Hands held in Tai Chi pose

You can now take part in Adapted Tai Chi Exercise via Zoom or in person.

What is it?

Adapted Tai Chi Exercise is a mindful, relaxing, slow and enjoyable exercise system. It is safe and can benefit your health in many ways. For instance, by improving your balance, posture, general mobility and leg strength. Similarly you can benefit from reduced stress and improved mental wellbeing.

You will be guided by our trained facilitators, who will help you participate at a level suitable for you, whatever your ability.

Health and safety is paramount. Therefore attendees are continually observed, assessed and asked if they are comfortable with the level of exercise in the class.

If you would like to participate but cannot use Zoom, we can support you. For example, by loaning a tablet.

The sessions are for anyone with a life limiting illness or who has been bereaved.

Adapted Tai Chi Exercise sessions are held every Monday on Zoom, and every Wednesday at Treetops in Risley.

More information

Complete the form below or contact the Wellbeing Team on [email protected] or 0115 949 1264

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