Tai Chi and You

Classes postponed
James has been taken ill and will not be running any classes at the moment.

In the meantime, he says to try to practice at home whenever the spirit moves you. You can use the James Short Form video on youtube to help you learn and reinforce the form.

James is also recommending his friend Michael Richards who is currently running online classes at www.hertstaichi.com which include short form tai chi, chi kung and shaking and breathing.

There are also several other energising, healthful and enjoyable sets of exercises to use which are here on our enfieldtaichi website in the Video Links section. I would recommend the 8 Brocades or the Shibashi sets for starters πŸ˜‰

For people who fall in love with Tai Chi, it can provide a lifetime of interesting experiences, friendships, healing exercises, energy creating exercises, playful discoveries and games using your own body and also practising with a partner.

You don’t have to do Tai Chi for a long time to enjoy the benefits of this relaxing, energising and meditative exercise. Just a one hour session will give you an experience of the effects of Tai Chi. The feeling is like waking up from a great night’s sleep or from a warm shower or hot bath – deeply relaxed and feeling at home and alive in your own body.

Tai Chi class times

Tuesday Evenings:  7:00pm to 8:10pm 
Currently suspended due to CV-19 lockdown
Mary Magdalene Church Hall at the top of Windmill Hill, Enfield EN2 7AJ (map)
(first lesson is free)

In Tai Chi your arms do not move except as part of your body. If they act independently, the exercise is worthless. Quotation by Cheng Man Ching.