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Community Tai Chi sessions!

10 October 2022

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Anglia Innovation Partnership LLP (AIP LLP), the park management entity on Norwich Research Park have organised a series of Tai Chi lessons for members of the Norwich Research Park community.

Tai Chi is a martial art well known for its health benefits, and as an effective means of alleviating stress and anxiety, which makes this a great class to fit into your working week.

The sessions will be led by Keith Roost and Gloria Dean from the Golden Rooster of Tai Chi & Qigong.

Keith is a lineage disciple in two traditions of Tai Chi Chuan, having studied the Chinese Internal arts for over 45 years, he also served as a judge and gave demonstrations and seminars at international events. He is a registered senior teacher with the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain, and was also a member of the British Council for Chinese Martial Arts and a registered teacher of Tai Chi for Arthritis under Dr Paul Lam. designed and delivered tailored courses to many varied organisations including Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge and the Universidade dos Hospitais in Coimbra, Portugal.

Gloria is an artist, writer and teacher of Tai Chi and Qigong in Coimbra, Portugal and Norwich, UK. She is a director and teacher with the Golden Rooster School. Gloria has a finely developed appreciation of aesthetics and conveys the subtle requirements of the internal arts with clarity and openness.

Sessions are taking place on Thursday lunchtimes, on the following dates:

  • 6th October
  • 13th October
  • 20th October
  • 3 November
  • 10th November

 

If you are a part of the Norwich Research Park community and are interested in joining any of the sessions, please email alexia.mlynarska@norwichresearchpark.com.

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