Category Date 11 September 2018

Tai chi is a graceful and slow series of continuous movements in a form that enhances good balance and health. It has a learning curve depending on what you want out of it; the session starts with Qi Gong (Chee gong) as a warm up. This is a series of very slow exercises that cultivates good posture, breath, and all round good health. You may even be surprised that some exercises are part of the system. This is a lot easier to learn, as there is no set routine, and the exercises can be easy to grasp and practise outside of lessons.

Please note:

Wear loose fitting/comfortable clothes and shoes for these sessions.

This activity is aimed at people with all levels of fitness.

When:

11th September 2018 (every Tuesday for 6 weeks)

Time: 11am – 12pm.

Where:

Greenwich West Community and Art Centre

141 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8JA

Travel:

Greenwich British rail, and DLR station is a 2-minute walk from the centre.

By bus

Bus 177 passes the building; 180,199,386 stops close to the centre.

For further information on tai chi:

https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/fitness/Pages/taichi.aspx

To register your interest please phone the office on 020 3815 3660 or Hassan on 07811 808145