Steve Whiteley

Tai Chi and Kung Fu instructor

Based in
Chorley, United Kingdom
Steve  Whiteley | Tai Chi and Kung Fu instructor

Rates: £5.00 per hour. Pay as you go.


Make an enquiry Phone: 07929981706

Born in Chorley Lacashire.
Has been practising Martial arts since 1974.
Has been teaching Martial arts for over 25 years.

One-to-one lessons

Group Classes

Tai Chi

Tai Chi Chuan is a traditional Chinese art form that has been practiced as a daily exercise routine for centuries in oriental cultures to promote good health, well being and enhance mobility and balance. There are various Tai Chi styles, including Chen style, Wu style and Yang style. The Yang style forms are comprised of slow, flowing motions that require continuous, movements involving the shifting of body weight and circular movements of the body, arms and legs. Tai Chi emphasises conscious awareness of body position and movement while bringing mind and body together in harmony. In 2001, the government pointed out that this type of adapted exercise can improve strength, flexibility, balance, mobility and posture control for all age groups.

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
Fairview Community Centre, Adlington. Tatton Community Centre, Chorley.
Location: 
Highfield Road North, Adlington, Chorley, Chorley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Every Friday 1.30pm at Fareview Centre, Adlington Every Monday 6.00pm at Tatton Community Centre, Chorley
Rates: 
£5.00 an hour pay as you go.

Steve Whiteley

Open to all ages. No initial joining fee.
Tel: 07929981706

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
St. Georges Church hall
Location: 
Halliwell St, Chorley, Lancs, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Thurs Children 6.30-7.30 pm Adults 7.45-9.00 pm
Rates: 
£5.00 per lesson. Pay as you go.

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Make an enquiry Phone: 07929981706

Last login: 5 years 36 weeks ago


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