Paul Miller

Chen Family Taijiquan instructor

Based in
South Shore, Blackpool, United Kingdom
Also teaches in Blackpool, Fleetwood. Great eccleston., Poulton, Preston
Paul Miller | Chen Family Taijiquan instructor

Rates: £4-5 per hour


Make an enquiry Phone: 07400336669
Skype

We have many classes in the Lancashire area from day time to evening. I am a registered Instructor with the Tai chi union for Great Britain.

We teach: Laojia Yilu, Foundation Forms, qi gong, stretching and flexibility, meditation.

We are fully insured and CRB checked. My classes are suitable for ages 12 - 100

Beginners classes are always available

Group Classes

Tai Chi in the park!

We meet at Blackpool Sports Centre Car Park at 9:40am and walk to the tennis courts to begin Taiji at approx 10:00am - 11:00am

Tai Chi in the park is suitable for all levels from complete beginner to more advanced.

Tai chi in the park runs for 1 hour

This event is run by Chen Taiji Blackpool and Wu Xing Chen Taijiquan

We charge 50p to play which is donated to charity.

this is a good way to check out which teachers are available in your area and an excellent introduction to learning Tai Chi.

There are usually 40 participants so its also a good way to make new friends.

Please contact 07400 336 669 for details and times of next Taiji in the Park

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
Stanley Park, Blackpool, Lancashire
Location: 
Tennis Courts, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
last Saturday or Sunday of the month. Please call for detals or check out info on www.chentaiji.co.uk
Rates: 
50p

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Online teaching offered

THE SMALL PRINT

No need to book, just give me a ring and turn up at the class.
Always wear comfortable loose clothing and flat soled shoes/trainers.

Make an enquiry Phone: 07400336669
Skype

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