Summer Course 2022 in West Cornwall

Tai Chi Summer Course

We will be doing our three weeks Summer Course starting on Monday 25th July with a week of Tai Chi at Sennen beach in Cornwall. Open to beginners, intermediate and advanced students.

Tai Chi week is 25th to 29th July 2022 at Sennen beach

Kung Fu week is 1st to 5th August at Sennen beach

Health and Massage is 8th to 12th August at Boswedden House
If it rains we will be at St John’s in the Fields church in St Ives.

Tai Chi day course at St Agnes club

Tai Chi day course in Cornwall

Beginners are welcome

Saturday 18th June

St Agnes miners institute

10am – 4pm

Tai Chi Easter Course 2022 in St Ives

The Easter Course 2022 is hosted by the St Ives Tai Chi club

The Easter Course starts on Easter Monday 18th April to Friday 22nd April 2022

10am – 4pm each day

at St John’s-in-the-fields church, Parc An Stamps, St Ives TR26 2FB

Discounts are available for students

A new Tai Chi club in St Agnes

St Agnes Tai Chi club is now open at the Miners and mechanics institute, Vicarage Rd, Saint Agnes TR5 0TL

Every Saturday morning 9:30-11am from Saturday 15th January 2022

Beginners are welcome

Price £7

A new Tai Chi club for St Ives

Rachel has opened a new Tai Chi class in St Ives at

St John’s in the fields church, Parc an Stamps, Halestown, Saint Ives TR26 2FB

Please note this term’s classes will be on Tuesday evenings 7:30-9pm from Tuesday 18th January 2022.

The class is £10 per week, discounts are available if you book 4 or 8 weeks.

The class includes free access to daily Zoom lessons and 360° Youtube videos

Beginners are welcome

Book now…

St John’s in the fields church, St Ives

New Falmouth Tai Chi Club

A new club has opened in Falmouth offering Tai Chi and Qigong evening classes at Falmouth Marine School in Killigrew street every Wednesday evening 6:30-8:00pm.

Spring term 2022 starts on Wednesday 19th January.

  • 40% discount for students
  • Pay on the day or up to 25% discount for block booking
  • Beginners are welcome

Book your place now…

Tai Chi teachers’ Summer training camp at Sennen Cove

Summer Course in Cornwall 2021

There will be a week of Tai Chi in Cornwall from 26th-30th July, 9am to 4pm.
Due to the ongoing concerns regarding the pandemic this year’s course will be an outdoor event, weather permitting.

Venue: Sennen Cove beach.

Week two is kung fu also at Sennen Cove beach 2nd-6th August.

Week three is Traditional Chinese Medicine self-learning and energy meridian massage, we will be looking at Coronavuris prevention and treatment.

This course is at Boswedden House 9th-13th August 10am-4pm.

Summer term 2021 course at Heartlands

Rachel will be starting her Summer term course at Heartlands on Tuesday 15th June through to 20th July, the course is six weeks from 7pm to 8:30pm each Tuesday evening.

You can pay per class (£8) when you arrive or save money by booking all six weeks in advance for £42.

Click here to book your place now…

Lockdown Tai Chi

Online classes every day with Zoom

We are offering Free of charge online Tai Chi lessons every day with Zoom.

There are three classes a day, one at 10:00 and another at 15:00 and one at 19:00 (UTC+1). If you are interested in joining please register on our Association’s website. The classes are free of charge, but if you wish to make a donation we recommend £8 for one week, £28 for four weeks, or £48 for eight weeks. You can attend once a week, every day, or as often as you like, each class lasts for an hour. Please sign in a few minutes before the class starts if you want to ask any questions or get your video and audio set up.

Spring Term 2020 Tai Chi day at Heartlands Chy An Bobel Community Hall

Cornwall Tai Chi will be hosting a day of T’ai Chi at the Heartlands Hall on
Saturday 7th March 2020 from 10am to 5pm (lunch 1-2pm)
The cost will be £45 (£40 if you book in advance/ £25 half day)

  • 10am – Warming up. We perform a special sequence of exercises that loosen the joints and gently stimulate the muscles and tendons.
  • 11:30am – Tea break, tea will be available
  • 11:45am – Partner work. Learning how to overcome stress is one of the most important factors in learning to relax and promote the free-flowing of energy in the body. Stress burns up too much energy and causes the body to age too quickly so we take practical steps to deal with it through partner exercises like sticky hands. You make contact with your partner’s arms and move in a circular fashion gently testing each other’s balance. With practice you learn how to relax and not tense when someone is pushing you, this skill can then be transferred into a host of other situations including self-defence training.
  • 1-2pm – Lunch break. Bring a packed lunch or you can go to the nearby Red River Cafe.
  • 2-3:30pm – Qigong exercises and energy exercises in pairs.
  • 3:30pm – Afternoon tea break.
  • 3:45-5pm – T’ai Chi form. A meditative sequence of slow movements.

You can see some videos of our courses and classes and the various exercises we learn in T’ai Chi on our Youtube channel.