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Tai Chi Norfolk

Tai Chi is an exercise activity, that when practiced daily, has many health and wellbeing benefits. ​Although Tai Chi has its origins as a martial art, it is now most popular purely for the health, fitness and wellbeing benefits. It began as a cultural activity in China and spread throughout the world. It consists of dynamic, fluid, relaxed, graceful movements and postures. Tai Chi is suitable for all age groups, and you can join in with my classes. Glenn

  • inner calm

  • good wellbeing and confidence

  • improved coordination of movements

  • better balance

  • stronger muscles and bones

  • good posture

  • better joint function and flexibility

  • improved cardiovascular health

  • pathway into cross-training other activities

How to join in with Glenn's Tai Chi

Tai Chi Group Classes at Heacham

If you are interested in joining in with Tai Chi in our community hall at Heacham on Tuesday mornings or Saturday mornings, Tuesday class is £7 and Sat class is £10 per one hour class. please email Glenn for further information at:


Frequently Asked Questions

What age group is suitable for Tai Chi? Tai Chi is great for young and old and all will share the same class. What are the benefits of Tai Chi? Tai Chi benefits the whole body, mind and spirit, including: the cardiovascular system; flexibility; balance; joint function; muscular and bone strength, lowers blood pressure, improves ability to relax and acts against diabetes and stress. Do you practice Chi Gong? We do Tai Chi Movement, Chi Gong fitness exercises and Chi Gong meditation for inner relaxation exercises. What should I wear?​ No special kit for Tai Chi, just loose fitting clothing and flat sole shoes; e.g. plimsolls, t shirt and track bottoms. Do we work on flexibility? Yes, but no muscular force and stretching to 70% of maximum stretch is advised. Will Tai Chi improve my balance? Tai Chi is good for improving balance and you can practice Chair Tai Chi if standing is not possible. Can I do Tai Chi if I have a medical condition or disability? Always follow your doctor's advice on exercise. If you feel it will be helpful to you, inform your Tai Chi teacher of any medical or disability conditions. We have a class specially for people recovering from a stroke, please email me at: Will You Keep My Details Secure? I securely keep a contact list on Microsoft Outlook. This consists of first names and email addresses of members. I do not pass details on to any other person or organisation. Do you teach Martial Art aspect of Tai Chi? Yes, but requires a class arranged specifically for this purpose, on request. Martial Art classes consist of vigorous, strenuous, contact, combat routines.  How is your Tai Chi school set up? I am the owner (Glenn) registered as, West Norfolk Tai Chi, Self Employed, with HMRC. Based in Norfolk UK. I have been practicing Tai Chi for over 30 years and teaching for over 15 years. I am an TCUGB approved senior instructor, with clear DBS, liability insurance, first aid, with current certification for clients to view.

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Website updated on 26th March 2023

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