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Nigel Brett - Hayle, Cornwall Region: South & West

Long Yang style; Qi Gong.

Contact: 07777 695 656
email: Nigel Brett

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Steve Goodeve - Redruth, Penzance, Newlyn, St Ives & Carbis Bay, CORNWALL Region: South & West

Tao Heart Tai Chi

Yang Style Traditional Tai Chi, and Qigong sets, routines and exercises.

Senior Instructor Tai Chi Union Great Britain / British Health Qigong Association Instructor


Tai Chi:
Cheng Man-ch'ing (Zheng Manqing) 37 Short Form & Yang Style Traditional 108 Long Form

Qigong:
Traditional and contemporary sets, including Chinese Health Qigong accredited by the British Health Qigong Association (please see my website for details)

Other:
Pushing Hands (Tui Shou), Silk Reeling Exercises (Chan Ssu Jing), Zhan Zhuang ('Pole' Standing)

Weapons:
Yang Style 42-Step Taijijian (Straight Sword), Taiji Walking Stick (Zhang), Wudang Stick Forms (Wu Dang San Feng Gun).


Please see my website for full syllabus and current teaching programme

Classes: Redruth, Penzance, Newlyn, St. Ives & Carbis Bay

Contact: 07714 766901

http://www.taohearttaichi.co.uk

http://www.taohearttaichi.co.uk/contact-us.php

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(B)

Bob Harrisson-Daniels - Region: South & West

Tai Chi Nation

Teaching Dao Yin and Qigong.
Mini Qigong. 24 compact form, yang style. Cheng man Ching 37 form -
classes in Okehampton in Devon, and Pensilva in Cornwall

Contact: Wyside
Thornton Cross
Okehampton
Devon
EX20 4NF
01837 861586
0794 9763256
email: Bob Harrisson-Daniels


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Alan Hughes - Cornwall Region: South & West

Connect With Chi Tai Chi Classes

Mid Cornwall area- Cubert, Summercourt, St Newlyn East, Tregony, Perranporth
Alan has been practising Tai Chi and Qigong for 16 years and has been an Instructor for 9 years. Alan teaches Yang 10, 16, 21 and 24 Forms. Chen 36 and Chen 32 Sword Form, 8 Immortals Cane and Flute Forms; Sun 30 Form. _ presently learning Sun 73 Form.
For newcomers Alan initially teaches 7 tai chi movement individual exercises and in short form style. Also 21 movements to introduce footwork and coordination with hand movements.
Qigong - 18 Chi Kung Form, 18 Lohan Hands, 5 and Elements, 8 Brocades, Zhan Zhuang, and many other set exercises, including breathing exercises and moving meditation exercises.
Independent Tai Chi form - Yin Yang.
Alan also teaches Wing Chun and Lau Gar Kung Fu and Oriental Weapons including Dau and Jin of which he presently holds 3rd Degree Black Sash. He is also a Taekwondo Instructor - 6th dan Blackbelt. He is also a Chinese Massage and Acupressure practitioner and Reiki Master.
Alan also runs sessions in local care and residential Homes.

Alan runs daily classes in the following locations in Mid Cornwall
Mondays, Cubert Village Hall TR8 5PX
Tuesdays, Summercourt Village Hall TR8 5AF
Wednesdays, st Newlyn East Village Hall, TR8 5NY
Thursdays, Tregony Village Hall, TR2 4WD
Fridays, St Michaels Hall, Perranporth, TR6 0EP

Contact: 35 Tregunnel Hill, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1QT
07742666447
email: Alan Hughes
http//:www.connectwithchi.com

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Roderick Jacob - London Region: South & West

Wudang Tai Chi Chuan

Contact: 58 The Shrubberies
Porthleven
Cornwall
01326 565806
07957 418046
email: Roderick Jacob


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Tony O'Rourke - Wadebridge Region: South & West

Phoenix School of Tai Chi

Play Tai Chi at our friendly classes Cornwall at Padstow and Wadebridge: Cheng Man Ching, Beijing 24 step and Yang long form and Yang broadsword.

Contact: 9 New Park
Wadebridge
Cornwall
PL27 7PL
01208 812297
email: Tony O"Rourke


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David John Price - Launceston, Cornwall Region: South & West

Keanna Hills Tai Chi & Shibashi Qigong

Classes: South Petherwin Village Hall Every Monday 15.45 - 17.00 and 18.15 - 1945

Style taught: Simplified Yang Version (Beijing Style) 8,16 & 24 step tai chi Qigong Shibashi sets 1 & 2

'Everyone practicing tai chi is enjoined to embody natural law in their movements in accordance with the constantly changing balance between yin and yang. It may take time, practice, concentration and self belief, but the reward is true harmony of body and mind, with the achievement of central equilibrium.' - which is the essence of tai chi.

I have studied tai chi yang style for the last 10 years.
I have previously had a long association with other 'traditional martial arts' grading to a 1st dan Black belt in 1976 (Shukokai) under Sensei Des Botes (5th dan) and then to 2nd dan several years later. I have also studied Aikido and Japanese archery (Kyudo) .

My passion now is tai chi & qigong.
We are current holding classes in South Petherwin - Launceston every Monday.

