COVID-19 Update – All face to face at groups are postponed because of the current situation. This group is on hold until further notice.
T’ai Chi involves slow, gentle movements that help focus and balance the mind and body. It is great for relaxation. These classes are held in the Dalmuir Community Education Centre and run on Wednesdays from 6pm – 7pm. These classes run in blocks of ten sessions.
This class is facilitated by Chris Godwin.
This is what members say about the class!
“Great relaxation techniques, very helpful for my anxiety. Really enjoying this class. It’s an hour I don’t normally get to focus on myself and I appreciate it greatly.”
“Sleep better after class. Find it relaxing and enjoy the company of others at the group.”
“This group facilitates a healthier lifestyle, a better feeling of wellbeing.”
“I find it relives pain in joints. I look forward to the group, it’s a great opportunity to switch off. I now realise when I feel tired. It is often due to stress, this group has changed my thinking, helping me address the problem and be more active, more positive, therefore see things in a different light, more confident.”
T’ai Chi Qi Gong
Here is Chris Godwin taking you tthrough some routines from the ancient Chinese practice of T’ai Chi and Qi Gong (pronounced CHEE-gung). This combines slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises
How to access T’ai Chi
- If you are already a member, speak to your allocated worker or contact the office on the above number.
- Information on how to get referred to the organisation here.
Here is Chris Godwin, our Tai Chi therapist offering some tips on guided meditation.