Category: Tai Chi

  • Free Daily training on Youtube

    Free Daily training on Youtube

    Welcome to Our Daily Tai Chi and Qigong Training Are you looking to enhance your physical well-being, mental acuity, and overall sense of vitality? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Our daily Tai Chi and Qigong training is your gateway to a healthier and more harmonious life. Whether you’re a beginner or have…

  • Summer Course 2023

    Summer Course 2023

    Craving a summer escape to rejuvenate, boost your health, and sync with nature’s rhythm? Your search ends here! We’re thrilled to invite you to our three-week Summer Course featuring Tai Chi, Feng Shou Kung Fu, and Health & Massage, nestled on the tranquil sands of Sennen Cove in the heart of Cornwall, a breathtaking area…

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    General Questions What is Tai Chi? Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art and internal style exercise that incorporates slow, fluid movements, deep breathing, and meditation. What are the benefits of Tai Chi? Tai Chi can enhance balance, flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular health while reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. Is Tai Chi a martial art…

  • Finding your Qi

    Finding your Qi

    Qi is a super important idea in Chinese culture and traditional medicine. It’s the building block of everything – solids, liquids, gases, and even things like light and magnetism. Basically, the whole universe is made up of Qi. When it comes to Tai Chi, we’re mainly talking about your own personal Qi. It’s like having…

  • Top ten reasons for taking up Tai Chi

    Top ten reasons for taking up Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is a form of exercise that originated in China and has been practiced for centuries. It involves slow, gentle movements that are coordinated with deep breathing and focused attention. Tai Chi is considered a low-impact exercise that can be practiced by people of all ages and fitness levels. Here are the top ten…

  • Sticky hands

    Sticky hands

    Sticky Hands, also known as Yīfù shǒu (依附手) is a fundamental exercise in Lee Style Tai Chi that is taught to beginners as a way to introduce them to the principles of Tai Chi and to prepare them for more advanced techniques. While some may see Sticky Hands as a simple exercise, it is actually…

  • The way of Wei Wuwei

    The way of Wei Wuwei

    Wuwei (无为) often translated as “non-action,” is a fundamental concept in Taoist philosophy and has an important role in the practice of Tai Chi. While it may sound like doing nothing, wuwei is actually a way of acting without forcing or interfering with natural processes. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of…

  • Tai Chi for health and relaxation

    Tai Chi for health and relaxation

    In recent years, Tai Chi has become an increasingly popular form of exercise worldwide, and for good reason. This ancient Chinese practice has been shown to have numerous health benefits, including stress reduction and relaxation. In this blog post, we will explore the science behind these benefits and provide references to peer-reviewed studies from reputable…

  • BBC Radio Cornwall interview

    BBC Radio Cornwall interview

    Chris and James, instructors from our Associated clubs in Cornwall, were invited to BBC Radio Cornwall studios in Truro to talk to Tiffany Truscott about Tai Chi, how they got into it, what it is, and how it has affected their lives.