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05 May 2018 - Spring 2018 grading

On Saturday 28th April the Vale of York T’ai Chi Association held a grading session at the village hall in Sutton under Whitestonecliffe.  Six members were graded and were awarded their new sashes after months of dedicated practice to learn the forms required for the new level.  We congratulate all taking part and wish them well  as they progress further along their T’ai Chi journey.  They were Examined by Sifu Pat Brooks, assisted by Sifu Sue Dixon.  Instructor Andrea Snow helped to prepare members for grading.  

Photo: left to right back row,  Helen Judd  Yellow Sash, Jenny Wilson Blue Sash, Margaret French Green Sash, Pat Tearall Red Sash, Christine Parkinson Green Sash and Ann Wilson Blue Sash.  Front row Sifu Pat Brooks, Sifu Sue Dixon Instructor Andrea Snow.


05 Mar 2018 - Spring update - 5 March 2018

On the first class of every month, we are including an extra half hour (20.30-21.00). This will be for free practice for anyone wishing to stay and have some time to go over forms they wish to revise. This will be charged at an extra £1.50 to cover the host of room hire


18 Jan 2018 - Happy New Year!

Happy new year to all our members. We have updated the website with details of this year's classes and workshops - these can be found via this link


04 Dec 2017 - End of year update

An couple end of year update for our members:

Our annual Christmas meal for members takes place Wednesday 6th December at The Kings Arms, Sandhutton, Thirsk. 7pm for 7.30pm, for prebooked members and their guests only.

Wednesday classes stop for Christmas break between on 20th and 27th December. The class on 3rd January will run, but the class on 10th January has been cancelled. Regular Wednesday classes resume Wednesday 17th January.


01 Oct 2017 - October 2017 update

We have a new workshop on 7th October, at Brompton Village Hall with Master Alan Box. Full details are available via this link

Wednesday classes with Stuart Agars will be on 11th October and 8th November. These will be two hours long, at a cost of £5 per hour


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