Tai Chi for Health
Tai Chi for Health Institute
What is Tai Chi?
Tai Chi originated in Ancient China as a well known form of Martial Arts. It is more popularly known today as a practice that promotes health and wellness.
It can be thought of as 'Meditation through movement' combining gentle continuous movements of the body with controlled and relaxed breathing techniques.
Through Tai Chi we can learn to become more energised, calm and balanced.
Tai Chi for Health Programmes have been modernised incorporating medical science to deliver health benefits quicker.
For more information about Tai Chi and it's Origins click the button below. It will take you to the Tai Chi For Health Institute Website.
Tai Chi Classes
Find all regular class information below. Beginners are always welcome.
What if my balance isn't very good?
Don't worry, you can still join in!
Tai Chi for Health programmes are designed for people of all levels of ability to participate.
If you are unsteady or can't stand for long periods then you can still complete the movements in a sitting position or even lying down.
If you are still unsure or have any questions then just get in contact, we're happy to help.
What are the benefits?
Tai Chi can help with various illnesses and injuries and is effective on many different levels.
Tai Chi can help to improve...
Range of motion
It can work for people with different conditions including..
High blood pressure
Tai Chi for Health Institute and Tai Chi for health programmes have been widely supported by many organisations globally. The programmes have been recognised by the Centre for Disease control and Prevention.
Who is Dr Paul Lam?
Our Tai Chi programmes are designed and formulated by Dr. Paul Lam
Dr Paul Lam, a family physician in Sydney and a tai chi teacher since 1976, is a world leader in the field of tai chi for health improvement.
He has developed many Tai Chi for Heath programmes which are taught across the world. As well as teaching he contributes to researching the effects of Tai Chi, has written several books and has worked with many world organisations to promote the benefits of Tai Chi practices in healthy ageing.