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Tai Chi

Tai chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements.

See Also:
Pilates, Yoga

An Overview of Tai Chi

Tai chi, also called tai chi chuan, is characterised by its slow, graceful, continuous movements that are gentle on the joints and muscles. Done correctly, you'll find that the tai chi poses flow smoothly from one into another. Many movements are completed with bent knees in a squat-like position.

Benefits

  • Improve and maintain health
  • Help to achieve a state of physical and mental relaxation
  • Strengthening the cardiovascular system.

Find Tai Chi Activities Near You

Use the search below to find local activities near you.

Silver Road Community Centre

Community centre offering regular weekly sessions in a variety of activities.

The Norman Centre

The Norman Centre in Mile Cross offers a wide range of community, educational and recreational facilities to everybody, all at affordable prices. Please contact us for more information, and to make sure all courses/activities are running before you attend

National Martial Arts Committee

The National Martial Arts Committee's objective is the Nationwide promotion of Martial Art Sport for All, through physical activity, competition and association.

•By promoting ethics, education of youth and the spirit of fair play.

Great Yarmouth College

Newly renovated Sport and Wellbeing Centre at Great Yarmouth College.

Long Stratton Leisure Centre

Long Stratton Leisure Centre is a dual use facility which is used by Long Stratton Middle/High Schools and members of the public.

Golden Rooster School of Tai Chi & Qigong

The Golden Rooster School, is a healthcare education service, promoting a healthy lifestyle, through Tai Chi and Qigong to support improved mental and physical well-being, for people of all ages and abilities,

JW CORE GYM

A professional, fun approach to functional exercise.
Members benefit from improved body movement and physical conditioning leaving them feel great.
Classes cater to everyone from beginner to professional athlete.
Close interaction with trainers, high

Age Connected

We are based at the ACORN Centre, 8/9 Regent Street, Great Yarmouth NR30 1RN. We support all people aged 50 and over. We are open Mon – Friday from 10am – 3pm providing a drop in services for information and support.

Everyone Active - Splash Leisure and Fitness Centre

Whether you swim, enjoy the gym, or fancy something else entirely, here at the Splash Leisure and Fitness Centre, we can help you reach your fitness target, ensuring you have fun in the process.

Circuits

Circuits

A fun circuits class for all fitness levels
Only £2

Circuits

Circuits

A fun fitness circuits class
Only £2

Active Kidz

Active Kidz

Fun sports and fitness coaching session for 7-12 year olds
50p

Chair Based Exercise Class

Chair Based Exercise Class

Exercise class for older adults to help improve mobility, balance and strength.
Only £2

H.I.I.T

H.I.I.T

High intensity interval fitness class.
Only £2

Over 50's Strength and Balance Class

Over 50's Strength and Balance Class

This class is suitable for all mobility levels and all exercises will be adapted to meet your functional needs
The class is designed using evidence based exercise to improve your strength, balance and mobility that will keep you independent in later life.

Bowthorpe Hub Thai Chi

Bowthorpe Hub Thai Chi

We hold monthly Tai Chi sessions with a local experienced instructor called Cosmo. Sessions are appropriate for limited mobility and individuals can take part in a seated position. Tai chi has wide ranging health benefits for body and mind, such as improving balance and energy. As it is a low impact activity it is perfect for people who have health problems and want to take gentle exercise at their own pace.

Cost £5. NO NEED TO BOOK. For further information contact Stella Sheldon, Age UK Norwich Stella.sheldon@ageuknorwich.org.uk or 01603 397 785.

Strength and Balance Class

Strength and Balance Class

Our classes replicate the structure of LaterLife Training's Falls Management Exercise Programme (FaME), using a mixture of seated and standing exercises. The purpose of the class is to reduce participant's risk of falls and increase their physical activity levels by exercising several components;

Warm up and mobility

Functional endurance

Strength

Balance

Backwards Chaining

Stretching

Adapted Thai Chi