Centuries of practical experience, as well as modern scientific research, has proved that Tai Chi improves balance and co-ordination, improves peace of mind, aids with stress reduction, and can help you maintain a healthy body and improve recovery from illness.
You can learn the beautiful and ancient Chinese arts of Tai Chi and Qigong. Their timeless abilities to help and heal, will aid you in maximising your physical and mental wellness.
This is the only Tai Chi (and Qigong) program that you need. You will receive a complete Tai Chi training experience via online pre-recorded courses with direct email access to your instructors Robert and Lee Agar-Hutton. Additionally there is an option to attend live Zoom sessions as well.
Tai Chi has the capability to be used for self-defence by anyone interested in that aspect of the art, but most people practice Tai Chi for Health and Wellness. Tai Chi combines gentle precise movements that are slow, soft, and relaxing, with specific breathing and techniques to relax and focus the mind. Tai Chi is designed to invigorate you and improve the way you use and move your body.
Simply put, Tai Chi helps with both health maintenance and recovery. It will teach you how to relax and strengthen your body and mind.
"This online program is ideal for both those new to Tai Chi and those wishing to enhance their practice. I have found it is easy to fit around a busy lifestyle and it helps me stay fit and flexible. The lessons are self contained but also build up your skills incrementally and the instruction is clear and detailed so it is easy to follow. I can highly recommend it."
- Chris Welbourn -
“Being able to practice at home with instruction is invaluable! Thank you Robert for setting up and producing this amazing resource.”
- Linda Watts -
“Graceful, informative, calming but invigorating at the same time.”
- Lynne Simpson -
“Tai chi classes with Robert and Lee are friendly and fun.”
- Siew-Peng Crevel -
“I love the idea of using my body to function as a unified unit which is what Tai Chi allows me. It stretches my physical 'me' but does not leave me feeling exhausted.”