About Fees

Not for profit, not PAYG

The club’s mission is to provide high-quality classes with a health ethos in a welcoming environment locally in Woking. The fees are competitive and depend on the size of the classes.  We have a  Fee policy.

We do not run on a PAYG basis. After an introductory class we expect interested members to sign up for the rest of the term, see This Term.   The fees show are current.  As it is a not-for-profit organisation fees depend on the size of the classes – they can go down as well as up.

We do not expect or want you to commit to the course without first trying it.   Please contact us beforehand if you wish to attend.

It is not PAYG because there needs to be a stable income as the Hall and teaching costs are fixed – the bills still have to be paid if no-one comes.  Not collecting fees also means the full class-time can be spent on Tai Chi.

Also if you miss several classes you are potentially blocking someone else who is on the waiting list from attending.  Our classes are not large and at times we have a waiting list.

For those who do not wish to commit to the whole term we can sometimes offer if there is no waiting list an alternative to PAYG, see Part-time Membership.  It depends on the size of the class, if there is waiting list,  and how well the teacher thinks you are doing – we don’t want you to fall behind the rest of the class.

Tai Chi for Health is managed on a not-for-profit basis by one of the class members.