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Prince Edwards Road Lewes BN7 1BL 01273 488237 christ-church-lewes.org



May Wed 24
@ Christs Church Hall
Revd Dr Andrew Wingate - India Revisited

Andrew Wingate is an Anglican priest who has recently moved to Lewes. After teaching for seven years at the Tamil Nadu Theological Seminary, Madurai, South India, he returned to the UK to work in colleges attached to the University of Birmingham and... more

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Sun 28
@ Christs Church Hall
Breakfast, craft activities and short act of worship for all ages.
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June Fri 02
@ Christs Church Hall
Craft activities, celebration and lunch for all ages but children must be accompanied by an adult.
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Wed 28
@ Christs Church Hall
Dr John Haigh Some (easy) mathematics in everyday life

John Haigh has taught mathematics at the University of Sussex, especially probability and statistics, since 1966. He has been frequently interviewed on radio about the National Lottery, and been a “Maths Expert” for BBC’s Watchdog... more

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Regular Events

Mondays
18:15 - 19:45
I am teaching the Wu style Tai chi long form in this class.

Tai ji quan is a martial art, a health practice and a meditation in movement.

Tai chi teaches us how to be present and aware of our body and our mind as we progress through learning the Tai chi form.

It is both simple and profound and a wonderful process to engage with, teaching us much about ourselves along the way.

Because it is performed slowly, with mindfulness and in time with the breath, it has a profound effect on maintaining and recovering good physical and mental health.

Its like a kind of physical soduko. Making new connections within the body and opening new neural pathways in the mind, as
the student learns to move in this soft, coordinated, connected way.

As the student progresses through the form we explore the meaning of the postures and martial applications hidden within the form through pushing hands, i.e. soft, cooperative partner work.

Further martial training and weapons are available for the committed student.

I am a 6th generation successor of the Wu family from Shanghai and have 20 years experience of Tai chi & Qi gong.

Please feel free to come down on Mondays and see what Tai chi is all about!

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18:15 - 19:45 Not bank holidays. We close for August.
am teaching the Wu style Tai chi long form in this class.

Tai ji quan is a martial art, a health practice and a meditation in movement.

Tai chi teaches us how to be present and aware of our body and our mind as we progress through learning the Tai chi form.

It is both simple and profound and a wonderful process to engage with, teaching us much about ourselves along the way.

Because it is performed slowly, with mindfulness and in time with the breath, it has a profound effect on maintaining and recovering good physical and mental health.

Its like a kind of physical soduko. Making new connections within the body and opening new neural pathways in the mind, as
the student learns to move in this soft, coordinated, connected way.

As the student progresses through the form we explore the meaning of the postures and martial applications hidden within the form through pushing hands, i.e. soft, cooperative partner work.

Further martial training and weapons are available for the committed student.

I am a 6th generation successor of the Wu family from Shanghai and have 20 years experience of Tai chi & Qi gong.

Please feel free to come down on Mondays and see what Tai chi is all about!

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18:15 - 19:45 Not Bank holidays, or all of August.

The first half of this class is about getting into "the zone." This is done by practicing simple repetitive movements that engender relaxation, integrated coordination and mindfulness.

From there we start learning the movements of the Tai chi form. This is the basis for recovering and maintaining good health.

Once a certain level has been reached we start to explore the martial meaning behind the movements through "pushing hands" or partner work.

Wether you are interested in learning Tai chi for its numerous health benefits or are curious about it as a martial art I can help you.

I am a 6th Generation Disciple of the Wu family from Shanghai and have been practicing Tai chi for 20 years and Acupuncture for 10.

Come down and see what its all about!

Jeremy Marshall


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