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A school member has access to exclusive training opportunities, knowledge, skills and resources that are not offered to pay-as-you-go students:

Train up to 2 hours a night
Opportunity to purchase school DVDs
Address individual health concerns & training requirements
Tips & pointers, refinement & corrections
 One-to-one assessment/feedback/guidance available
New material every week
Access extra web pages via the school database 
 Workshops, boot camp and class social events
 All the famous health benefits of tai chi
 2 internal martial arts: taijiquan (supreme ultimate fist) and baguazhang (8 trigrams palm)
Fully-differentiated syllabus 
13 areas of study
Belts and grading
7 taijiquan forms: Long Yang, sabre, 2 person cane, staff, walking stick, straight sword (jian), pao chui (cannon fist)
Complete biomechanical understanding of form
Exploration and application of The Tai Chi Classics
 Chin na (seizing)
 Shuai jiao (take downs)
 Self defence
Form applications

 Weapons training
Neigong (whole-body strength)
Jing (whole-body power)

 A wide variety of qigong (energy work) exercises
Martial theory & practical application
Taijiquan principles
Taoism & Zen
The option of studying the tai chi for health syllabus
Brain work
(meditation, awareness, metacognition)
Cheaper private lessons


Tai chi students wear a white T-shirt and kung fu trousers.

I very much enjoy your sessions - without any false flattery, you have been the best instructor I have encountered for any martial art. Your commitment, patience and dedication to the Art and your students is something that I believe many instructors should aspire to.

To your credit
Sifu Waller, you have shown me something that has I did not expect to find in taijiquan... a comprehensive fighting system in itself. I wish the rest of the MA community would wake up and see what you see.


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Page created 8 May 1996
Last updated 08 February 2017