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Notes, lessons and reflections

An introduction to
Sifu Waller's teaching and insights:

  1. Classes

  2. Taijiquan

  3. Kung fu

  4. Self defence

  5. Neigong (whole-body strength)

  6. Qigong

  7. Meditation

  8. Fitness

  9. Living

  10. Health

  11. Attitude

  12. Learning

  13. Teaching

  14. The Tao/Dao
     

Classes

About us
Benefits
Classes
Contact details
Cost
FAQs
Finding a tai chi class
Gift vouchers
Hiring us
Induction course
Investment
Joining

Martial eligibility
Membership
Online tuition
Pay-as-you-go
Prices
Private lessons
Rachel Waller
Reviews

Self defence courses
Sifu Waller
Suitability
Tai chi class or school?
Terms of membership



Taijiquan

8 active ingredients

13 areas of study
70%
Authenticity
Common misconceptions
Dynamic
The essence of the art
Form (whole-body movement)
Form applications
Jing (internal/whole-body power)
Lineage
Nervous system
Over 50
Partner work
Pushing hands
Slow
Tai chi class or school?
Taijiquan (supreme ultimate fist)
Taijiquan principles
Taijiquan syllabus
Yang Cheng Fu's 10 essentials
Yang style



Kung fu

Baguazhang
Chin na (seizing)
Fighting
Grappling
Kung fu
Martial art
Neijiaquan (internal martial arts)
Shuai jiao (take downs)



Self defence

Deterrent
Self defence
Self defence courses
Women's self defence




Neigong

Biomechanics
Neigong/nei gong/nei kung (internal work/whole-body strength)
Strength



Qigong

Qi
Qi gong/qigong/chi kung



Meditation

Breathing
Composure
Meditation
Mindful
Self-awareness












 

Fitness

Age
Balance
Balancing the body
Coordination
Exercise
Exertion
Fitness level
Massage
Mobility
Motor skills
Muscle
No pain, no gain
Physical education
Rejuvenation
Shoulders
Stretching
Tension
Use it or lose it
Vitality
Youthful



Living

Blog
Books (shortlist)

Fatigue
Friendship
Healthy living
Longevity
Moderation
Quality of life
Sleep
Stress
Working from home
Worrying



Health

Anti-aging
Arms
Arthritis
Back problems
Benefits

Brain health
Calm
Circulation
Detox
Diet
Feet
Hands
Hip & groin
Joint health
Knees
Legs
Listen to your body
Medical problems
Memory
Over-taxing the body
Pelvis
Preventative healthcare
Relaxation
Rest
Sitting
Tai chi for health & fitness
Wellbeing



Attitude

How can you tell?

Humour



Learning

Adult learning
Brain work (meditation, awareness, metacognition)
Comfort zone
Habits
Inner teachings
Proof
Syllabus



Teaching

Amateurs
Fit to teach?
Rachel Waller
Sifu Waller
Teaching levels



The Tao/dao

The Tao/Dao
Taoism/daoism
Yin/yang
Zen


Page created 13 January 1995
Last updated 25 July 2022