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Tai Chi for Health/Tai Chi for Arthritis/T'ai Chi for Osteoporosis/T'ai Chi for Diabetes/T'ai Chi 4Kidz/Seated T'ai Chi

These beautiful and gentle Tai Chi for Health programmes have been developed by Dr Paul Lam with T'ai Chi and medical experts  to provide safe, enjoyable and beneficial exercise to people  with arthritis,  diabetes, osteoporosis or those with a reduction in mobility for any reason.  The programmes are also suitable for everyone and provide a wonderful introduction to T'ai Chi for any beginner, with or without fitness issues.

They are suitable for all ages and abilities and can also be practised in a chair. These programmes' effects are medically proven to have benefited countless people worldwide. T'ai Chi is also a wonderful stressbuster and  participants have fun in a safe and friendly supportive atmosphere.

Tai Chi provides many benefits for body, mind and spirit, including improved:

  • Muscle strength (to support painful joints)
  • Mobility
  • Flexibility/range of movement
  • Confidence
  • Balance
  • Circulation
  • Motivation
  • Ability to relax and calm your mind
  • Pain management
  • General health and wellbeing
  • Lowering of blood pressure
  • Fun and social contact!


Come along and join us. I look forward to meeting you!

Certified Instructor and Senior Trainer with the internationally recognised Tai Chi for Health Institute I have over 20 years experience of practising and teaching Tai Chi, am fully qualified and insured, and hold current Emergency First Aid and PVG certification.

Premier Member of The Tai Chi for Health Institute.

Day and evening classes available.


NOTE: Classes are all on the ground floor with easy wheelchair access.

Days and Times: Call for details or see Website:


Various locations (Lanarkshire)

ML1 Motherwell
United Kingdom

Contact Data:

Contact: morag mcdade
Tel: 07748808801
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Located in: North Lanarkshire