Spring 2022 schedule*

View our Spring 2022 flyer*

St Albans, Tues daytime
18 Jan - 29 Mar (NOT 15 Feb) 
Homewood Rd URC 
 11:15 Beginners 1 (B1)* 
12:20 5 Element Qigong
13:25 Fundamentals* 
St Albans, Thurs evening
20 Jan - 31 Mar (NOT 17 Feb) 
Alban & Stephen Primary School 
7:00pm Beginners 1 (B1)* 
7:00pm Eight Ways

8:05pm Beginners 2 (B2)* 
8:05pm Fundamentals* 
Welwyn, Fri daytime
21 Jan - 1 Apr (NOT 18 Feb) 
Vineyard Barn 
  9:00 Fundamentals* 
10:05 Beginners 1 (B1)* 
10:05 Eight Ways

 11:10 Beginners 2 (B2)* 
ONLINE, via TCF
For online classes from other TCF schools, click this link... 
taichifoundation.org/live-online-courses
Our full schedule of in-person classes stops us running our own online classes just now. 

In-person cost = £100 for 10 week term. Click here for details of how to pay  

Beginners Level 

This level introduces our Tai Chi form.
It teaches the basic movements and core principles of Cheng Man Ch'ing's Tai Chi in three "thirds", ie B1, B2 & B3. Each third is taught  in a 10 week term, in bite size chunks each week. 

This level builds internal awareness.
It revisits the whole of Beginners level form with a focus on self-observation, and on making changes which allow you to truly embody the principles of Tai Chi in your personal practice of the form.  

Sensing (Push) Hands

This level is a practice for real life.
Also described as "Push Hands", this pairs practice teaches us how we can stay relaxed in contact with others. We connect, listen and respond to them, without feeling anxious or threatened.  

Intermediate Level

This level deepens the meditation
It makes minor refinements to smooth out the transitions between individual postures. The form then becomes one continuous flow - an exchange of Yin and Yang that is like simply breathing. 

For more about Qigong or the Eight Ways (of Tai Chi) follow the links above (or here)

Fundamentals Level
  

*Provisional class schedule still to be confirmed.  Timings allow for changeover between classes.  Please ask about concessions.