Category: Cornwall Tai Chi

  • Summer Solstice Tai Chi

    Summer Solstice Tai Chi

    The Falmouth T’ai Chi club is hosting a Summer term Day of T’ai Chi on Saturday 22nd June 11am to 4pm The Zedshed, Jubilee Wharf, Commercial Road, Penryn TR10 8FG This Day is open to everyone who wants to find out what Tai Chi is all about whether it is your first time or for…

  • Easter course in St Ives

    Easter course in St Ives

    1st-5th April at St John’s-in-the fields church, Parc an Stamps, Saint Ives TR26 2FB Accommodation is available if you book early Contact us Easter Course map Our Easter Course last year in the stunning new venue at the St-john’s-in-the-fields church in St Ives was such a success we are doing it all over again this…

  • Tai Chi diversity

    Tai Chi diversity

    For many in the West, the image of Tai Chi often conjures up a group of elderly Chinese individuals practicing fluid movements in a park at dawn. This perception, while partly true, is deeply rooted in historical contexts and doesn’t give justice to the art’s universality and extensive benefits. So, is Tai Chi just for…

  • Summer Course in Cornwall

    Summer Course in Cornwall

    This Course will be over Three Weeks It will be held either on a Beach or in a Hall weather-dependent. Tai Chi Week Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August 2024 Each day will be 10 a.m to 4 p.m Kung Fu Week Monday 5th August to Friday 9th August 2024 10 a.m to 4…

  • FAQ


    Here are the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Tai Chi along with their answers: General Questions Tai Chi Practice Tai Chi Techniques Tai Chi Styles Tai Chi Instructors Conclusion Tai Chi is a wonderful practice for both physical and mental health and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. With the…

  • The Science of Tai Chi: Research and Evidence

    The Science of Tai Chi: Research and Evidence

    Tai Chi is a form of soft internal style martial arts that has gained widespread popularity across the world in recent years. It is a low-impact, meditative practice that has been found to have numerous physical, mental, and emotional benefits. Many people may be drawn to Tai Chi due to its reputation for reducing stress…

  • Top ten reasons for doing Tai Chi

    Top ten reasons for doing Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that has become popular worldwide for its numerous health benefits. With its gentle, flowing movements, Tai Chi is a low-impact exercise that is suitable for people of all ages and both men and women of all fitness levels. In this blog post, we will explore the top…

  • BBC Radio Cornwall

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    We were invited BBC radio Cornwall in Truro last night to talk about our experiences as students and teachers of Tai Chi on the Tiffany Truscott show.

  • What is Tai Chi?

    What is Tai Chi?

    Tai Chi is a practice that emphasizes the integration of mind, body, and spirit. Its slow and gentle movements are performed in a continuous and fluid manner. It promotes the cultivation and circulation of Qi, the vital energy that flows within the body, which nourishes the internal organs and promotes health and well-being. Tai Chi…

  • Sticky hands

    Sticky hands

    Sticky Hands, also known as Yīfù shǒu (依附手) is a fundamental exercise in Lee Style Tai Chi that is taught to beginners as a way to introduce them to the principles of Tai Chi and to prepare them for more advanced techniques. While some may see Sticky Hands as a simple exercise, it is actually…

  • Relaxation techniques

    Relaxation techniques

    In recent years, Tai Chi has become an increasingly popular form of exercise worldwide, and for good reason. This ancient Chinese practice has been shown to have numerous health benefits, including stress reduction and relaxation. In this blog post, we will explore the science behind these benefits and provide references to peer-reviewed studies from reputable…

  • The three treasures

    The three treasures

    In this post, we will explore the concept of the three treasures in Ancient Chinese Medicine and how they relate to Tai Chi and Taoist alchemy. The three treasures, also known as the three jewels or three treasures of life, are Jing, Qi, and Shen. According to Taoist philosophy and Ancient Chinese Medicine, these three…

  • Taoism and Tai Chi

    Taoism and Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is much more than just a physical exercise. At its core, Tai Chi is a deeply philosophical practice that seeks to harmonize body, mind, and spirit. The philosophy behind Tai Chi is rooted in Taoism, a Chinese philosophical tradition that dates back over 2,000 years. In this blog post, we will explore the…