Tai Chi

Join us for a gentle, low impact, graceful form of exercise.

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Tai Chi does not mean Oriental wisdom or something exotic. It is the wisdom of your own senses, your own mind and body as one process.

Chungliang Al Huang

This Class is fully booked for the forseeable future, to be added to the waiting list, please email info@amalateesside.com

Our Tai Chi class runs on a Monday Morning, 10:30-11:30am at The Beckfields Community Centre, Ingleby Barwick.

Meditation in Motion.

Tai Chi is a graceful exercise and meditation system. Classed as an ancient Chinese Martial Art, Tai Chi is non-competitive and marries movement with breath, flowing into each movement without pause.

Due to its flowing, gentle nature and being low impact, it is suitable for all ages and abilities.

In a session we cover standing meditation, Qi-Gong (freeing joints) and learning Tai Chi Chuan Form.

Our classes are friendly, fun, inclusive and have a sense of comradery.

If you have any concerns always check with the instructor and your doctor before attending classes.

Benefits of Tai Chi

  • Gentle, Low Impact
  • Helps alleviate symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety
  • Improves flexibility, balance and mobility
  • Builds strength in legs
  • Reduces risk of falls in older adults
  • Improves mood
  • Calms and soothes the nervous system
  • When practiced regularly, improves over all physical and mental wellbeing


Ingleby Barwick Beckfields Community Centre
Haresfield Way
Ingleby Barwick
Stockton on Tees
TS17 0YL

Try your 1st class for free, contact us to book your space.

info@amalateesside.com / 07774600440

7 thoughts on “Tai Chi

  1. When I was getting ready for a marathon in the past, I would cross-train by doing things like Pilates and Tai Chi. It was incredible! Would love to be part of this!

  2. This is interesting. I haven’t really tried attending a tai chi class but I think I can benefit from it. Thank you for sharing this. Learned something new today. How we wish we live nearby so we can attend your classes.

  3. What a coincidence I was thinking about looking into tai-chi the other day. I love that it’s low impact and good for stress and anxiety.

  4. I have been doing Tai Chi for a long time and it is a great way to strengthen the body and mind.

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