Welcome to our new Tai Chi Qigong website with Club interests, updates and lots more. Have a browse round and let me know what you think via our feedback form or simply contact us. via the contact page and enjoy.
Our annual Tai Chi taster was a great success again this year, held on 21 November, there was standing room only.
Most visitors have committed to join us in the new year for the beginners class starting 9 January 2019. They will be learning the basics of Tai Chi, Qigong and Relaxation with our experienced qualified instructors who will guide them through our step by step learning program. Find out more at http://www.taichi-qigong.net Interested? or contact us at https://www.taichi-qigong.net/contact/
TCQC Co-Principal instructor Colin Orr
Many thanks to everyone who made this year’s event such a success
2018 TCQC newcomers proudly displaying their first third Tai Chi form achievement certificates
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Dedicated TCQC members Gladys Kitchener and Sid Brady are both long term serving club members who have notched up 20 years each just recently, we are pleased to celebrate their two decades as committed club members since 1997. Their attendance and commitment has been nothing short of excellent.
Qi Symbol Badge
Basic Principles & Guidelines for Correct Tai Chi Form Movement and posture.
Relax or Sung: The entire body must always be relaxed and not collapsed. The body should be supple without tension and the mind watchful and alert. This is called a state of ‘Sung’ (see page 23 for the definition of sung in our blue course booklet)
Emptiness and Fullness: Distinguish between Yin and Yang (see article in our course booklet definition of Yin and Yang on pages 16 – 17.
*More details to follow in future posts