Stuart Agars will cover some of the original Shibashi exercises and the second hour Liu He Ba Fa Form training. The form is suitable for all abilities so come along and have a go!
02 Mar 2015 - Update: Class with Stuart Agars 11 March
29 Dec 2014 - 2015 New Year update
We have updated the website with details on classes and workshops taking place in 2015. Please keep checking the website for details of any changes, updates or additions to these sessions. Wednesday classes resume on 7th January.
Our Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 11th February at Thirsk Town Hall, starting at 8pm. The preceding class that week will be shortened to one hour.
25 Jul 2014 - Visit by Master Hui
On July 9th Master Hui came to the Vale of York T’ai Chi Qigong Association at Thirsk and took the 90 minute class with our regular tutor Stuart Agars. The class was enjoyed by ten people and finished with a relaxing meditation. Afterwards we had refreshments and a chance to speak to Master Hui and ask questions. Master Hui was in the UK for about four weeks giving classes, personal tuition and seminars.
28 Jun 2014 - Special class with Master Hui Kit Wah
The Vale of York T’ai Chi Qigong Association is hosting a special class with Master Hui Kit Wah. It will take place on Wednesday July 9th at Thirsk Town Hall between 7-8.30pm followed by refreshments. Stuart Agars, who is a regular tutor for the Vale of York, will also be there. The fee for this class will be £15.00 for the session. Please get in touch if you require any further information.
23 Apr 2014 - Spring 2014 Grading
The Vale of York T’ai Chi Qigong held a grading recently at Sutton under Whitestonecliffe Village Hall. Two candidates presented themselves for assessment; Pat Tearall who was grading up from blue sash to orange and Ann Morrish, progressing from red sash to part one of her black sash. They were examined by Sifu Pat Brooks, assisted by Sifu Sue Dixon, in front of a small group of members and a supporter. Both successfully completed their individual demanding schedule of exercises and forms. Each candidate clearly demonstrated the many hours of training and dedication that it had taken to reach their new grade and received warm congratulations from their fellow students.