Qigong and Tai Chi Classes

I am excited to offer Qigong and Tai Chi classes in South London.

If you would like to hear more about my training and experience with these arts,
please head to the ‘About Me‘ section of this website.

A photo of a Tai Chi master leading a Tai Chi class in Hungary, 2022.
Wudang Tai chi and Qigong Seminar 2022 in Hungary
with Daoist Master Zhou Xuan Yun and
Certified Instructors: Anita Eredics and Kristof Eredics

3 generation of Teachers

Tai chi and Qigong Workshop 2022

Socco Cheta Community Hub – South Norwood, London

Address: 44 Portland Rd, London SE25 4UN

Times: On Hold at the moment

Price: Pay what you can – Recommended £12/class. No one is turned away.

Booking: Just turn up 🙂. You may wish to send an email to check if the class is running on that particular week.

Holmesdale Community Garden – South Norwood, London

Address: next to 108 Holmesdale Road, South Norwood, SE25 6JF

Times: Back in May 2024

Price: Free on behalf of Southern Housing

Booking: please email resident.wellbeing@southernhousing.org.uk

Nuffield Health, Croydon Central, London

Times: Fridays – 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm, an hour extra training afterwards
Price: Gym membership required

Booking: Via the gym website.

If you would like to join the Community classes, please get in touch so I may add you to our Whatsapp groups to keep you informed of times and changes.

Please come back later for new dates and times.

Qigong and Tai Chi class Syllabus:

  • Ba Duan Jin – 8 Pieces of Brocade Qigong
  • Wudang Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) 28 steps
  • Wudang Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) 108 steps
  • Wudang Qigong for Health
  • Zhang Zhuan – Standing meditation
  • Zuo Wang – Sitting meditation
  • Self massage – Based on Tui Na Medical Massage
  • Postural alignment – Based on Tai Chi principles
  • Lifestyle advice (Yang Sheng) – Based on Chinese Medicine Principles
  • Nervous system balancing exercises – Based on the works of Stanley Rosenberg

What to expect

During these Qigong and Tai Chi classes we always start with gentle warm ups based on Daoist movements. Moving and mobilizing all parts of the body head to toe. We may do some self-massage to release the fascia and muscles of our bodies. Which is followed by a few simple Qigong (Dao Yin) exercises to get ready for deeper work.

Depending on the skills and abilities of the participant we may do some light strengthening exercises followed by either sitting or standing meditation. So we may start the real work with a loose body and clear mind.

I may ask the group if they would like to focus on any specific subject or areas of their body.
We may take it gently with practicing Qigong exercises and postural alignment or do some more dynamic Tai Chi Chuan step work and forms.

We finish every class with gratitude to our teachers, masters and our bodies to provide us with health and the ability and possibility to practice these ancient arts.