Regular Classes


Monday The Printworks, Tavistock, Devon

Beginners                            9.30 - 10.30 

Tuesday Printworks Tavistock, Devon 

No longer Beginners          9.30 - 10.30 (Tavistock Park in summer)

New beginners                   12 - 1pm

Thursday Calstock Village Hall 

Beginners                           4.30 - 5.30pm 

Mixed level                          5.30 - 6.30pm

Friday Printworks Tavistock, Devon

Intermediate                       09.30  - 10.30  (Tavistock Park in summer)        

Intermediate                       11.30 - 12.30

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                                        Tai chi in a time of trouble

There is no doubt that stress and fear impact heavily on the body's immune system, so now, more than ever, Tai Chi has a significant role to play in maintaining our well being and keeping us calm, centred and energised. 

Whenever you can use your Tai Chi to connect you to nature - open, connect and flow so that your energy circulates and your immune system feels supported. 

Just a reminder (I’m sure you are already fully aware) but:

If you have coronavirus symptoms:

    • a high temperature
   • a new, continuous cough
   • a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste

Get a test and stay at home. If you are experiencing normal cough and cold / flu symptoms please don't come to class either, but stay home look after yourself and return once you feel better. We all need to look after ourselves and each other.






Hand Hygiene

On line classes


These classes were made for students to use during the 'Lockdown' and are intended to support class practice. They are not available independent of actual lessons but as a suppliment to study.

£5.00 minimum contribution - once you have the password you can access class as often as you like

Or you can sign up for all 8 classes (£40)

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Suggestions - Vitamin D and C and zinc are all recommended, as are fresh lemon & ginger juice, chilli, & black cumin oil!

One-to-one classes are available at £30 outdoors or indoor £35 for 1 hour. 

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 The first part of the form to Single Whip with commentary, and a collection of updated details and notes.

Form up to White Crane 

Focus on Brush Knee and correct knee alignment

From Sink Down to Single Whip on the diagonal

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From Single Whip (SE) to Diagonal Flying

From Step Up Circle Hands to Turn and Chop with Fist

From Turn and Chop with Fist to Cloud Hands

From Snake Creeps Down to End of Form

Tai Chi promotes well-being and stability through gentle, flowing, yet powerful movement and the gradual development of an inner sense of strength and tranquility .  In the class there is an emphasis on breath and postural alignment. Classes include solo practice and partner exercises only when working with people from the same household. Adam is a senior instructor with Tai Chi Union of Great Britain. He teaches with humour and attention to individual needs, his classes are open to everyone regardless of age or experience.

Tutor: Adam has practiced Tai Chi for over 30 years, he teaches a short form based on the Beijing, style of the late  Rose Shao-Chiang Li but incorporating influences from a variety of styles and teachers.


taster sessions are £5.00  Thereafter 6 sessions for £50.00 to be completed over 8 weeks or £10.00 per class for one-off lessons.



These sessions can be set up to suit and can be

outdoors or anywhere suitable indoors

One on one session:                £30 for 45 mins

Two students                            £20 for 30mins
                                                   £40 for 60mins                        

Three students:                        £45 for 60mins


















Alan Watts’s The Way of Zen 


A world which increasingly consists of destinations without journeys between them, a world which values only “getting somewhere” as fast as possible, becomes a world without substance. One can get anywhere and everywhere, and yet the more this is possible, the less is anywhere and everywhere worth getting to. For points of arrival are too abstract, too Euclidean to be enjoyed, and it is all very much like eating the precise ends of a banana without getting what lies in between. The point, therefore, of these arts is the doing of them rather than the accomplishments. But, more than this, the real joy of them lies in what turns up unintentionally in the course of practice, just as the joy of travel is not nearly so much in getting where one wants to go as in the unsought surprises which occur on the journey.


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Foot Notes

Tai Chi slippers can be purchased online relatively cheaply. I like this soft rubber soled version, which dont slip on smooth floors