Learn Tai Chi, Qigong, Xinjia and Yiquan from home

You are welcome to join us on Zoom. If you are interested in any of the sessions below, would you please let me know before joining. Many thanks.

We use Zoom to host remote classes. Here's how you can download zoom:

Go to www.zoom.us onto your pc/laptop/mobile, and click on “Join a Meeting”; you will need a personal ID number and a Password – contact eva@ciaa.org.uk

If you are new to the Chinese internal arts, we would recommend starting with Qigong, as it is generally easier to learn and less physically demanding than the other internal arts we teach.  If you are still undecided, do contact us telling us your interest, goals and main purpose for learning internal arts.

Free Zoom Classes

Tuesdays 8:30 to 9:00am – Daoist Meditation – Standing, Walking and Tree Qigong

Wednesdays 8:30 to 9:00am – Silk Reeling Exercises and Qigong for Balance

Paid Zoom Classes

  • £90 for 10 sessions payable in advance for classes you attend - no show, no fee, and pro rata refundable.
  • Students can also mix and match the zoom classes listed below.

Taiji (Laojia) Exercises with Eva - open to all

When: 10:00 to 11:00 every Monday Taiji exercises for coordination, cognition, balance and effortless movement.

Daoist Health Qigong & Tai Xu with Eva - open to all

When: 10:00 to 11:00 every Tuesday

Threading the Pearl with Nine Bends. Daoist Health Exercises including Swimming, Smiling Dragon etc. Tai Xu - eight exercises for strengthening the body.

Xinjia Exercises with Karel - some experience of Taiji preferable

When: 11:30 to 12:30 every Tuesday Xinjia exercises excellent for coordination and cognition.

Yiquan with Karel - open to all

When: 20:00 to 21:00 every Tuesday

Chen Taijiquan Laojia with Eva - for students who know the first section of the form

When: 10:00 to 11:00 every Wednesday Flowing Sequence, Chan Si Gong/silk reeling exercises and the first section of the form.

Baguazhang - open to all

When: 9:00 to 10:00 every Saturday starting in April 2023 Baguazhang – ‘Original Dong’ form is characterised by circle walking, spiralling movements and eight palm changes.

Qigong for Health and Balance with Eva - open to all

When: 9:00 to 10:00 every Sunday Various types of Qigong, improving the balance of the body (deteriorating in our twenties), and the strength of the body (deteriorating in our thirties). Taiji ruler and others.