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Thu, 23 May

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Tai Chi for Hypermobility

This session will be led by Nicola Jones a Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation instructor living with hypermobility. Tai Chi is a slow moving Chinese martial art for health and wellbeing. Learn how how the practice can be used as a method to support the hypermobile body.

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Tai Chi for Hypermobility
Tai Chi for Hypermobility

Time & Location

23 May 2024, 19:00 – 20:00

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About the Event

About Nicola Jones

Nicola Jones is a Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation instructor living with hypermobility. Her specialism is working with people living with chronic illness, passing on methods to improve quality of life, lessen the pain experience, ease fatigue and build resilience.  Nicola trains students online on Zoom, via video on demand classes and through community classes on the Isle of Wight.

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Thursday 23 May 7-8pm Tai Chi for Hypermobility

  • Tai Chi is a slow moving Chinese martial art for health and wellbeing
  • How the practice can be used as a method to support the hypermobile body.
  • Learn about safe whole body movements, stability and balance, fall prevention, stabilising the joints, core control, releasing physical tension, mobilising the spine hips and shoulders, posture correction and the mental health benefits of the art.

Session Format

  • Introduction to my personal and professional journey.
  • About Tai Chi.
  • The connection with hypermobility.
  • About my classes.
  • Q&A.
  • Baselines and pacing.
  • Introduction to Tai Chi.
  • To include seated and standing movements.

Nicola will also be leading a second session - on Monday 15th July - where Nicola will introduce Quigong - a related but different practice.

This session will take place, online - on zoom.  

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