Nik Kerwin

Tai Chi teacher

Based in
Bexleyheath, Bexley, United Kingdom
Nik Kerwin | Tai Chi teacher

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Thursday 7:30 - 10:00 pm

St. Michaels Church Hall,
Abbey Wood Road,
Abbey Wood,


07850 787 772 (mobile)
07811 297 079 (mobile)


[email protected]
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T'ai Chi is an adaptable system of movement working on postural, physiological and psychological processes of the body improving co-ordination and body movement whilst using 96% of all muscle groups of the body. It has been used for centuries to optimise health and well being and is very adaptable for all age groups due to its versatility and ability to adapt to the individual.

"I enjoy Tai Chi and wish that I had started lessons years ago. I feel better after class both physically and mentally." (TAO student)

"T’ai Chi helps me to motivate my limbs with ease and get around more freely. The breathing exercise helps me to relax. I also enjoy the friendly atmosphere in the group sessions." (TAO student and MS sufferer)

Feng Shou (Hand of the Wind) is a system of Kung Fu. It is an internal form of Chinese martial arts being both dynamic and fluid utilizing kicks, punches, locks, throws, controls and grappling. It is suitable for both male and female, young and old and is very adaptable to competition in both light and full-contact sparring.

Additional Information
Renown for being the “memory man” of Li style forms Nik runs very popular T’ai Chi and Feng Shou classes in Abbey Wood. Gaining Gold, Silver or Bronze in every National competition he has entered, Nik’s competition experience spans three separate disciplines (push hands, Chinese wrestling & semi-contact sparring). Nik has also represented England in an International match against Germany.

BCCMA Level 2 Coach
BCCMA Judge – Forms (traditional & modern), Qingda & Sanshou
ITEC Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology & Body Massage

More information about the TAO
The TAO was formed in 1995 and is a senior member of the Sports Council approved governing body for Chinese martial arts (BCCMA). The TAO has been successful in National and International competitions and has many gold medallists. Competition training is available from 5 years to veteran.


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


Only once you have enjoyed training with us for 4 sessions will we ask you to join our organisation membership scheme which includes Governing Body licence and free insurance cover - this cover is provided through a broker approved by the Governing Body (the BCCMA) and is a bespoke insurance cover - i.e. made to measure!

Annual Membership subscription rate:
Adults - £40
Juniors - £30

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