficial for my health, helping me to relax and to be more able to cope with the stresses of life. Needless to say that I am thoroughly enjoying my Tai Chi class at the Brindley with Paul. Today was the fourth week of a six week course and already I have learnt Qigong exercises for health called ba-duan-jin, aswell as learning how to meditate. The Tai Chi & Qigong class is helping me to relax more but is also giving me much more energy,

Keep up the good work Paul.

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2 Sharon Owen November 17, 2010 at 7:38 pm

Tai Chi & Qigong at The Brindley Arts Centre Runcorn – Wednesdays

After recently suffering a heart attack I can highly recommend the practice of Tai Chi and Qigong, it’s soft flowing exercise are very beneficial for cardiac patients who are now able to exercise. Tai Chi and Qigong practice promotes relaxation, health and mobility, classes teach gentle movments which coordinate with gentle breathing exercises to improve our wellbeing and recovery.

Sharon.

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