Berkshire Tai Chi (Earley)
Berkshire Tai Chi opened its new training centre in Earley in April 2014 and this is now its main centre for New Beginners Courses in traditional Chen style Tai Chi.
It also holds classes there at Advanced level (Chen style).
The main School was set up in West Reading in 1996 and has been teaching traditional Yang & Chen family Tai Chi ever since across the Royal County. It also has a centre in Arborfield.
Other services provided include Seminars, Talks & Demonstrations, and – by appointment – private lessons.
NEW BEGINNERS CLASS STARTS 18th September 2023 (7 weeks: £75)
Further details available through the Berkshire Tai Chi website.
Enrolment deadline: 15th September 2023, 5 pm.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Philip Larsson
- Contact Position
- Senior Instructor
- 07814 969 540 07814 969 540
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- Parent Organisation
Where to go
- St. Nicolas Centre
- RG6 7JN
Directions to RG6 7JN
Earley St. Nicolas Centre is situated just off the Wokingham Road between Earley Railway Station and the Showcase Cinema roundabout. There is ample free off-road parking adjacent to the church.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Classes: Mondays, 19:00 - 20:00; Saturdays, 09:00- 10:00; 10:30 - 11:30
- Time of day
- Session Information
Times may periodically be updated, so please check the Berkshire Tai Chi website for up-to-date information.
Beginners classes usually run on a Saturday morning or Monday evening. Details of the latest Beginners class is available on the Berkshire Tai Chi website.
Intermediate and Advanced classes run continuously throughout the year.
- Details of all new programmes (including cost) are available through the Berkshire Tai Chi website.
- Referral required
- Other notes
We cater for all experience levels.
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