Christopher Davenport


My tai chi journey began in 2014 with completion of the Tai Chi for Arthritis instructor program. In learning to teach this program, I experienced the benefits of tai chi for the first time. Particularly an enhanced sense of well being and mindfulness. The more I practice my tai chi the more I learn and grow as a practitioner. Dr Lams Stepwise teaching method and adapted set of tai chi forms, makes learning Tai Chi for Arthritis accessible to all. With a wealth of research supporting the health benefits of Tai Chi for Arthritis, theres no better program for empowering people to improve their arthritis symptoms and overall health.


Phone 0115 7147635
Country United Kingdom
State / Province / Region Nottingham
City Nottingham

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  • Certified Tai Chi for Arthritis Instructor
  • Certified Tai Chi for Osteoporosis Instructor
  • Certified Tai Chi for Arthritis 2 Instructor
  • Premier Instructor


Class Information

My Tai Chi for Arthritis classes are based at a local community hall; providing floor level access and a generous sized space for tai chi. Classes run on Thursday mornings.

Classes are arranged via Impact Physiotherapy clinic; which is a short walk from the community hall.

Please contact the clinic on 0115 9721319 or email for details of class times and for further information.


Petersham Community Hall, Grasmere Road, Long Eaton, NG10 4DZ


No previous tai chi experience is required. The practice room is located on the ground floor with level access and washroom facilities.

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and flat training shoes.


April 2017 - I will be providing Tai Chi for Arthritis classes for a local Fibromyalgia patient group in Long Eaton, Nottingham (FibroActive).

Upcoming Workshops

No upcoming workshops.