Practitioner: Tracey Underhill-Law                                                                                               

Cost: £10 per class

‘Qigong is not exercise, it is dynamic meditation. Doing repetitions is not the focus – it is conscious application of the three intentful corrections – lengthen the spine, deepen the breath, clear the mind or visualise healing.’  Dr Roger Jahnke, OMD

Qigong ( pronounced ‘chee kung’) is a gentle therapy that has its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It follows a similar class structure to tai chi, but you don’t have to learn tai chi. However, you get all the benefits of the breathing and movement.

It is qigong’s gentle movement that demands more oxygen in the system and helps regulate the body’s critical oxygen/carbon dioxide balance. Slow, deep breathing dilates the blood vessels so that the heart doesn’t have to work as hard. Besides muscle contraction, the main way to enhance the functioning of your lymph system is through breathing. The lungs have been called the ‘heart’ for the lymph system, which is key to your body’s immune function as well as removal of toxic metabolic byproducts from your cells.

Your body goes into a waking regeneration mode during qigong practice as your nervous system switches from the overactive sympathetic mode to the restorative parasympathetic mode, with an immediate calming effect and an astonishing increase in focused awareness and effective performance. Note that when you are dreaming, even though you are not awake, your nervous system is still engaged and not in the restorative state.

Research shows that qigong improves immune function, psychological distress, osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. It also has wide-ranging health benefits, depending on the focus of the session and the type of exercises that are practised.

Book Qigong

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Hatha Yoga with Hannah


Scaravelli-inspired yoga with Laura


Tai Chi with Tracey


Hatha Yoga with Shelley


Guided mindfulness (once a month)

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Pregnancy Yoga with Shelley


Vinyasa flow yoga with Hannah


Chi kung with Tracey


Vinyasa flow workshop with Anna

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Foundation yoga with Hannah


Hatha Yoga with Hannah

10.30-11.30am or 11am-12pm

Energising vinyasa flow with Clare, 14 July, 25 Aug & 22 Sept


Ashtanga Yoga with Nova

6-7pm & 7.30-8.30pm

Sound bath (once a month)

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Hatha Yoga with Hannah


Find your inner calm with Natalie, six week course starting 19 July


Cosy yin yoga with Natalie (once a month)

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Yogic relaxation with Hannah (once a month)

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Slow and relaxing vinyasa flow with Clare, 29 June & 21 Sept


You can book all of our therapies online here, or give us a call to for more information.

Class Timetable

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Upcoming Events

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