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Angela's Tai Chi School

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese Philosophy/Art that uses exercise and meditation to improve the health of the mind, body and spirit.

Tai Chi is practised all around the world. Those who do Tai Chi find it relaxing and meditative. People I have taught have reported such benefits as improved blood pressure, improvement in sleeping, reduction of pain in conditions such as arthritis, general health and wellbeing, improved immune system and relief from back and neck problems. 

I run classes face to face or online (via Zoom).  Full details can be found on the classes page of the website.  In July 2022 I will be running a summer school for six weeks which includes a brand new taster course for beginners.  There are also other sessions that are suitable whether you have done Tai Chi before or not.  You can check on all the details by clicking here   You will be able to book from there too or email me with any questions you may have.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Angela Howarth
Contact Position
Instructor owner
Telephone
E-mail
angela@angelataichi.co.uk
Website
Angela's Tai Chi School

Where to go

Name
Various venues and online
Notes

I deliver from venues in the north and south of the city.  Visit my website for full details.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Thursday daytime and Tuesday evening (Online only)
Time of day
Evening
Morning
Session Information
There are sessions that are suitable for beginners. Contact me for full details

Other Details

Costs

Details
One Zoom session per week is charged at £15 per month. There are no refunds for missed sessions. If there were multiple sessions you wished to attend then the monthly amount would increase. Details from me upon request.

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

Some of my newcomers are referred to ATCS via a local charity. If your charity would like to be able to offer Tai Chi and/or Qigong to its service users please contact me via email for further details.


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