United Kingdom·August 12 2023
Beach Tai Chi with Terry Saltburn Saturday Morning
Discover the Serenity of Tai Chi: A Gentle Exercise for Harmony and BalanceSOLD OUT
Tai Chi is a gentle and flowing form of exercise that originated in ancient China. It involves slow and deliberate movements that are often described as a graceful dance. The purpose of Tai Chi is to promote harmony and balance in both the body and mind. Terry is your Tai Chi guide and says "Tai Chi as a perfectly rounded Holistic system of exercise that has been clinically proven to benefit regular participants physically, emotionally and spiritually. Like meditative, mindful movement, Tai Chi is perfectly suited for people of all ages and abilities to learn how to harness the power of nature and to cultivate their own "Inner Athlete". In Tai Chi, you perform a series of movements, known as forms, while focusing on your breathing and maintaining a calm and relaxed state. The movements are usually continuous, with one flowing smoothly into the next. It's like a slow, rhythmic dance routine. One of the great things about Tai Chi is that it can be practiced by people of all ages and fitness levels. It doesn't require any special equipment, and you can do it almost anywhere. Plus, it's low impact, which means it's gentle on your joints and muscles. Regular practice of Tai Chi has been shown to have many benefits. It can improve your balance, flexibility, and strength. It can also help reduce stress and promote a sense of inner calm and relaxation. Some people even find it helps with their concentration and focus.
Safety and trust
We create a safe space for you to surrender, relax and feel into the experience.
You are in control of your experience. We take you slowly, gently and incrementally to a place which brings the most healing.
Inner and outer healing
When you work on the inner healing, then everything else will fall into place.
We are delighted to welcome Terry Doyle to our Wellbeing Team. Terry is a founding member of Jason Chan's Infinite Arts Academy and a long term Oblate with a Contemplative Community that specializes in taking the gifts of Meditation to the margin's of society. He has been studying and practicing various Holistic Therapies for over 30 year's alongside of the profound metaphysic's of A Course in Miracles since 1996.
Terry specializes in teaching Tai Chi and Chi Kung breathwork in classes, workshops and retreats both locally and across the Uk, sharing the gifts with street homeless through to the rich and famous.
Alongside of his Holistic Wellbeing Coaching, Terry is committed to Social Justice and is a community organizer working alongside of more marginalized people from Asylum Seeker's, those who are lonely and isolated, or have issues with addiction, mental health and/or homelessness.
Have a look at our schedule below!
Arrive in plenty of time
Give yourself 10 minutes to get ready for your session. Please note there is sauna before and after if you wish.
For 45/50 mins explore the peaceful world of Tai Chi, a graceful and flowing exercise. Learn how this gentle practice promotes harmony and balance in your body and mind.
A beautiful peaceful venue:
A lovely community space
We will be located past the pier, past the beach huts, at the opposite end of Saltburn beach car park. .
There is free parking at the top of the cliff but you need to walk down.
If you are at the pier , look out to sea. Walk to your left or in a westerly direction: You will see the sauna tent after a few minutes.
The activity is a bit further up the beach out of the way.
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I have not done this before help!?
The activity is for complete beginners through to experts. This is for all levels and the teacher will give you what you need and take you to where you need to be, whether you are a beginner or advanced.
I'm not flexible - can I do this?
Yes! In fact you are a perfect candidate. Come as you are and you will find that practice will help you become more flexible . This newfound agility will be balanced by strength, coordination as well as a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being.
I'm not fit - can I do this?
Yes, absolutely. There is no assumed level of fitness required . Tai Chi can benefit everyone, giving you a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being.
Do I need a yoga mat?
No you do not need a matt but bring one of you feel it will bering comfort. You are mostly on your feet.
What if it is bad weather?
Mother nature is in charge. Part of the beauty of doing activities at the beach is connection to the elements. So if it is slightly rainey or windy we will embrace it!! However, if it is absolutely chucking it down or blowing a massive hooley we will look to use our back up location!