Tao Heart Tai Chi

Tao Heart Tai Chi focusses on Yang Style Tai Chi, and traditional & contemporary Qigong sets, and is taught by Steve Goodeve who is a Senior Instructor registered with the Tai Chi Union Great Britain (TCUGB), and a British Health Qigong Association (BHQA) Instructor.

All levels, beginners to advanced, are welcome.

Syllabus

Cheng Man-ch'ing (Zheng Manqing) Tai Chi, Qigong, 'Pole Standing' (Zhan Zhuang), 18 Hands Tai Chi, Taiji Jian (Straight Sword), Taiji Walking Stick (Zhang), Silk Reeling Exercises (Chan Ssu Jing) and Pushing Hands (Tui Shou).

Getting Started

The art of Tai Chi is rooted in experiential learning.

If you are interested in finding out more about this practice and would like to sample a lesson, ask any questions, or discuss suitability, then please use the contact page to Email and/or telephone Tao Heart Tai Chi.


About Tai Chi & Qigong

Tai Chi brings together movement, meditation and martial arts.

Tai Chi has low impact; slow, soft repetitive movements which can help bring about a state of mental calm, while improving body awareness, balance, flexibility and suppleness.

Tai Chi movements emphasise spinal alignment, shift weight from leg to leg, work a variety of different muscles, and can strengthen joints, ligaments, and tendons by working towards improving flexibility and range of motion.

Tai Chi Form (choreography or movement sequence) may bring awareness of Qi (Chi), the flow of vital energy in the body, and enhance a sense of wellbeing.

Qigong shares many of the same characteristics as Tai Chi (as above); but can be considered to be energy cultivation, and a means to accumulate, circulate and work with Qi (Chi).

Qigong  integrates physical movement or postures, breathing techniques and focussed intent (Yi), to promote harmony between the body and the mind.

Qigong combines meditation and relaxation and may increase awareness of Qi (Chi) sensations.


Regular Weekly Classes:

Redruth: Tuesday  6-7pm  &  7.15-8.30pm

Carbis Bay: Thursday  6-7.15pm

Newlyn: Sunday 10.30-11.30am


Individual or small group lessons are available by arrangement.