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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. 

Currently due to Covid 19 classes are being held on Zoom.  There are sessions on there that are suitable for beginners and if you are interested in accessing an online session please email me or phone me.

Full details of the Zoom classes are on my website

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
Notes

Currently there are no classes running in any venues.  Please contact me or check out the website for updates.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Thursday
Time of day
Afternoon
Evening
Morning
Session Information
All beginner sessions are one hour in duration. Please visit the website for specific days and times.
Currently all newcomers are signposted to the Zoom sessions (with effect from September 2020)

Other Details

Costs

Details
We now offer payment plans. This means you have the option of paying as you go (£7ph); paying monthly at the start of each month (£6ph) or paying quarterly (£5ph). It is possible to switch between the different options during the year.

Availability

Referral required
No
Other notes

If you wish to join a weekly class please note that there are specific start dates which can be found on my website.  There is a contact form on the website to register your interest.

I also do one off taster sessions and have worked with a number of organisations to bring Tai Chi to staff, pupils and service users.  Contact me if your organisation or workplace would like to try a taster session in Tai Chi.


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