Tai chi movements are slow soft and graceful with smooth and even transitions between them, The meditative nature of the exercises is calming and relaxing.

Tai chi Chuan or (taiji quan) exercise helps blood to move around inside the body. This is very important blood takes food to all parts of our bodies, the brains in our heads also need blood. If we keep our bodies healthy and do exercises, we can think better.


When practising Tai chi, the practitioners consciousness, breathing and actions are all closely connected. The transfer and focus of the practitioners energy corresponds to the network of maridians joining the acupuncture points used in traditional Chinese medicine. Tai chi exercises stimulate blood circulation and the inner organs, as well as improving strength and muscle control.

Tai chi exercises help to improve health, co-ordination and posture and will promote general fitness and weight loss. Tai chi stimulates the body and calms the mind, resulting in a balanced outlook and an overall improved sense of well being.


Push-hands is a practice method of traditional Tai chi martial arts. Two students with their arms in contact practice twining and sticking actions to develop the sense of touch, awareness and balance within the body.

This is the training method where Tai chi movements connect with martial arts applications, and develops the understanding of how small forces can defeat strong physical power.