Tai Chi for Wellbeing at The Bishop’s Palace
Starts 22nd April 2021
The Bishop’s Palace in Wells will begin hosting weekly Tai Chi for Wellbeing sessions in their magnificent gardens from 22nd April 2021.
Led by local practitioner John Beasley, who has over 20 years of Tai Chi experience, these sessions will promote wellness and mindfulness.
Tai Chi is a non-competitive marital art known for both its defence techniques and its health benefits.
As an exercise, it comprises gentle physical exercise and stretching with mindfulness.
The sessions are suitable for all regardless of age or ability.
The course will run every Thursday from 11am to 12pm for six weeks from 22nd April.
Attendees require a valid entrance ticket or pass to the Palace – there is no additional cost for the sessions, although an optional £5 donation in aid of St Margaret’s Hospice can be made.
Pre-booking is advised but not essential - places to attend the sessions can be pre-booked on the Palace website.
So, take control of your wellbeing this Spring and join John and others in the beautiful surroundings of the Palace Gardens.
Covid Safe – All sessions will be delivered in line with the most up to date government guidance on Covid-19. If you are feeling unwell or have tested positive for Covid-19 we ask that you do not attend.