Tai Chi, Qi gong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in South Ayrshire (Prestwick, Troon and Ayr)


Traditional Chinese therapies, mobile Tui Na massage service, Tai Chi and Qigong classes in South Ayrshire (Prestwick, Ayr and Troon).



SERVICES


Tai Chi and Qi Gong


Tai Chi is an exercise program for health and wellbeing based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). My classes are suitable for all ages and all abilities. It is thought that practicing Tai Chi regularly is useful for building strength, improving balance and mobility. Through the slow gentle movement of the joints and limbs, Tai Chi drives the blood circulation, the respiratory system, the endocrine system and the nervous system of the body to generate more energy and in turn can make the body feel stronger.


With roots in ancient Chinese culture dating back more than 4,000 years Qi Gong (pron. chee-gong) lterally means breathing exercises. It is similar to Tai Chi with an emphasis on body posture, movement, breathing, the mind and meditation. If practiced regulary can be used for the purposes of health and spirit.


Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.

Prestwick classes
Tuesday and Friday 10:30-11:30 am
Prestwick Tennis and Fitness, 1 Whinfield Place, Prestwick KA9 2TS
Cost : £5.00 per class

Troon classes
Monday 10:00-11:00 am
Scout Hall (back hall), 30 St. Meddans Street, Troon KA10 6JX

Wednesday 10:00-11:00 am
St Ninian’s Episcopal Church (back hall), Bentinck Drive, Troon KA10 6HZ
Cost : £5.00 per class


Important: Tai Chi and Qi Gong is not suitable for people with the following conditions.

Heart disease, haemophilia, cancer, thrombosis, infectious diseases, dysfunction or disorders of the nervous system, fever, excessive drinking, undiagnosed or diagnosed pains, lumps, fractures, broken bones and have had surgery within two years and any other disease that doctors do not recommend Tai Chi or exercise for.

If you have a medical condition or any health concerns, or haven't exercised for a long time, speak to your GP before you start Tai Chi and Qi Gong.






Tui na massage


During a Tui Na (pron. twee-na) treatment the therapist uses different methods to massage the patients joints muscles and ligaments with the aim to reduce the pain, relax the muscles and clear the meridians and points on the body. Examples of treatment massage: Shoulders, back, ankles, wrists, hands, elbows, knees, head, legs and arms. These could be injuries from work, exercise, sleeping position or posture. Tui Na can also be used for a relaxing treatment too.

Massage Prices

Tuina Treatment massage 50 minutes £40
Tuina Treatment massage 30 minutes £30

Location

I provide a massage service in the comfort of your own home, saving you time and convenience.
Areas served are Ayr, Troon and Prestwick.
Please send me an email if you would like to book a treatment and I will aim to reply within 24 hours

Availability

Monday to Friday 13:00-14:00, 18:00-19:00, 19:30-20:30

Saturday and Sunday 10:00-20:00


Important: Tui Na massage is not suitable for people with the following conditions.

Heart disease, haemophilia, cancer, thrombosis, infectious diseases, dysfunction or disorders of the nervous system, fever, skin disease, excessive drinking, undiagnosed or diagnosed pains, lumps, fractures, broken bones and have had surgery within two years and any other disease that doctors do not recommend massage for.





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Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.
Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.
Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.
Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.
Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr.
Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr



Healthy weight


Tai Chi, Qigong classes and mobile Tui Na massage service in Prestwick, Troon and Ayr

What does your BMI (body mass index) mean?

If your BMI is less than 18.5, your BMI is within the underweight category. This may not be good for your health. If your BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9, your BMI is within the healthy weight category. This is generally good for your health. The challenge is to maintain that weight, and not put on weight as you get older. If your BMI is between 25 and 29.9, your BMI is within the overweight category. This may not be good for your health. If you BMI is 30 or over, you are within the obese category. This may not be good for your health. There are many benefits of moving towards a healthy weight and losing even a small amount of weight can bring health benefits. You may also benefit from more supervised guidance; talk with your health professional about how losing weight can improve your health and wellbeing.






Privacy


Privacy notice: I take your privacy very seriously and here is how I use your information that you provide to us. When you become one of my students I may have your telephone number and an email address. I will only use your telephone number and email address to contact you about any cancelled lessons out with my control. This is the only reason I retain this information. If you are a student you have the right to contact me at any time to tell me you no longer wish for me to have your information. When you are no longer a student all of your information is deleted. At no point will your data ever be shared to third parties. If you have any concerns please contact us and we will be happy to discuss.






CONTACT: Mr Wang

Contact me and I will aim to get back to you within 24 hours.

South Ayrshire

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