Contact:
email: David John Price
01566 786717
Find us on FB
Keanna Hills Tijiquan & Qigong
https://www.facebook.com/groups/230725734261880/

Tai Chi Bikers Cornwall
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2137707513149771/


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Katherine Revell - Plymouth Region: South & West

Tai chi and Shiatsu, Cornwall

Tai chi and Qigong classes in South East Cornwall. We study chen style Tai chi, Laojia 74 form. Laojia means "old form" and 74 is the number of sequences. Qigong exercises include "Ba Duan Jin" or 'Eight pieces of brocade', " Wu Qin Xi" or 'Five Animals Qigong', "Da Wu" or 'great dance', and "Shen Jin Ba Gu" or 'stretch ligaments, open joints'. Weekly classes in Liskeard, Looe, Downderry and Trewidland. Fortnightly classes for people with MS in Plymouth.

Contact: Kath Revell
01579 340591
07729 907056
email: Katherine Revell
http://www.ninjagranny.org
Fb Ninja Granny

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Ray Wong - St Agnes, Cornwall Region: South & West

Ray Wong Tai Chi

This class is held weekly in Studio 2 at the MMI in St Agnes, Cornwall, every Wednesday between 7pm to 8.30pm, in St Agnes. All levels and abilities welcome and cost is £7 per session.
Ray Wong, the instructor, is an inside-the-door Practical Tai Chi Chuan (Chen Ting Hung/Dan Doherty lineage) student who has been studying Tai Chi seriously for over 12 years. He teaches the classes with reference to the PTCC syllabus, and instructs in an informal and down-to-earth manner attempting to make his classes fun and stimulating. For over 20 twenty years, Ray has been involved in Education on a professional basis, teaching English as a Foreign Language, HND Moving Image as well as, Tai Chi. He is a qualified teacher with a PGCE.

The Miners and Mechanics Institute - MMI, Vicarage Road, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0TL
St Agnes, Cornwall

Contact: email: Ray Wong

https://www.facebook.com/RayWongTaiChi/

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Phil Wright - Launceston Cornwall Region: South & West

North Cornwall Tai Chi Class & Tai Chi for Schools.

I am an advanced practitioner of Tai Chi & QiGong and been practising for 30 years. I teach Yang style Chen Man Ching based Short Form and Dr Chi Chiang Short form, Yang style Long Form, Straight sword, sword fencing and Push Hands as well as other partner exercises. I teach White Crane GiGong as well as other respected sets for standalone practice or to enhance Tai Chi. I also have created and run Tai Chi for Schools, bringing Tai Chi into Primary school curriculums. In addition, I teach seated Tai Chi in Care Homes. I specialise in one to one (or 2 to 1) bespoke lessons as well, for individual needs and requirements, including visitors to Cornwall.
Classes are in Launceston (and shortly Bude). Evening class is 7pm on a Tuesday night in St Mary's Church Hall; Sword form is 8pm and Push Hands class, 8.45pm. The Day class is 10am on a Wednesday morning, with a half hour Push Hands class at 11am. Everyone is welcome, from complete beginners to advanced practitioners and classes are informal.
Tai Chi for Schools brings Tai Chi into the Primary school curriculum. If you are interested, please contact me or see my website below.

Contact: email: Phil Wright
07891188813
http://vitaltaichi.co.uk
http://facebook.com/vitaltaichi
Schools: http://taichiforschools.co.uk

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Before looking for a teacher think about why you are attracted to tai chi, and what you hope to gain from it, are you just looking for the health aspects, working with soft exercises, meditation and relaxation techniques or are you interested in the full system including hard training, partner work, self defence and weapon forms.

Once you have decided what you want then you can email or telephone a few instructors close to you with your ideas, they’ll be pleased to advise you. Feel free to ask if you can visit a class to see how the class is run and whether the approach meets your expectations.

We have introduced a grading system as this gives people some indication of the level of experience of the teachers. Do not feel that you must train with a Senior Instructor as any of the teachers will have a better knowledge and understanding of the art than a beginner, and will be able to start you on the long road that is Tai Chi Chuan. So look for a local teacher who is providing the type of training you want!

Instructor Grades:

  • Senior Instructors (S)- normally will have at least 20 years experience of practising Chinese internal arts in depth
  • Advanced Instructors (A)- normally will have at least 8-10 years experience of practising Chinese internal arts in depth.
  • Intermediate Instructors (I)- practice Chinese internal arts to an acceptable level.
  • Basic Instructors (B)- are continuing their apprenticeship in Chinese internal arts and able to teach at a basic level; they will usually still be training on a regular basis with their own instructor.
Instructor Grades for those training in Tai Chi Chuan \and Chinese internal arts for health only:-
  • Advanced Instructors (A)- normally will have at least 8-10 years experience of practising Chinese internal arts for health in depth.
  • Intermediate Instructors (I)- practice Chinese internal arts to an acceptable level.
  • Basic Instructors (B)- are continuing their apprenticeship in Chinese internal arts and able to teach at a basic level; they will usually still be training on a regular basis with their own instructor.
  • Novice Practitioners (N) – Have completed at least 12 hours training. in Chinese internal arts under a TCUGB recognised teacher, but are not yet ready to teach independently

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