Tai Chi

Dengie Tai Chi Club runs Tai Chi Form classes throughout the Dengie Hundred.

The club concentrates on the health benefits of Tai Chi and offer no instruction on the religious aspects of tai chi.

The club website states that 'Tai Chi is gentle, progressive low impact form of exercise based on ancient Chinese techniques. This form is well known for its beneficial effects on the vascular system and breathing, as well as bone, muscle and tendon/ligament strength. In addition, as a meditative form derived from Chinese Martial Arts, it is mentally relaxing as well'.

The Club is non profitmaking with volunteer instructors who believe in offering the medical benefits of Tia Chi.

Classes are held as below

Burnham on Crouch

URC Church- Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Dengie

Dengie Village Hall Monday 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Southminster

Memorial Hall Mondays 8-9pm

St Lawrence

St Lawrence Village Hall Wednesdays 2.30-4.30pm

St Lawrence Village Hall Friday 2.30pm-4.30pm

 

Click here to visit the Dengie Tai Chi Club Web Site

The information was accurate when this web page was created. Sometimes Clubs may change meeting times and venues or suspend meetings. This website cannot guarantee that meetings will be held as listed and accepts no liability in that case.