Morning Courses

Morning & Evening Classes in South Dublin

Tai Chi & Qi Gong



All Levels

Start Date

Week beginning January 23rd 2023    


Trish Cronnelly

Ming Ng

Course Overview

Tai Chi is an ancient form of mind/body exercise rooted in the unique Spiritual Philosophy of Taoism. This is best summed up by the famous Yin/Yang symbol which reflects harmony, balance and perfect relationship.

Tai Chi is a practical application of this theory and is therefore a perfect antidote to the negative effects of modern life. The practice itself involves subtle postural alignments combined with mindfulness training. It promotes a return to deep natural breathing which improves the flow of Qi [energy] to the internal organs.

The nervous system relaxes and releases stress, leading to a profound feeling of well-being.  Qi Gong is a modern term for ancient Chinese Taoist exercises “Dao Yin”. The term itself literally means Energy Work. That is learning to work with one’s own energy, and also with the relationship of one’s own energy to others and the environment.

A variety of Tai Chi and Qi Gong movements will be introduced. Learn how to be centred and to release stress and anxiety using simple but powerful techniques. 

 As exercise forms, Tai Chi and Qi Gong suits all adults regardless of age or gender. Students should wear loose fitting clothing and bring water to each class. 


Trish Cronnelly

Professional qualifications:
Level 2 Gi Gong instructor – Jade Sun School of Tai Chi and Qi Gong
Level 1 Tai Chi instructor –   Jade Sun School of Tai Chi and Qi Gong

 Tai Chi is a beautiful healing practice of gentle movements suitable for all ages and fitness levels. It promotes mobility in the joints, improves balance and increases energy, through postural alignment and through harmonizing and strengthening our energy system promoting healing at every level of our being



Book your place on a class

Book Monday Evening

All Levels

Rita Kelly

7.00 – 8.15pm
(10 weeks)


Book Wednesday Evening

All Levels

Ming Ng


7.00 – 8.30pm
(10 weeks)