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Commitment

If you want to gain skill - or experience the benefits - in any endeavour, some form of commitment is necessary. This would be true of learning to drive, gardening, fitness, you name it... There are no exceptions..


Membership

In order to study tai chi properly it is necessary to attend regularly and practice the art.


No nonsense membership


There is no joining fee, no annual fee, no grading fees. Lessons for members start at 6:30 PM. Members are welcome to arrive at whatever time is most convenient.
Train up to 2 hours a night.
 

Membership fee

The membership fee is paid by monthly instalments. 40. Standing order only.
This fee covers: Monday night tuition, informal assessments, one-to-one guidance, bespoke learning, longer lessons, insurance, hall rental fee, website hosting, school database...


2 paths

We offer 2 different approaches:

  1. Health & fitness

  2. Martial training

Students may train at whatever level they are capable of doing. Our program is entirely self-differentiating.

 

There are so many different dimensions to what Sifu Waller's class offers, it is hard to know where to start. The main thing for me is that it is great fun - I never expected that it would make me laugh so much.

This comes from Sifu Waller's unique approach, sharing his vast knowledge in a down-to-earth and non-macho way, which I think leads to the whole class being a warm and supportive place to be.

The key thing is that it works, such simple things that have a really dramatic effect on your body, not a spiritual, abstract set of moves but real 'I do this, he falls down' stuff. I can feel my own body responding now too - getting firmer, more balanced, more in control - and I think the qigong exercises are making my mind much calmer as well.

(Robin)
 


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