Tai Chi

with Andy Yau
Monday 29th
Tuesday 30th
Wednesday 1st
Thursday 2nd
Friday 3rd
Saturday 4th
Sunday 5th
Fitness - Movement
Who is this class for?


  • Learn how to strengthen your body
  • Improve your mental health
  • Add harmony to your life
  • Develop your own philosophy and mantra
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The class will become available to join 15 minutes before it is due to start.

2021-10-04T07:00:00Z - 2021-10-04T08:00:00Z
Tai Chi This wonderfully poetic class is meditation in motion, with serene, low-impact exercises suitable for all levels and abilities. Experience a calm state of mind with the beautiful poetic movements of Tai chi.
Tai Chi Class
"Hi, my name is Andy. Let me guide you step by step, so you can feel at ease and fully enjoy the experience.

My online interactive class has been adapted from an outdoor activity to an accessible indoor practice so everyone can do it - even with the limited space available at home.

  • Low impact exercise
  • Improve balance and body awareness
  • Achieve a calm state of mind.

This class caters for all-levels, we will work with day to day imagery and narrative to help us memorise the Tai chi choreography easily."

Tai Chi is a slow and low impact exercise for you to enjoy at any time. There are a few points we would like you to be aware of before we start practising:

  • Make sure you have some space to move around
  • Have some water with you to keep you hydrated
  • Make sure you are on a flat surface
  • Bare feet are recommended if you are at home
  • If you wish to wear shoes, make sure they have a non-slip sole.

Tai Chi 37 Moves Practice Video Moves 1 to 10 (Scroll down in this section)

Meet the instructor Andy Yau
Andy Yau studied his Masters in Arts at Birmingham City University. His passion and expertise in Tai Chi began in his birth place, Hong Kong, 12 years ago. Andy is proud to teach Tai Chi at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. “There will always be a point of balance in everything. It up to us to find it and apply it in everything we do.”
Geek Notes

Benefits of Tai Chi Chuan, a multicomponent type of exercise, include:

  • Improving balance
  • Increasing strength
  • Increasing flexibility
  • Enhancing inner calmness
  • Reducing stress
  • Increasing self-esteem
  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety
  • Reducing symptoms of depression
  • Maintaining cognition
  • Enhancing quality of life
  • Improving functional ability
  • Preventing falls.

WHO recommends that people 65 years or older should aim to do multicomponent exercise at least 3 times a week. If you are new to any exercise, start by doing small amounts and adjust how much you do based on your fitness and strength levels.

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