Tai Chi - Beginners

Kent Adult Education
Course summary
21 hours
144 GBP
Professional Training

Course description

Tai Chi - Beginners: Tai Chi is a combination of relaxation and toning exercises, promoting harmony and health, balancing the mind, body and spirit. The movements are slow and deliberate and together can help to improve mental and physical wellbeing. At the end of the course students will be familiar with a least part of the Tai Chi Hand Form and have practiced movements to help improve their balance, strength, mobility and coordination. Your tutor will explain the benefits of Tai Chi and how you can apply them to your daily life. You will be recommended to practice the techniques regularly at home., , The following learning objectives are what students should achieve during the course: Explain the philosophy, history and terminology of Tai Chi; Demonstrate the form using correct alignment; Identify the benefits of regular Tai Chi practice; , Demonstrate and explain Tai Chi relaxation methods., , It is worth noting that Tai Chi forms may vary as well of styles of teaching., ,

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No Qualification

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Kent Adult Education

Kent Adult Education

Kent Adult Education provides an extensive programme of courses aiming to meet the varied needs and interests of Kent communities. This summary sets out the ways in which Kent Adult Education will deliver learning opportunities to fulfil the purpose and...

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