Tai Chi

Shubha will be teaching Tai Chi at other locations in the Bethnal Green area. Please contact her if you are interested in joining one of her classes at shubhadh@gmail.com

Subha, Tai CHi

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art. Practising Tai Chi will support your general health and harmony. Research shows that T’ai Chi has health benefits such as improved blood circulation and a strengthened immune system. It can help overcome stress and its related illnesses, it can also improve posture and contribute to greater quality of life. Tai Chi is based upon relaxation of body and mind and can make one feel more relaxed and energised.

Tai Chi Drop-in Classes

During these classes you will learn a section of the Tai Chi Form that you can practice and enjoy in your own time.

Shubha’s teacher was taught by a Chinese master called Rose Li who established a form called Peking Style. She said it is ‘Natural Tai Chi for Health’. It is an Internal Martial Art which means, that although during the classes you will learn this Tai Chi form from external directions, there will also be time for you to explore your own internal experience of moving mindfully. Rose Li said, ‘The “being” is more important than the form’. She would often emphasise that external forms were not the main point. Her aim was for students to ‘get the interior part’.

For more information about Rose Li and Peking Style go to:


About Shubha

Shubha is a Tai Chi and mindfulness instructor. She has been practising Tai Chi for more than a decade and she has been teaching Tai Chi for several years in a variety of settings.

Shubha has a Diploma in Mindfulness-Based Approaches which includes training in mindful movement. Shubha is an experienced meditation teacher with more than 20 years of practice and she is insured to teach Tai Chi, mindful movement and meditation.