Qigong : Ba Duan Jin : Tai Chi

Online & “Real-Life” Classes in Qigong and Tai Chi

Qigong & Tai Chi – Real Life

NEW! Tuesdays 1:30 – 2:30 pm

A 60-minute Qigong and Tai Chi class with individual exercises and specially-constructed sequences, to improve range of motion, reduce stress and calm the mind.

These principles are then used to introduce the more complex movements found in Yang-style Tai Chi.

Upcoming Classes:*

Tuesday - 8 - 9 pm
April '24 Term
16 Apr, 23 Apr, 30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May

£64.00Add to basket

Qigong for Health – Real Life

Tuesdays 8 – 9 pm

A 1-hour class that focusses on Qigong to develop the breathing and movement skills that cultivate Qi in the body for better health and well-being.

Suitable for complete Beginners and for those with some experience of Tai Chi and Qigong.

Upcoming Classes: 

Tuesday - 8 - 9 pm
April '24 Term
16 Apr, 23 Apr, 30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May

£64.00Add to basket

Tai Chi (Yang-style)– Real Life

9 – 9:30 pm

A 30-minute class focussing on the Tai Chi ‘form’ (a long sequence of moves) that builds balance, control and co-ordination. Here we are focussing on the Yang-style Short Form.

Tuesday - 9 - 9:30 pm
April '24 Term
16 Apr, 23 Apr, 30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May

£32.00Add to basket

Location Details

Uxbridge Community Centre

32b The Greenway

Uxbridge, UB8 2PJ

Travel Details

Onsite Parking (Free, but limited spaces), parking also available in surrounding streets after 5pm

Nearest Station: Uxbridge (Metropolitan) – 12 minute walk

Tai Chi or Qigong? What’s the Difference?

Not sure which is right for you? Read our guide to the similarities and differences between Tai Chi and Qigong. We recommend that beginners start with Qigong, read the article to find out more about the two disciplines and learn why.

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Location Details

Uxbridge Community Centre

32b The Greenway

Uxbridge, UB8 2PJ

Travel Details

Onsite Parking (Free, but limited spaces), parking also available in surrounding streets after 5pm

Nearest Station: Uxbridge (Metropolitan) – 12 minute walk

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Interactive Qigong – Online

30-minute interactive classes, each focussing on a different aspect of Qigong to relax the body and mind. Using Ba Duan Jin, Seated Qigong, Shibashi and Qigong with Music. Each designed with a range of exercises to improve mobility, breathing and focus.  Open to beginners and those with more experience.

No Classes 1 -15 Apr
All 6 Sessions
Tuesdays, 16 Apr - 21 May
9:30 am
Ba Duan Jin

£30.00Add to basket

Wednesday, 17 Apr - 22 May
9 am
Seated Qigong

£30.00Add to basket

Thursdays, 18 Apr - 23 May
9:30 am
Shibashi

£30.00Add to basket

Thursdays, 18 Apr - 23 May
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£30.00Add to basket

Fridays, 19 Apr - 24 May
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£30.00Add to basket

Tuesday, 16 Apr
9:30 am
Ba Duan Jin

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday, 17 Apr
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 18 Apr
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 18 Apr
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 19 Apr
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Tuesday, 23 Apr
9:30 am
Ba Duan Jin

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday 24 Apr
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 25 Apr
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 25 Apr
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday 26 Apr
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Tuesday, 19 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday, 20 Mar
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 21 Mar
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 21 Mar
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 22 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Tuesday, 7 May
9:30 am
Ba Duan Jin

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday, 8 May
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 9 May
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 9 May
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 10 May
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket


Tuesday, 19 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday, 20 Mar
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 21 Mar
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 21 Mar
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 22 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Tuesday, 26 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Wednesday, 27 Mar
9 am
Seated Qigong

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 28 Mar
9:30 am
Shibashi

£5.50Add to basket

Thursday, 28 Mar
6 pm
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 29 Mar
9:30 am
Qigong with Music

£5.50Add to basket

Book 6 Sessions – Save 10%

Book any 6 online sessions (Any mix of Tai Chi and Qigong) for £30 saving 10% on the single-session price.

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Health Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong

Health Benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi

10 ways Qigong and Tai Chi improve your health and well-being: some well-known, some quite unexpected.

4 Qigong ‘Flavours’

Each Qigong session is founded on the same principle: regulating the body, the breath and the mind – 3 aspects of one being. Each session also has its own focus.

Ba Duan Jin

8 Silk Brocades 

Probably the best known of all Qigong sets and one of the most ancient. Perfect combination of movements with a meditative focus. If you are looking to reduce stress this is your class.

Tuesdays, 9:30 am

Seated Qigong

Using a dedicated set of Qigong moves designed to work with a seated position to improve neck, shoulder and spine mobility and calm the mind. It’s accessible to those with mobility restrictions but valuable for all.

Wednesdays, 9 am

Shibashi

Tai Chi Qi Gong

Shibashi sets consist of 18 Qigong exercises that challenge balance, strength and coordination and is the most dynamic of the ‘flavours’ here. We take one set at a time, breaking down each exercise to master it, then build the full routine. Energising.

Thursdays, 9:30 am

Qigong Mix

A pick ‘n’ mix from a wide range of Qigong ‘sets’ – different groups of Qigong exercises including 5 Elements, 5 Animal Frolics, 12 Meridians and more. A great way to get a flavour for the amazing variety of Qigong.

Thursdays, 6:30 pm

Qigong with Music

Using sequences of Qigong moves flowing together with music to improve the flow of Qi through the body and mind.

Thursdays, 6 pm, Fridays 9:30 am

FREE Online Qigong Classes

Start your day with calmness and tranquility, and free your mind from the stresses and strains of the world around you.

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Working to regulate your movement, your breathing and your mind – preparing you for the day ahead. Open to all

Tai Chi (8-Step Yang-Form) – Online

Fridays 10 am

30-minute online classes focussing on the Yang 8-Step form – a compact sequences of moves that build balance, control and co-ordination.

(read more about the 8-Step Yang Tai Chi form here: Article)

Single Session
Friday, 22 Mar
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 29 Mar
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

All 6 Sessions
Fridays, 26 Apr - 24 May
10 am
8-Step

£30.00Add to basket

Single Session
Friday, 19 Apr
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 26 Apr
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 3 May
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 10 May
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 17 May
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Friday, 24 May
10 am
8-Step

£5.50Add to basket

Book 6 Sessions – Save 10%

Book any 6 online sessions (Any mix of Tai Chi and Qigong) for £30 saving 10% on the single-session price.

Discount automatically added at Checkout

Group Practising 8-Step Tai Chi

8-Step Tai Chi

8 reasons why the 8-Step Tai Chi form is an excellent discipline to do at home.

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All the myriad things carry the Yin on their backs, and hold the Yang in their embrace,

Deriving their vital harmony from the proper blending of the two vital breaths

Tao Te Ching