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3 week induction course

New students undertake a 3 week course. It offers an introductory understanding of tai chi.

20 for the 3 week course
3 Monday classes
Explore new skills every week
Receive corrections, tips & pointers
One-to-one help throughout the course


When can you start the induction course?

Students can begin the course any time during the year. Just come down to the hall at 6:45 PM and sign-up.


What is the induction course for?

The induction course is for people who are interested in practicing taijiquan, tai chi for health or tai chi for fitness with us on a regular basis.
These 3 introductory lessons prepare the student for the training ahead. It teaches basic skills and insights pertinent to our curriculum.


Just a taste...


Explore the following
areas of study during the induction course:

  1. Qigong

  2. Form

  3. Meditation

  4. Whole-body strength

  5. Taijiquan principles


One-to-one tuition

The induction course is usually taught by Rachel. It is structured, straightforward, informative and logical. Students are welcome to ask questions about any of the topics being considered.
The more detailed aspects are taught one-to-one in order to improve comprehension.


After induction...

After the induction course most people ask to join the school.


Having looked around for tai chi lessons for mainly health but also martial applications, what I found immediately obvious with Sifu Waller was the practical "real" teaching. None of the flowery waving arms about, but real scientifically provable methods to aid health and engage martial capability.

In my life free time is in short supply; I want a class where I get value for money and concentrated pure teaching, this school meets both these objectives.

(Damian)


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