Qigong (Tai Chi) in Bicester
The Clifton Centre, Ashdene Road, Bicester, OX26 2BH
Qigong, also known as Chigong, is very similar to Tai Chi.
Slow, gentle, standing movements ease tension from body and mind. Co-ordinated with the breath, the movements are formed into sequences, so that you can become totally immersed in what you are doing - giving you 'mental space' from the busyness of life.
In addition to the standing movements, my classes include some breath work - done seated in a chair, and also some short meditations.
You'll leave the class feeling refreshed and calm ready to enjoy the rest of your day.
You wear normal, loose clothing that you can move around in comfortably. Soft soled shoes are a good idea so that you can feel the floor beneath your feet (or you may choose to be barefoot). No mat or any other equipment is needed.
Benefits of Qigong include:
- Reduces stress
- Relaxes body
- Calms mind
- Increases flexibility and strength
- Improves balance
- Supports overall wellbeing
Because the movements are slow and gentle, and performed standing, they are ideal for anyone who has troublesome knees or who finds it difficult to get up and down from the floor - though all, not just those who are less mobile, will benefit and are very welcome at classes.
To book a place, contact me on 07917 453224 or by email.
4 consecutive weeks £30 (no carry overs!)
Weekly rate : £9 per class
Freedom Pass - as many classes as you wish (yoga, qigong or pilates) in any 4 week period £49
I encourage you to pay online to avoid handling cash and willl give you the details when you come to your first class.
Class booking terms and conditions:
Health questionnaire to be completed prior to commencing first class. If you elect to pay the 'consecutive weeks' rate to benefit from the reduced price, all classes must be taken within that term - no carry overs. Weeekly rate is subject to availability - please check there is a place available to avoid disappointment. Freedom Pass is non transferrable and runs for 4 weeks from date of issue.