Craig’s ongoing journey with Tai Chi started eight years ago with Sifu Ian Orkin in London. Having previously studied other martial arts, Craig has been a Personal Trainer for over twelve years. Has studied Yoga, meditation and played Rep. Rugby League and Cricket (because he’s Australian) .
More recently, he is studying Maqui Bagua with Li Laoshi for the past three years. He continues to study with Ian Orkin visiting London on a regular basis.
Craig is registered with the British Council of Chinese martial arts via Ian Orkin Tai Chi.
Tai Chi – starts 7th September
The class will contain Chi Gong exercises to wake the body and mind. Followed by Yang style exercises and form. There will be push hands exercises and basic applications.
The hour class is suitable for all levels including beginners. To give you energy, focus and wellbeing for your day ahead.
More about Tai Chi…
Tai Chi is known as the supreme exercise system. It has been around for hundreds of years with various styles emerging and evolving through time.
When practicing Tai Chi everything is medicinal and everything is martial, all at once. Training the body and mind as a whole unit, moving together as one.
Co-ordinating the slow continuous movements with the breath, you will gain strength, balance, tone the muscles, and increase your general wellbeing with energy enhancing exercises.
From the BBC to Harvard Medical school and around the world, articles and papers have been written to prove Tai Chi has geniune health benefits for all.
Tai Chi is also excellent for rehabilitation, as it is essentially isometric excercise.
The real benefit however, is the fact that Tai Chi has no lifespan. You can practice this ancient art well into old age and beyond; to improve in all aspects both mentally and physically.
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