Lis Davidson

tai chi teacher in Liverpool, United Kingdom

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This page is to share WHERE and WHEN I teach this lovely art*

2019 Classes - Autumn term

MONDAYS @ The Belve, 89-91 Miles Street,Liverpool L8 4PX

- 6.30pm to 7.30pm

- Cost £2 a class

- Restarting 4/11/19 ongoing 'til 23rd December

THURSDAYS@ Squash 112-114 Windsor Street, Liverpool, L8 8EQ

- 8.30am to 9.30am

- from Thursday 21st November to 19th December

- Cost: sliding scale from 50p to £5


120 Bold Street Liverpool L1 4JA

- 4.15 - 5.15pm

Just 2 Thursdays in November, 21st and 28th, none in December or January.. watch here for spring 2020.

THURSDAYS @ Ullet Road Unitarian Church,57 Ullet Road, Sefton Park,Liverpool L17 2AA

- 5.45pm to 6.45 pm

- from Thursday 28th November to 19th December

- cost - donations for church.

Classes below on hold over winter...

@ St Luke's, the bombed out church, top of Bold St., Liverpool L1.

- £1 donation to church for access.

Closed for winter (open weekends only) - Watch this space for spring 2020

- FREE: please note this is women only

Lis Davidson

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* I first started learning and practicing Tai Chi when I arrived in Liverpool in the early 80's. During that time I've had 4 different Chinese teachers in Liverpool. They each had thier own particular passion for this wonderful medative movement, and I learnt much from each of them.

Over 20 years ago, I was introduced to a school based in France but which has a small number of teachers in the UK; L'art du Chi, *methode Stevanovitch.

I found that their method of teaching helped my Tai Chi improve enormously, as well as my understanding and enjoyment of my practice.

There are no teachers from this school near Liverpool (Edinburgh, London or Cambridge and Diddlebury in Shropshire are the nearest) so I've been pushed into becoming one to find others to practice with locally!

  • Work
    • I earn my living as a GP
  • Education
    • Classes with Laurent Hacquin, Edinburgh
    • and workshops in France