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Hi! I’m Wan-Ley and I’m the teacher at the Lishi Daoist Tai Chi Society at the University of Salford.

 
Lishi Tai Chi offers positive changes and an escape from the stresses of coursework, deadlines and exams. Achieved through learning an ancient Chinese system of health related movements and exercises it promotes all-round well-being, health and fitness.
 
The Li style tai chi form is a great place to start your journey into Lishi (pronounced “Lee Sher”).
 
Contact Wan-Ley now for any questions you have on Wan-Ley[at]lishi.org or call/text on 07746943875
 
Every Friday 13.30-15.00pm in Boardroom 1, University of Salford Students’ Union, University House, The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WT(Take a look below at some photos from the class)

 

 
 

 

Alone, tai chi is a useful finger, but when learned alongside other Lishi arts, it becomes a complete set of hands from which you develop the dexterity and skills to manouvre playfully through life. These arts include Daoist Kai-Men Yoaga exercises, breathing exercises, ‘soft’ Kung Fu, massage techniques and chi gong amongst other flowing Chinese moves and forms.
 
As a starting point, Lishi involves moving and exercising your body in a variety of different ways that have proven positive benefits for your physical, mental and emotional health. During the successive classes, you will be taken through the foundations of Li style tai-chi and other Lishi arts. By practising Lishi, you become physically, mentally and spiritually fit.
 
Lishi is an ancient system of practice that contains many secrets that will continually support you to take your health and wellbeing to higher and higher levels.
 
Everyone who practices Lishi is different, but what we have in common is that we want to feel greater levels of health and energy in our bodies because we realise this is the key to improving our lives. For more information visit www.lishi.org although the best thing you can do is get yourself along to a class and begin experiencing the journey for yourself.
 
Contact Wan-Ley now for any questions you have on Wan-Ley[at]lishi.org or call/text on 07746943875
 
Every Friday 13.30-15.00pm in Boardroom 1, University of Salford Students’ Union, University House, The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WT

 
 

 
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