Category Date 1 March 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 really easy to grasp and practise outside of lessons.

 Our excellent tutor Paul Clayton will show you:

How to do some simple qi gong moves to get you energised and relaxed, some simple standing and sitting meditations. Starting moves in the Tai Chi Yang form maybe even some Taoist self-massage if there is time!

Come along, learn something new, get fit and make new friends.


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

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


3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th April.

Time: 10:30am – 11:30am


Greenwich West Community and Art Centre

141 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8JA


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

By bus

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

For further information on tai chi:

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