Wai-Yii Rogers

Lishi Daoist Tai chi teacher

Based in
Leeds, United Kingdom
Wai-Yii Rogers | Lishi Daoist Tai chi teacher

Make an enquiry Phone: 0793 0463 571

Group Classes

Leeds University Lishi Class

The Leeds Uni classes run twice a week and Everyone is Welcome!

Learn how to use your energy, get toned and supple and practice an ancient Chinese art form.

You will be introduced to a range of exercises that make up Lishi.

These include:

• Daoist Taijiquan forms including the Square Yard form and Flying Hands form
• Kai Men – a system of Daoist Yoga to open up your energy channels – great for increasing suppleness and flexibility
• Dao Yin breathing exercises for good health and detoxing
• Qi Gong – learn how to use and direct your intrinsic energy
• “Hand of the Wind” Kung Fu – a dynamic system of self Defence – great for toning and increasing stamina
• Chang Ming –Ancient Long Life Dietary Therapy
Read what other students at Leeds Uni say about the classes here:


New Members of the Leeds Uni classes are also able to come along to the Monday night
Headingley class for a reduced rate. See here for details:


It's a: 
The Arc - Conference Room - Leeds University Union
Lifton Place, LS2 9JT, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Friday 3-4.30


De stress, RE-energise, get fit!

Daoism is the art and science of cultivating Qi.
Qi is the energy that flows through the universe and all living beings, including you!

The International Daoist Society runs classes throughout Leeds teaching an ancient Daoist system of exercise called Lishi.
At these classes you will learn how to cultivate and use your Qi.

Deposits of £20 required
Cheques to Headingley Lishi Arts - 21 Aberdeen Grove, Leeds, LS12 3QY

It's a: 
Our Lady of Lourdes Church Hall
Chapel Fold (off Cardigan Road), Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Mondays 7-9pm
£72 or £60 concessions


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Make an enquiry Phone: 0793 0463 571

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