Our Members

We make you welcome at Killamarsh Tai Chi classes.

Beginners classes are usually the first Friday each month and you will need to register with us first.

Then you can come every Friday and once you have mastered the basics you will be invited to attend Mondays (Spring to Autumn outdoors) and Fridays too

Please don’t be apprehensive if you are thinking of coming just by yourself, we always give new members more attention and encouragement. That is not just because we are all nice people, it’s because the real benefits of Tai Chi do not come instantly. However within 30 minutes we can show you that you have gained more energy simply by having the correct posture. 

Our members range in age from just 48 to 84 and we have timed the class to allow younger members with families to attend without compromising their collection of children from school.

As there are differing levels of ability we have several groups within the class, from beginners to intermediate levels.

We have beginners Friday’s and once the basics are learned you are free to come any day.

Monday open air classes with Molly the mascot

We hold open air classes conforming with social distancing recommendations

There is a choice of Tarmac, pavings or grass, fortunately the grass is well drained and never gets boggy, even after lots of rain.

Doing the Silk Form

Killamarsh Tai chi open air class
Monday open air members doing the Silk Form

Tee shirts are sponsored by Derbyshire County Council Community Leadership Scheme.

Monday Class, Christmas Lunch.

Killamarsh Tai Chi Monday class Christmas lunch 2019
Killamarsh Tai Chi, Monday class are all smiles after a good annual Christmas Dinner

Wednesday Class, Christmas Lunch

Christmas lunch at Killamarsh Tai Chi
Another happy class after Christmas Lunch

Friday Class Christmas Lunch.

Killamarsh Tai Chi group Christmas Lunch
All smiles after a nice lunch

You may see that some people come to more than just one class.

Killamarsh Tai Chi Remember

We lay a wreath on Remembrance Day.

I may be smiling here, but I shed a tear, or two.

Remembrance Day 2022