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New beginner Tai Chi classes starting in 2022

In 2022, we will be starting many new beginner tai chi classes across Merseyside and Cheshire.

For more details on our new beginner tai chi classes please click here.

Please remember that if you would like to attend any of our classes, you must contact the school at your earliest convenience to register your spot and interest as there are only a limited number of spaces per venue/class.


New Tai Chi classes starting in Formby and Whaley Bridge in July and September 2021

With the lockdown being lifted in the UK, Tai Chi classes have either resumed (see restarted classes below) or starting. We have two new beginners Tai Chi classes starting in July 2021, both in Formby; and three new beginners Tai Chi class starting in September 2021 in Whaley Bridge and Macclesfield.

A Chen-style Tai Chi class will be starting on Wednesday 7th July 2021, and will be held every Wednesday at 10.15am-11.15am at the Holy Trinity Church, Rosemary Lane, Formby, Liverpool L37 3HA. Class curriculum includes Chen Style 19 Form, 38 Form, Laojia, Chan Si Gong (Silk Reeling exercises) and more.

A Yang-style Tai Chi class will be starting on Monday 5th July 2021, and will be held every Monday at 7.15pm-8.15pm also at the Holy Trinity Church, Rosemary Lane, Formby, Liverpool L37 3HA. Class curriculum includes Yang Style 85 Form, Chi Kung and more.

A new beginners Tai Chi class will be starting in September 2021 and will take place every Wednesday at 10am-11.30am at the Mechanics Institute, Market Street, Whaley Bridge SK23 7AA, Derbyshire.

A new beginners Tai Chi class will be starting in September 2021 and will take place every Monday at 8pm-9.30pm at the Whaley Bridge Uniting Church, Whaley Bridge SK23 7HT, High Peak, Derbyshire.

A new beginners Tai Chi class will be starting in September 2021 and will take place every Wednesday at 8pm-9pm at the Bollington Community Centre, Ovenhouse Lane, Bollington, Macclesfield SK10 5EZ.

Interested participants should contact the school as soon as possible for more details and to reserve a place.


Online Tai Chi courses

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we have now started online tai chi courses. These courses consists of video recording of the hand forms that we teach at the school. Please note that these online tai chi courses only serve as a guidance for practicing the hand forms, and not a replacement for our face-to-face lessons. Please click here for more information regarding our tai chi online classes and the payment.


Tai Chi instructor training course in 2020

Due to coronavirus, the Tai Chi training course below will not and has not taken place, and will be rescheduled in the near future.

The Kam Lau School of Tai Chi Chuan will be hosting a 2 day training course in Liverpool in 2020 for students interested in learning genuine Tai Chi knowledge. During the 2 days we will teach you the correct posture of the Zhan Zhuang (standing posture), basic silk reeling exercise and the whole of the Chen style 19 form and its applications. During this training course workshop we will also explain and demonstrate the elastic power of Peng Jin. Click here for more information about this Tai Chi instructor training course.