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Thanks for visiting – here you’ll find details of all our weekly classes, together with the latest news about Berkshire Tai Chi activities around the county. And in case you’re new to Tai Chi altogether, there’s plenty to read – and watch – about Tai Chi, itself.

You’ll also be able to find out when and how to join one of our Beginners’ Introduction to Tai Chi Chuan programmes which run at various times throughout the year.

Have fun, and if you can’t find what you’re after, please contact us for help.

Chen Xiaowang World Taijiquan Association
World Chen Yingjun Taijiquan Gongfu Association

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Find Out More About Berkshire Tai Chi Classes

See our latest Timetable and get more information on how to join and what to expect if you do.

Private Lessons

Find Out More About Berkshire Tai Chi Private One-to-One Lessons

If one-to-one sessions are better for you, you can get more information here.


Find Out More About Master Yingjun Seminars

Each year we help to organise a series of seminars led by Master Chen Yingjun.

News & Events

New Online Class for the Lockdown - A new online Chinese Exercise class has been introduced for the Lockdown. Starting on Tuesday, 12th January, at 09:00 we will be offering an extra weekly Chinese Exercise class.  So, whether you want to get fit after over-indulgence at Christmas… ...more
COVID-19 Security: NHS Test & Trace launched - The NHS Test & Trace app is now available for download from Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store. Please download today and help us to protect each other. ...more
COVID-19 Security: Face Masks in Training - Several of our Members have asked whether they should wear a mask whilst training in class. In response, we have sought professional advice from the NHS in Berkshire. The overall advice for indoor settings is: "you should wear a face… ...more
COVID-19 Security: No Proof…No Entry. -   In the age of Covid-19 we have to ensure that we all stay safe.  So that social distancing can be maintained, and everyone who attends can be traced if there is a reported case of infection, places must be… ...more