Tai Chi Styles

We cover the main five styles of Tai Chi in our classes at Village Gym. Each one focusses on a different area though they're all about continuous, graceful movements. 

Find the style that works for you and adapt it for your own fitness levels. 

Yang style Tai Chi involves slow movements and a focus on your relaxation levels. A great class for Tai Chi beginners or yoga fans looking for something new.

Wu style Tai Chi features micro-movements rather than large stretches. You'll move slowly, making only little movements each time. This is designed to strengthen key muscles and improve your balance.

Chen style Tai Chi is a combination of slow movements and quicker transitions. Expect to do some punching, kicking and squatting. 

Sun style Tai Chi is similar to Chen style, though less physically demanding, making it a great option for older adults of Tai Chi beginners.

Hao style Tai Chi is designed to work on posture, positioning the body and strength.