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Sen Liu

Tai Chi, Qi Gong & Yoga Teacher

Sen is a complementary therapist and Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Yoga teacher. He trained in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Tui-na, Shiatsu, Hatha Yoga, Tai Chi. Qi Gong and Therapeutic Sports Massage.

Sen is of Chinese origin. Sen’s first contact with Tai Chi and Qi Gong was from his grandparents who were devoted Tai Chi and Qi Gong teachers. Over the years, Sen has been fortunate to learn under the guidance of his family as well as study with other outstanding Tai Chi masters in China and Europe. Sen has been teaching Tai Chi and Qi Gong for over 18 years.

Sen is a passionate Yoga practitioner.  He has been studying under a few great teachers in the UK and Cyprus and has been practising Yoga regularly for over twenty years and finds it really beneficial for his health and well-being. Sen was encouraged by his senior Yoga teachers to undertake a Yoga teacher training course and qualified as a Yoga teacher in 2018.

Sen is a member of the Yoga Alliance Professional UK and the World Yoga Alliance India. Sen teaches both Hatha and Yin Yoga.



Tai Chi & Qi Gong for Gay Men (starts 11th October)

Tai Chi is an ancient exercise originating from China where it has been practised for centuries and has gained popularity in parts of the West due to its health benefits. The creation of Tai Chi Quan was based on the Daoist principles of Tranquility and Harmony with nature, as well as Confucius’s philosophy of Centredness. The subject of Yin and Yang theory, the principles of interchanging emptiness and solidness, softness and hardness as well as motion interacting with stillness consisted in Tai Chi.

Qi Gong is one of the oldest health exercises in Chinese history dating back thousands of years. Qi Gong is a mind, body, breath and health exercise. Qi Gong seeks to stimulate the flow of Qi (vital energy) along the energy channels and meridians throughout the body.

Tai Chi and Qi Gong are often described as “moving meditation”. These ancient health exercises relax the body and mind, energise the body, create harmony between the mind and body. Tai Chi and Qi Gong are one of the most popular exercises in China and South East Asia, practised by tens of thousands of people. Tai Chi and Qi Gong’s popularity has noticeably increased in recent years in many countries due to its benefits for our wellbeing.

Sen’s class emphasises building strength, improving flexibility and balance, energising the body and relaxing the mind, relieving stress and improving general wellbeing.

The class is suitable for people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels. No prior experience is required. Please don’t eat a large meal less than 2 hours prior to the class. Please wear loose comfortable clothing.


Ability Level

60 min

Level One

8th October


FREE Tai Chi and Qi Gong introductory workshop

This FREE workshop will introduce some of the fundamentals of Tai Chi and Qi Gong, as a way of knowing what to expect in Sen's upcoming Wednesday evening classes.

During this introductory session Sen will be leading a beginners Tai Chi, Qi Gong, breathing and balancing exercise. He will also be giving a brief talk of the history and philosophy of Tai Chi and Qi Gong and the benefits of practicing these ancient Arts and Health exercises.

The workshop feature demonstrations with Tai Chi swords, Sabre and Tai Chi Fan.

The workshop will conclude with an informal Q&A time, with complementary organic Chinese green tea and opportunities to chat with Sen about his up coming classes and other aspects of his work.


Ability Level

2 hs

Level One

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