Would you like to find a gentle form of exercise that it suitable for people with arthritis? Have you considered Tai Chi for Arthritis? This is a gentle form of exercise that can alleviate the pain around arthritis. Maybe you suffer pain in your body and find it impossible to maintain any kind of exercise routine? Tai Chi for Arthritis can help you as it can be done by absolutely anyone and you can even complete the classes sitting down in a chair if you need to

Liberty Wellbeing are pleased to offer a Tai Chi for Arthritis programme starting in Ashford on 9th April at the Spearpoint Pavilion, The Ridge, Kennington TN24 9ET 9:30am – 10:30am for 11 weeks.

What is Tai Chi for Arthritis?

This programme offers 12 easy steps which many have found offer significant pain relief and an improved sense of wellbeing. Muscle strength is important to support and protect joints whilst flexibility enables people to move more easily. There is lots of repetition in tai chi classes with plenty of time for everyone to learn the moves. Each class includes warm up and wind down exercises and qi-gong with handouts of these to practice at home.

Will I keep up?

No experience is necessary to do Tai Chi for Arthritis as this course is aimed at complete beginners and those with no experience in tai chi. You don’t need any equipment or special clothing, just wear something loose and comfortable and a pair of soft soled shoes.

Date and Cost

This Tai Chi for Arthritis course starts on 9th April, 9:30am -10:30am and is for 11 weeks long however there are two Bank Holidays so the course finishes on 2nd July. The total cost is £66 for the course. There is no drop-in availability on this course  and payment is required at the time of booking. You can book by clicking here or call us and one of the team will help book you in.


This course will be held at The Pavilion, The Ridge, Kennington TN24 9ET which has plenty of free parking right outside with all flat even access, no steps and has disabled access.

Jennie Lichfield is the experienced teacher in this class who has been teaching tai chi for two years and is a member of the Tai Chi for Health Institute