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Silver Tai Chi Intermediates

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Tai Chi is the Chinese art of systematic body movement designed to achieve physical, mental and spiritual harmony. This course will give you a step by step guide to achieving calm, fitness and balance and can also be practised for its health benefits including:

  • Improves posture, flexibility and balance.
  • Reduces stress and promotes mental wellbeing.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Strengthens and tones muscles.
  • Increase energy levels.
  • Can help to control Type 2 diabetes.

Each class begins with meditation and moves on to a series of gentle exercises moving on to practice the form (routine) and end with breathing exercises. This class caters for those who have gained an understanding of the basics of Tai Chi. There are qualified assistant instructors who help with training.

"Friendly atmosphere, pleasant company, enjoyable tuition." Silver Tai Chi participant

Looking for a lovely cuppa after your weekly session?

No 60 offers the perfect place to relax after you’ve done the hard work in your Tai Chi session. Catch up with friends over a cuppa after the class while you take a break, and give your legs a rest in No 60, our cafe bar. We have a great range of teas, coffees and snacks which are ideal to enjoy over a good catch up.

You can reserve a table by contacting the No 60 team via no.60@arconline.co.uk now.

 

 

 

ARC’s Silver Programme is supported by a Cultural Volunteers scheme which helps participants to attend and participate in over 50s activity.  For more information and to meet our current volunteers, please click here.

 

Quotes: 
"Friendly atmosphere, pleasant company, enjoyable tuition." Silver Tai Chi participant

Book Tickets Full Schedule

Mondays

1.30pm

Today's Price:
F: £3

Led by: 
Ken Hornung

Running time:
1hr