Suffolk Tai Chi Academy New Class - Mon 10 Sep 10:30-11.30am

by Alan Comber

Suffolk Tai Chi Academy

We have, over the last five years successfully established 16 classes in Melton, Ufford, Witnesham, Eyke, Kesgrave, Henley, Saxmundham, Southwold & Woodbridge.

Recently there has been a lot of publicity in the media about the advantages of practising Tai Chi. Some of our Instructors have over 20 years experience in this form.

Now, due to local demand, we are starting a new beginners class at the Kesgrave Scouts Hall, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave, IP5 1JF on Monday 10th September 2018 at 10:30-11:30 am. £3.50 per class.

The maximum class size has to be limited to 20 so please reserve your place.

Comfortable clothing and flat shoes are all that's needed, together with a willingness to learn a system that will benefit the rest of your life.

We start by teaching

  • Master Moy's Short set.
  • Some Tai Chi exercises
  • How Tai Chi affects the body

None of our classes is rushed, learning Tai Chi is a gentle process.

Absolute beginners will notice beneficial results whilst learning.

Remembering the routine is not essential. There are always experienced practitioners to follow.

For more details on the new Kesgrave class contact:

Dawn & Ray Norris Tel. 01394 383076

Email: suffolktaichi@gmail.com

 

A Community not for profit Group

Last Year 2017/18 we raised £8000.00 for charity

this was divided between:-

  • Jetty Lane Community Hall Charity Woodbridge
  • Blue Cross Animal Rescue Ipswich
  • Headway Ipswich
  • Parkinsons UK Ipswich
  • Lighthouse Womens support Ipswich
  • Stroke Association Felixstowe
  • Melton Brownes
  • Kesgrave scouts
  • MacMillan Cancer Support
  • St Elizabeth Hospice

www.suffolktaichiacademy.uk

 

The gentle Tai Chi movements stretch the muscles, tendons, and ligaments in a natural way, resulting in more flexibility, looser joints and a feeling of relaxation. Tai Chi is generally suitable for all ages and abilities. Studies have shown that Tai Chi can help people to reduce stress, improve balance and mobility, increase muscle strength and mindfulness. You should leave our classes feeling more relaxed having improved your flexibility, balance and in a great frame of mind.”

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