Newport Tai Chi Winter Spring 2020

Join our community Tai Chi and Qigong class in Newport town centre on the Isle of Wight. Open to all levels and abilities, these classes are for the casual learner, there is no need to book, simply turn up on the day. Enjoy an hour of energising whole body movements, deep breathing and mindful body awareness.


Winter – Spring Term 2020

Dates: 7 January to 11 February 2020 ( 6 weeks)

Dates: 25 February to 7 April 2020 (7 weeks)

No Class: 18 February 2020 (half term), 14 April 2020 (Easter)

Day: Tuesdays

Time: 1.00pm – 2.00pm

Duration: One hour.

Cost: £6 for everyone, drop-in.


These lessons will include:


TERMS

Payment Method: Cash on the day. Please try to bring the correct change.

Address: Newport Methodist Church, The Main Hall, Quay St, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5BA. Click here for a map.

Suited to: No experience necessary, beginners welcome. Open to all abilities no matter fitness level or physical restriction.

Ages: Our students range from the age of 18 to 91. Some students will stand and move throughout the class, some will be seated throughout, and others will use chairs when needed. The majority of Tai Chi and Qigong movements can be adapted. Please note some parts of the class syllabus will include walking and stepping movements which are performed standing up.

Instructor: Nicola of Earth Balance Tai Chi.

Contact: 07464 831 109 or through the contact form.

More Details: Visit the Newport community class webpage.

What to expect: Find out more about casual study Tai Chi and Qigong classes here.

FAQ Guide: New student FAQs.

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