Autumn River Tai Chi
About Autumn River Tai Chi
Autumn River Tai Chi offers classes in the West End and Southside of Glasgow throughout the year.
The regular practice of tai chi improves health and promotes relaxation encouraging a sense of well-being. As both a meditation and physical exercise, tai chi is an effective antidote to the stresses of modern life. At a deeper level tai chi is also a martial art and a philosophy of life.
Classes focus on the complete Cheng Man-Cheng tai chi syllabus; 37-step form, push-hands, sword form, and tai chi fencing.
Autumn River Tai Chi runs regular classes Monday to Thursday in three West End locations close good public transport links. Regular push-hands and fencing workshops take place on weekends.
First class is free.
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