Welcome to Dr Shen Tai Chi for health including Qigong, Buqi treatment and Meditation.

Tai Chi

Welcome to the Dr Shen Tai Chi UK website - a resource for exploring the system of Tai Chi, Qigong, Buqi healing and Meditation developed by Grandmaster Shen Hongxun to help manage life’s physical and emotional stresses and build better health.

Whether you want to deal with a health issue, to increase vitality or calm a stressed mind, Dr Shen's system can help you.

Joining an online class is a great way to start. You'll meet a friendly group of like-minded people and be guided by an experienced teacher. One-on-one sessions, including Buqi healing, are also available from some teachers and practitioners, see Buqi therapists (teachers and therapists/find a class) for details.

COVID19 has brought massive changes to all our daily routines and presents a serious health challenge to many. The need for supportive health practices such as Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation has never been greater.

During the current pandemic many UK teachers have moved their classes online.

You can find a list of these classes on Home page below for now.

Dr Shen's work is taught extensively in the UK and internationally with thousands of students of all ages reaping the physical and mental health benefits of his integrated system. This website focuses on where you can access his healing system in the UK – via classes, workshops and clinics.

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Chihuly at Kew Gardens

A wonderful exhibition of glass art.

Reflections on nature promises the perfect marriage of art, science, and nature, as the artist’s installations are presented amid the spectacular landscapes of one of London’s few UNESCO world heritage sites. The majority of artwork featured in the exhibition has never been seen before in the UK, including a specially designed sculpture for Kew’s iconic Temperate House. Highlights include Chihuly’s celestial Sapphire Star, along with selections from the artist’s body of work including Drawings, Venetians, Seaforms, Baskets, and Rotolo, among others.

Reflections on nature marks the artist’s much anticipated return to the Royal Botanical Gardens since his 2005 exhibition Gardens of Glass.