Yoga practice means different things for different people and different things for the same person at different times. It can be gentle, slow and relaxing; it can be strong, stimulating and energising. Or it could be a mixture of the two.
Tai Chi (Taijiquan) is a flowing sequence of movements which is both a martial art and a means of creating and maintaining a healthy life. It is often described as a moving meditation. There are several different styles of Tai Chi, but all have the same basic principles and the same wonderful benefits.
Qigong (Chi Kong) means to build up energy through persistent activity. There are thousands of exercises to build up strength, health, stamina, a sense of peace and calmness. These Chinese exercises are either done individually or several put together.
Qigong is suitable for all ages, levels of fitness and interests.
Pilates is aimed to improve strength, flexibility and endurance with a focus on core stability. The exercises work on creating pelvic and shoulder girdle stability, neutral alignment and breathing fully. It is for those who are looking to change their physique, streamline their body and improve on their posture