Cambridge Buddhist Centre

About Tai Chi

Abhayamati - Tai Chi teacher

Tai Chi

Tai chi is an ancient art of exercises and flowing movements that make us feel more grounded, relaxed and energised. We offer the yang style as developed by Wee Kee Jin. Courses are taught by Abhayamati, who is an instructor in the Taijiquan School of Central Equilibrium - you can contact him HERE.

Health Benefits

Tai Chi is based upon relaxation of body and mind. The quiet and gentle nature of the exercise overcomes stress and its related illnesses. Other benefits include improved blood circulation, better posture and alignment, and a strengthened immune system. All contributing to greater quality of life and likely quantity.

Tai Chi Courses

Abhayamati leads a comprehensive training in Tai Chi. This begins with our Introduction to Tai Chi course. This course introduces the principles of Tai Chi and encourages the student to loosen the body and attain better posture and relaxation through five exercises and a section of the Yang Short Form. The course is open to anyone, regardless of age or experience. If you have any questions or concerns you can send an email to Abhayamati HERE.

The Tai Chi for Regulars courses develop the principles learnt in the Introductory course and takes them deeper. You will be introduced to partner work, more of the Yang Short Form and standing postures as a way to develop the 'relaxed force'. This course is open to anyone who has completed an introductory course and forms an ongoing training; giving an opportunity for each student to progress at his or her own pace with the support of others.

Both courses include a Practice Day; a whole day of training with the support of the group in which you have the opportunity to consolidate and deepen your practice.

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