Latest news & events
New Beginners Tai Chi classes
We are accepting new beginner Tai Chi students for the classes below. We do not offer pay-as-you-go or drop-in sessions. To try a class, you will be required to pay for 4 consecutive taster sessions in advance and the price for each class is different. Please do not just turn up to any of our classes in person and expect to join right away.
To reserve a place or to enquire about joining any of these beginner classes, please email us email@example.com.
2018 new beginners class
2 new beginner Tai Chi classes will be starting at Edge Hill Youth Club (L7) if there are enough interest.
Friday evening 7pm - 8pm
Saturday morning 10am - 11am
For more details or to reserve a place, please contact us asap.
Chinese New Year Dinner 2017, celebrating the Year of the Rooster
We held our Chinese New Year dinner for the school on Sunday, February 5th 2017 at the Tai Pan Buffet Restaurant. Thank you to everyone for coming to lunch and supporting our annual dinner. We hope to see many of you back again next year!
Beginner Tai Chi self-defence classes
Our Tai Chi self defence & applications class on Tuesday in Childwall, Liverpool is open to members of the school who have trained with us for at least 6 months. This practical Tai Chi class is mainly for participants who are only interested in learning Tai Chi as a martial art.
To join this class, you must first contact us to check for availability. We offer a trial block payment to beginners at £90 for a 10 week term. Apologies, but we do not accept pay-as-you-go payments.
Our self-defence class syllabus includes:
- Hand forms
- Traditional push hands
- Competition push hands
- Self-defence applications [Demo]
- Chinese Unicorn (Qilin) dancing [Demo]
Time: Tuesday evening from 7.30pm - 9.15pm
Location: Ditton Community Centre, Dundalk Road, Widnes WA8 8DF [See map]
Parking: Free parking is available within the grounds.
Spear workshop 2016
Our senior students took part in our Chen style spear workshop on Sunday 18th September 2016. Being their first time learning this weapon form, it was a challenge to most of them as a lot of the movements are very difficult to do!
British Open Tai Chi Competition 2016
The Kam Lau School of Tai Chi Chuan from Liverpool took part today at the British Open Tai Chi Competition in Oxford. We focused our training for the Push Hands competition (fixed step and moving step) and our team came back home with 3 silvers and 2 bronze medals!!
You can read more about the British Open Tai Chi Competition 2016.
Chinese New Year 2016 dinner
As we do every year, the Kam Lau School of Tai Chi Chuan arranged another dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 with our students. This year we celebrated the Year of the Monkey with about 80 of our students.