How has Tai Chi helped me?
Heartland Tai Chi had become a highlight of my week.
Alan our teacher is such a positive, relaxed person to learn with.
He creates a great environment to practice the exercise at your own pace.
There is never any pressure and always plenty of encouragement to keep ones focus balance on a refreshing perspective of non-judgmental presence in the moment.
I went to Tai Chi for both health and wellbeing reasons.
Having an exercise I can do whilst having a chronic illness brings me so much joy.
I have never come away having hurt myself from overdoing it.
I always come away feeling uplifted and often find it has great mental health benefits.
I came having never done Tai Chi before but found Alan to be a great teacher.
Lucy G - Worcester - April 2019
Emotionally Tai Chi has a deeply relaxing and calming effect. For the whole time that I am practising with Alan the rest of the world and my busy thoughts disappear.
Physically Tai Chi has enabled me to notice where I hold tension within my body and to release it. This skill has transferred to my every-day life and enables me to more easily negotiate the challenges and stresses of day-to-day living leaving me far less fraught and tired at the end of the day.
I have also become far more aware of my spine and the alignment of my lower back which has solved my lower back ache!
Alison, acupuncturist - Malvern
"Tai Chi is easily explained it is ‘My Time’ when all everyday things and problems are forgotten and a calm, peaceful feeling takes over if only for a while."
Lyn T, retired - Malvern
"There are few things in my life that continue to benefit me as much as Tai Chi."
Lynn C, retired - Malvern