Minimum Temperature: 3°C (37°F)
Wind Direction: Southerly
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From 11:30am to 12:15pm
Lighthouse Aqua Tai Chi ® is a gentle and enjoyable, mindful and holistic. There is soothing background music and warm water to encourage relaxation and help you to unwind, letting go of stress and worry. The sessions are fun and friendly, non-competitive and a great way to make new friends. Get your cozzy on and give it a go. Non-swimmers welcome
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This 45 minute programme is a gentle and enjoyable group exercise, in warm water that is also mindful and holistic. Accessible to non-swimmers and people who are less confident in water.
Low impact and relaxing the programme is suitable for all levels of fitness and ability and is specifically designed to :
Improve Balance, co-ordination and mobility
Increase Joint and tendon strength
Boost well-being and aid relaxation
Engage the whole body in mindful movement and motivate full participation.
Be accessible to anyone who has not done any exercise for a long time or has an injury that limits mobility
Teach real Tai Chi movements for progressive learning from Aqua to Land based classes
The sessions are fun, friendly and non-competitive. There is soothing background music to encourage relaxation and the instructors are mature, supportive and experienced, using gentle motivation and encouragement.
This is an ideal exercise for people with:
Knee and Hip Replacements
Stress related Illness
Balance and general mobility difficulties
Rehabilitation after injury or surgery
Please always check with your GP or medical professional before undertaking any exercise programme, especially after surgery, or if you have heart failure.
You’ll need sports swimwear. We also recommend aqua shoes and a rash vest if you feel cool in water. These items are not expensive.
Lighthouse Aqua Tai Chi® is a registered trademark and an exclusive copyrighted programme belonging to and created by fully qualified Tai Chi, Qigong and Aqua exercise instructors David Pelling and Helena Kean.