Tai chi & qi gong

Tai chi is a great low-impact activity.  It focuses on improving your balance and core strength. Generally, it is accessible to everyone no matter your age or ability.

This activity is particularly popular because building strength and balance can reduce the risk of falling, as well as ease the symptoms of various health conditions.

The sessions can be taken seated or standing. Many of the movements and poses involved can be adapted for people with disabilities, including wheelchair users.

Each session will work on gentle movement and breathing.

The sessions are based in our Neuro Gym, upstairs at The Brain Charity. The location is fully accessible and we have a lift.

Clothing should be loose, and flat pumps or trainers should be worn (not barefoot/ socks).

This 6-week block course is open to all those with neurological conditions and participants of any level are welcome.

 

Places are limited to 12 per session, so click the sign-up button to reserve your place today

The first session takes place between 2.30pm and 3.30pm.

If that session is fully booked, a second session will be held from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

To take part, please click the sign-up button today and specify your preferred session in the comments section of the form.

For more information, email gym@thebraincharity.org.uk or call us on 0151 298 2999 and ask to speak to our Gym Manager Scott.

 

Please check with your doctor before engaging in new physical activity.

Reserve your free place

Date Tuesday, 12th March, 2024
Starts 14:30
Ends 16:30
Venue  The Brain Charity
Address Norton Street
Liverpool
L3 8LR