Tai chi

Tai chi is a traditional Chinese martial art involving movements and techniques for practical applications such as self-defence.

Led by the one and only Master Ping Huang, this slow, soft and flowing practice is a great way to cultivate both physical fitness and calm focus.

Tai chi is accessible to a wide range of people thanks to its elegant form, structured to take the practitioner from simpler movements into more complex ones step-by-step, through repetition.


Qi Gong is a system of gentle exercises that work as the ‘physical therapy’ of Chinese medicine.

The exercises focus on the breath, the internal dynamics and alignments of the body and the circulation of Qi (energy).

Scientific research has found that Qi Gong can help improve balance, bone density, depression and anxiety, immune system and inflammation, cardiovascular health and lung function.

This class is open to all, no previous experience required.


Natural movement

Natural movement is a fitness training system based on the full range of natural human movement skills. We strive for effectiveness, efficiency and adaptability through a combination of movement skills, conditioning and mindset.

The class is designed around two main domains: locomotive (walking, running, jumping, balancing, crawling and climbing) and manipulative (lifting, carrying, throwing and catching). The set of skills you will learn can help restore the natural flow of movement in your day-to-day life. The more of the techniques you master, the more fit but also skilled you become. Learning these new skills challenges mind and body in ways you never thought possible.

No experience necessary, just the willingness to try and be ready for a workout!