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Yang Family Tai Chi

Tai Chi - Yang Family Traditional Form

Please contact me for availability

Beginners welcome to all sessions

Friday Mornings 11.00am - 12.00pm   £8.00 per session pay as you go.

Riddings Community Centre, West Street, Alfreton DE55 4EW


Tuesday Evenings 7.00pm - 8.00pm   £8.00 per session pay as you go.

Grenwich Community Sports Hub, Nottingham Road, Ripley DE5 3AY

Tai Chi also known as Taiji.    English TranslationSupreme Ultimate 

Although Tai Chi is originally a martial art it is mostly practiced in the west as a Chinese exercise for health.  The benefits of Tai Chi are enhanced balance, co-ordination & flexibility.  Tai Chi also helps to build core muscles.  It is classed as moving meditation and helps to calm the mind whilst working to your own comfort zone and your own pace at all times.

Tai Chi is known for many benefits, a lot of my students have told me that it has helped them with anxiety, stress, mood swings and pain relief as well as strengthening the respiratory and immune system.  I am pleased to have students who have trained with me since the beginning my journey as an instructor and use it as a tool for their overall wellbeing. 


I work with Age UK SNF (Strictly No Falling) and thoroughly enjoy working with the elderly with seated Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises in care homes. 


I am available to do private sessions for people who can't travel or prefer the sessions to be in the privacy of their own home or gardens.  Please contact me for availability & pricing. 

I am also available for group workshops

Here are a few of the group sessions I have done. These classes are based on An Introduction to Tai Chi basis.

Derbyshire County Coucil - International Women's Day. 

Derby University - Students Away Days.

South Wingfield School - Working with Teachers on their Teacher Well Being Day. 

South Wingfield School - Working with Children on their Week of Well Being.

Weight Watcher & Slimming World Groups offering different options of exercise regimes. 

I have also worked with children's groups such as Brownies.

Yang Family Traditional 103 Form
Practiced with Frank Frost

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Push Hands - Tuishou
Practiced with Neil Bradley

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Partner Form - Sanshou
Practiced with Karen Bradley

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Tai Chi 67 Sword Form
Practiced at the Ripley Tai Chi Club

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