TAI CHI EXETER





Tai Chi & Qi Gong – Estuary Clinic

At the Estuary clinic we are tailoring our courses to fit people’s specific interests. Whilst people practise tai chi for different reasons most people benefit from these slow and relaxed movements. Tai chi and Qi gong are great ways to exercise because you can practice it in your front room at any age and you can continually get better at it. If tai chi or qigong is something you have always wanted to try then book in for a free taster session or contact us and join in on one of our courses.

What we Offer

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meditation

Why the Estuary Studio?


  • Team of Experienced & Knowledgable teachers
  • Professional excellence guaranteed
  • Maximum of 6 students per class enabling personal attention
  • Working within an integrated health team

What are the benefits?

There is considerable medical interest and research taking place on the possible benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi for health and well-being.

Indications are that it may:
– increase relaxation
– reduce stress
– improve breathing
– enhance coordination
– help maintain muscle strength
– strengthen the immune system
– improve fatigue, anxiety, and depression.

Tai Chi & Qi Gong

Tai Chi

tai chi exeterTai chi, also known as tai chi chuan, is a moving meditation involving deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements. Tai chi was developed for both defensive training and its health benefits in China in 13th-century. There are numerous styles and forms in Tai Chi. The forms consist of a sequence of transitional postures.

For class times please view timetable 

Qigong

qi gong exeterQigong is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In a Qigong class you learn gentle flowing movements, breath regulation, mindfulness and meditation, energy cultivation including self-massage, and an emphasis on peace and relaxation.
Many Qigong movements are older than Tai Chi, and some of them have been incorporated into the Tai Chi form. Qigong tends to be easier to learn than Tai Chi and Qigong can be practiced standing or sitting down for those who cannot stand for a whole class.

For class times please view timetable 

Please check with your doctor before starting a class if you have a medical condition.


Want to join a Class?

View our timetable and keep up to date with our Tai Chi and qiqong classes

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