FORTHCOMING EVENTS

TAI CHI DAY in ELLESMERE PORT SPORTS VILLAGE
10th JUNE 2017 @ 10:00am to 12:00 MIDDAY

THS are celebrating 1 year teaching at the Ellesmere Port Sports Village [EPSV] with demonstrations of Tai Chi achievements by the practitioners of the club. The demonstrations will include: Health Qigong - "Ba Duan Jin" and "Yi Jin Jing", Tai Chi Chuan 24 "Yang Style", Tai Chi Chuan 32 Sword, Kung Fu Fan 1, Tai Chi "Old Form One" Chen Style. The Local Fireflies Choir will be singing songs between performances supporting their chosen charity Cardiac Risk in the Young [CRY].

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NEW BEGINNERS COURSE STARTING AT EPSV
Every Saturday 11:00am

The NEW Tai Chi Beginners Course will be open to all ages and levels of fitness. This course can benefit anyone that wants to improve their fitness of their mind and body, or help with specific problems such as, but not limited to: Diabetes type 2, High Blood Pressure, Cancers, Osteoporosis, Osteoathritis, Menopause, Stress/Depression and Post Operation Recovery.
Costs as little as £7 per week

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TAI CHI FOR DIABETES NEW BEGINNERS COURSE STARTING AT BEEHIVE HEALTHCARE CHESTER, Friday 18:00pm to 19:00pm

Tai Chi Therapy is part of sports science and in the world of clinical medical research has revealed many rehabilitation advantages. Patients that are prone to, or suffering type 2 diabetes, that practise a moderate Tai Chi exercise regularly i.e. 3 - 4 hours a week, can reduce blood pressure, increase insulin sensitivity, a better control of blood sugar and increased number of T Cells in the body that enhance the immune function. The volume of exercise is a critical element of inducing a positive or negative immune response in diabetic patients. Strenuous exercise can compromise the immune system whereas inactivity can increase inflammation and cause obesity. Click here

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Tai Chi GETTING STARTED

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Basic Tai Chi

3 Levels of Tai Chi

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Tai Chi DVDs

Tai Chi Chuan 24 (Yang Style)

Tai Chi Chuan 24-form is a Yang Style Tai Chi with 24 steps or actions that takes between 4-6 minutes. As the steps or actions are low impact, coupled with a smooth posture it is recognised as the basic or easy to learn simplified Tai Chi Chuan. This form is suitable for the elderly or the young, and is the most practiced form throughout China and the rest of the world



Tai Chi Sword 32 (Yang Style)

Tai Chi Sword is a weapon form of Tai Chi . Tai Chi Sword 32 form has theoretical traditions in Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan. This is the basic form of Tai Chi Sword that has easy to learn and remember steps. This form has been widely accepted and impletmented around the world as the primer course for Tai Chi System.




Tai Chi Chuan Old Frame 1 (Chen Style)

Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan is one of the oldest of traditional tai chi, and has slow spiral movements that are the essence of this style. The Chen-style Tai Chi Chuan Old Frame 1 actions are relatively simple and are the basic learning for Chen Style Tai Chi. It is mostly made up off soft spiralling movements intersperced with forceful strength based punches. It is suitable for practitioners with good physical health.

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Tai Chi Chuan 42 (Competition)

Tai Chi Chuan 42 is a competition form, made up from the Yang movements with aditions of Chuan, Chen, Wu, and Sun and other representative action genre. This was created the appropriate difficulty and ensured that the practioner adopts all of the various techniques and also reflects the need for fitness.


Tai Chi Sword 42 (Competition)

Tai Chi Sword 42 form has 42 movements, including 18 sword strokes and 5 step forms, taking about 4 minutes to complete. This form has the characteristics of Yang, Wu and Chen style Tai Chi Sword, and is recognised as the competition form used throughout the sword martial arts associations



Tai Chi Chuan 56 Chen Style(Competition)

The Chen-style Tai Chi Chuan 56 is the recognised steps used in Chinese National Competitions. This Competition style is made up from the basic actions of Old Frame 1 and Old Frame 2. This form has Slow and Fast continuous actions with stretching movements. Tai Chi 56 is ideal for public exhibition and fitness training.

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Tai Chi Seated

Seated Tai Chi Chuan, also known as wheelchair Tai Chi is predominatly for people with disabilities or dysfunction of the lower limbs. All movements are made from the sitting position and are relevent to the upper body actions and that each movement is driven by the idea of lower limb activity, to achieve a whole body workout.


Ba Duan Jin

Ba Duan Jin is an ancient Chinese health and fitness Qigong exercise routine. The eight sections of easy movement exercises are designed to support the health of the human organs. It aligns itself with the intensity and theory of kinetic Tai Chi movements, coupled with preparatory posture and closing form to make the exercise complete


Tai Chi Fan

Tai Chi Fan is one of the weapon form of Tai Chi. This Tai Chi form is combined from Traditional Yang and Sun Style Tai Chi Chuan, Chinese Opera and Chinese Dance movements. It has many benefits for the body and mind, by improving general health and coordinating hand,eye and feet movements. Its slow graceful and colourful movements are a joy to perform and master