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321 Tai chi courses in Bridgwater

There are 7 institutions in Bridgwater which run Tai Chi courses. Please use the filter on the left to narrow down your Tai Chi courses.

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Introduction to Somerset Skills & Learning

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at Somerset Skills & Learning

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at Beckmann Visual Publishing Ltd

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    Tai Chi is the world's most popular exercise! 180,000,000 people worldwide do Tai Chi everyday. Tai Chi practitioners live...

  • INFINATE T'AI CHI Martial Arts DVD (Book online)

    Jason Chan has practised Martial Arts and Tai-Chi since his childhood in Hong Kong. His teachings and Infinite Tai-Chi form...

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at Howard Gibbon

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    All form moves are filmed from all four angles as well as having an audio section where Howard takes you through each of the 16...

  • Breathing Exercises Tai Chi DVD (Book online)

    Filmed in a beautiful garden by the river Nidd in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire. These ancient Taoist breathing exercises show...

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at Quantum Leap Group Ltd

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at Dragon Brother Ltd

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at Martial Mania

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at Tai Chi Nation

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