Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing – Free 2024 events

Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing

Stuart McLeod in tai chi and Qigong pose.
Stuart McLeod practising the Five Elements tai chi movement

Discover what Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing could offer you and your life

Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing (TMW) is a unique blend of gentle movement with awareness, offering physical, mental and emotional benefits, and our free public events will rpvide you with the perfect introduction.

How fit do I need to be?

The beauty of the TMW sequence is that it can be done standing or seated, so it is easily adapted to suit all abilities.

If you have any concerns at all about whether TMW is suitable for you, please email Stuart McLeod at stuartmcleod05@gmail.com.

How do I book?

To register your place please call the Everyday Active Advice Centre on 01634 333720.

Taking the practice further

If you’d like to fully explore and practice the benefits of TMW then why not join one of our six week courses? Next course: May/June 2024.

The benefits of TMW

Stuart McLeod - Return to Centre tai chi movement

Our public taster events for 2024

Sunday 24 March and 21 April, 10.00-10.45am

Brompton Academy, Gillingham

We will be based in the Activity Studio which can be accessed from the Community entrance adjacent to the main car park. The address is Marlborough Road, Gillingham ME7 5HT. Seating will be available at this venue.

Sunday 19 May, 16 June, 7 July & 11 August, 10.00-10.45am

Gillingham Park, Gillingham

We will be located in the centre of the park near to the playground. If you are driving then parking is best on Oxford Road or Park Avenue. The address is
Canterbury Street, Gillingham ME7 5LA. No seating available.

A group of people practising tai chi in a park.

Your teacher

Stuart McLeod is a Level Three teacher of Tai Chi Movements for Wellbeing (TMW) and a qualified Qigong Instructor with Long White Cloud Qigong.  He has taught TMW to hundreds of students both in person and online. He is also a Trained Teacher in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) with Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice.

A key focus of Stuart’s personal practice centres upon the application of mindfulness techniques and skills as a means to help us re-inhabit our bodies.

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