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Made with love in Ireland

Tai Chi Your Way 2017. All rights reserved

BUILDING
HEALTHY
COMMUNITIES

FOR 40 YEARS

CLASS TYPES

Traditional
Community Health
Adult Education
Private
Mental Health
Recovery 
Disability

LOCATIONS

Dublin
Meath
Wicklow
Wexford
Cork

36 

8K

150 

"Your own positive future begins in this moment. All you have is right now.

 

Every goal is possible from here."

LAO TZU

what people say

"Tai Chi helps you to experience the world in a different way, giving you a new perspective on yourself and those around you. It gives you the tools to build boundaries and break them". 

Eve, Meath

My first introduction to Tai chi was about ten years ago. I had  severe osteoporosis, a shattered hip and several fractures in my spine. Now my spine is straight and my bones are strong. I attribute this in no small measure to the practice of Tai Chi. My GP and various medics agree.
May Ryan, Dublin

"With all the stress and strain of life at the moment, my Tai Chi with Sinéad keeps me grounded and just helps me chill and be myself with like minded people. I am so glad Sinéad has come in to my life". 

Carol, Kilmessan

"Tai Chi is me time...Calms my mind and body from a busy life. I have met some amazing people and Sinéad is brilliant". 

Carol, Dunshaughlin

...I developed Graves Disease (a form of hyperthyroidism) which was not stabilising very well despite medication. Jane was an excellent teacher and within a month or two of starting Tai Chi, my bloods were starting to show an improvement. By Christmas, I was really hooked on it and attending Wednesday and Friday classes with Stuart as well as Jane’s Monday class.  Stuart was also a fantastic teacher and his class was great fun. Now except for the odd occasion, I can generally stay on my feet for the entire class.  I have grown stronger in so many ways. My latest blood results are showing normal  readings and I attribute much of this to my Tai Chi journey.

Anne O'Brien, Dublin

"Tai Chi was something I wanted to try after seeing it in the film Calendar girls. Having suffered a parents worst nightmare, my friend and I started Tai Chi. For me it has helped to control the severe anxiety and post traumatic stress. I have met fab people at the class, who have become great friends".

Liz, Athboy