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Tai chi Intensive course for advanced students


A) Special Students Coaching Program
i) Acomplished Students of Non-Tai chi Styles (eg Wing Chun, Shaolin etc).

ii) Acomplished Students of Other Tai chi Styles (eg. Chen, Yang etc)

Structure: Intensive course of either:

7 days x 2 hour duration or 1.5 hour duration are popular.

Shorter courses of 3 days or 5 days are also options.

Tai Chi Intermediate Levels

Include Theories, Principles and Forms. Tai chi, chi kung, stillness, meditation, Self defense, Brain- body pathways development.

The next level is to gain more expertise in the form and more awareness and knowledge about your body in terms of alignment and flow. When alignment and flow are mastered the student will move more gracefully, be centred,  balanced and begin to study  power.

This next course of learning is to focus to awaken to your internal self and internal body movement. To achieve this, the student will also be taught to access this via two routes his solo practice and the partner practice. Solo practices on forms will only take you so far, to progress the student has to have partner practices.


Adding breathing to Tai Chi set.

Development of Flow: further refinement. Function of Mind in flow.

Internalizing. Understand foreground, background and inner ground.

Circling. Big and small. Adding the tails to your moves.

Relaxation response in the face of stress and incoming forces.

Nature of simple direct force, and its inherent weakness within its fierceness. Splitting Forces.

Legs and not Arms - rooting and redirecting.

Acceptance vs Resistance. Accepting and Rooting.

Six harmonies. And its uses.

The Internal Martial arts approach to defending one self against forces. Yielding and neutralising.

Study of Separation and Unity in partner practice.

Yielding : Sitting back correctly. Use of elbow. Use of finger. Use of knee.

Breathing and stillness.

Quieting the mind. De-clutter, and reprogram the mind towards calmness.

Sensitivity Training: sensitive Hands, activated body.

Responses to forces.

Push Hands Curriculum

Moving from techniques to listening to forces.

Stationary vs Mobile Push Hands.

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