Summer School 2019

Saturday & Sunday, 20th & 21st July 2019, 10am to 4.30pm

Maenclochog Community Hall, Pembrokeshire, SA66 7LA

Cost: £85 for two days or £45 per day. Pre-booking is essential.

Join us for this weekend Summer School of Tai Ji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan) which is open to all, beginners and experienced students of all ages. Everyone is welcome and you can attend for one or two days.

Tai Ji Quan is a system of mindful movement that promotes health and well-being. Your ability to relax, your flexibility, co-ordination and balance will improve with practice, helping you to nurture and care for yourself on a daily basis. You will be able to enjoy a range of traditional Chinese Health Arts which we can adapt to suit your individual health needs.

Clarehas over 30 years’ experience of teaching Tai Ji Quan, running Summer School in the tranquil Preseli Mountains since 1997. Clare will be joined by Sean Dowdall, both are qualified experienced teachers of Tai Ji Quan who trained with the Nei Chia Association in the UK & in China.

“Be as still as a mountain, move like a great river.”

Away for the week

There will be no classes from Wednesday 26th June for a week. I’m off to Austria to see my son. Classes will restart on Thursday July 4th and continue until July 24th before stopping for a summer break.

Summer School 2019

This year will be our 22nd Annual Summer School held in the lovely community hall in Maenclochog. We will practise outside as much as possible in the fresh mountain air overlooking the Preseli Hills.

Everyone is welcome, no previous experience is necessary. Contact me for further details.

Summer School

Summer school this year will be on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of July in Maenclochog. Everyone is welcome to join us for two days of Tai Ji Quan, Qigong, Tai Ji staff, remedial exercise and more.

Each day will be from 10 am to 4.30 pm in Maenclochog Community Hall. Further detail to follow.

This year will be the 22nd Summer School we have held in West Wales.

Qigong and Fibromyalgia

Whilst Qigong and Tai Ji have long been used for pain relief in China, many people still search for scientific ‘proof’ of benefit. This US study is therefore provides welcome evidence for any doubters.

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2014/379715/

Participants were questioned about pain intensity, physical function, fatigue, depression, anxiety and overall wellbeing and scores improving in every area. The study did confirm that regular practise is an also essential!