Classes resume on Monday 7th September

August 31st, 2009

Next term’s Tai Chi classes begin Monday 7th September.

Last class before Summer break

July 12th, 2009

The last Earlsdon Tai Chi class before the summer is Monday 13th July.

Classes running until Summer holiday

June 11th, 2009

Classes are running every monday evening until the Summer holiday.

Next class – Monday 1st June

May 25th, 2009

There’s no class on bank holiday monday, the next class is Monday 1st June.

Next class – Monday 11th May

April 27th, 2009

There’s teacher training at the school this week and it’s bank holiday next monday, so the next class will be Monday 11th May.

There’s a course this coming weekend. Saturday is T’ai Chi, Sunday is T’ai Chi weapons. Both are suitable for all levels and a good chance to meet and train with other members of our association. See the association website for details.

Easter break

April 8th, 2009

We’re currently on a break while the school is closed over Easter. First class back will be Monday 11th May.

Last class before Easter

April 6th, 2009

This evening (Monday 6th April) will be the last class before the Easter break. We should be back on Monday 4th May.

If anyone fancies some Tai Chi down in Cornwall over Easter then come and join us – you can do as many days of the week as you like and you should still be able to find accomodation in the area. Details are on the association website here: http://www.seahorsearts.co.uk/Easter.php

Chang Ming Diet

February 25th, 2009

One of my students was asking about our recommended diet at a recent class. Diet is very important for maintaining good health as well as recovery for illness. It’s also an important part of our Tai Chi training. The Tai Chi won’t have beneficial effects if it’s accompanied by a diet of junk food and binge drinking. Follow the link to see our style’s diet recommendations.

Day Course at Warwick Uni this Saturday

February 24th, 2009

There’s a Tai Chi day course this Saturday February 28th at Westwood Sports Hall, Warwick University.
The class runs 10-4, everyone is welcome. Course costs £15. Bring a packed lunch.

No class Monday 16th February

February 16th, 2009

Don’t forget no class this week because of half-term.  Classes resume Monday 23rd February.

There’s also two courses on at Princethorpe this coming weekend.  Both are suitable for all abilities.

T’ai Chi Ch’uan – Saturday 21st February
T’ai Chi weapons – Sunday 22nd February

Details are on the association website’s Weekend Courses Page.