Gabi Putnoki

Tai Chi & Qi Gong teacher

Based in
Stoke Newington, Greater London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in GREATER LONDON, UK
Gabi Putnoki | Tai Chi & Qi Gong teacher

Rates: £10/beginner class

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I teach Yang style Tai Chi and Qi Gong. My aim is to find inner peace, balance and harmony in life and this is what I focus on in my teaching through the martial and meditative elements of my practise.

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Group Classes

New Qi Gong courses in Stoke Newington

Energise your day with our new Qi Gong courses. Suited for all levels, this course will help you mobilise the energy within the body developing:

- Overall health
- Flexibility
- Strength
- Balance and grounding
- Stress relief
- Increased energy

Get in touch for further details, all ages, all levels of experience welcome!

It's a: 
St Paul's Church Hall, Stoke Newington Road (corner of Amhurst Road)
Stoke Newington Road, N16 7UE, London, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
8-week courses starting on the 7th & 9th May 2012 Mondays: 8.35-9.15pm or Wednesdays: 12-12.45pm Contact Gabi on 07982 716 981

10-week Daytime Beginners Tai Chi Course - Stoke Newington, 25th Apr 2012

Contact Gabi on 07982 716 981 or [email protected]

Mei Quan Academy of Taiji - Traditional Yang Style

Mei Quan Academy (pronounced "May Ch-one"), established in 1990, is comprised of a number of local branches throughout London (listed to the right). We have developed a warm and friendly atmosphere, and a group of long-established, highly-trained and well-supervised teachers.

We teach all aspects of Yang Style Tai Chi (correctly spelt Taiji, or fully as Taijiquan) to a mixed and good-humoured group of students, from beginners’ classes through to advanced.

Class Environment

Classes usually have a 50/50 male/ female mix of students who come from all walks of life and around the world. The atmosphere is relaxed and supportive and our teachers pay close attention to the students’ progress as a class and individually. There is time for laughter during classes, and for sociable tea breaks afterwards; learning and training require a balance of enjoyment, focus, relaxation and connection. We encourage genuine training rather than pretentiousness or appearances.

We run extensive special events, class outings, seminars, parties, dinners and excursions, in and around London. In our classes there is a long-established group of supportive senior students whose advice can be requested at any time by beginners.

What we Practise

We focus on the key aspects of Tai Chi:

Becoming calm, centred and grounded
Co-ordination, balance, suppleness and skill
Harmony of body, mind and spirit, and harmony with natural cycles
Self-knowledge, confidence, self-discipline
Developing increased energy
We practise all elements of the traditional Yang Style syllabus, and interested students can choose to study any or all of the 5 aspects of Tai Chi (Taiji / Taijiquan): development of one’s health, meditation, martial art, spiritual self-development, and aspects of Chinese Medicine and traditional culture.

Our training encourages a high level of excellence and achievement in all aspects of life.

It's a: 
St Paul's Church Hall, Stoke Newington Road (corner of Amhurst Road)
N16 7UE, East London, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Wednesdays 10.30-11.45am, starting on 25th Apr 2012, 10-week course, £98
£98/10-week course

Beginners Evening Tai Chi class in Stoke Newington - starting on 10th Jan 2011

This course is selling out quickly, advance booking is necessary.

It's a: 
St Paul's Church Hall
Stoke Newington Road (Corner of Amhurst Rd), Stoke Newington, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
29th June 2011, 7.00-8.15pm Advance booking necessary, call Gabi on 07982 716 981 or [email protected]
£108/12-week course


Aimed at: Beginner and Intermediate.

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