Tai Chi for Pre School Children : 2-5 year olds

Tai Chi represents an activity that is accessible to all ages, genders and abilities.  It is different from the norm for children. It develops concentration and focus, and provides physical exercise that is suitable for all regardless of fitness. There is no competiveness with Tai Chi - the only person you are competing against is yourself in mastering the moves. If you choose to do this with family, it can alter the usual learning relationship of adult teaching child, with both on an equal footing. The merits of this are that it can bring a closer relationship between the two built on mutual respect.

We offer a 5 week course to children aged between 2 to 5. We do welcome parents or carers participating in class alongside their child/children.

Why Tai Chi For Pre School Kids?

 

Fun for Boys, Girls & Parents

Childrens Tai Chi is a fun experience helping the young to become aware of their breathing, movements, co-ordination at the same time as being introduced to a new culture. It provides coping mechanisms to combat stress for adults but importantly for children too.  

"to raise aspirations, boost achievement and foster a love of learning, so that young people can make the most of their abilities and interests."

learn to respect, be Calm,  release tension, improve co-ordination

They learn to become aware of their breath and movement and what it is like to relax, an insight into eastern culture and language and It is non competitive and anyone can do it. Individual tasks, games and a set of traditional moves.

The Next Children's Course:

Date: TBC

Venue: Sellindge Village Hall

Time: TBC

Price: £25.00 and 50% discount for siblings

Places are limited. To book your place please e-mail us at: taichiforyou@hotmail.co.uk

N.B. Sorry course must be paid for in full

Parents are welcome and siblings at a discount

 

 

 

 

Meet the teacher

Emma Pullar is an experienced teacher and mum of 3!

Childrens Tai Chi is a fun experience helping the young to become aware of their breathing, movements, co-ordination at the same time as being introduced to a new culture. It provides coping mechanisms to combat stress for adults but importantly for children too.

 

 

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