Monthly drop-in Workshops

Each month we hold a 2.5 hour workshop for those who really want to learn, improve & get to grips with all aspects of Chen style Tai Chi: Fansong Gong (conditioning exercises), Zhan Zhuang (standing meditation), Laojia (Form) and Pushing Hands/Martial applications (optional).

 

You are welcome to join us no matter what your current level of experience is, do however expect to work hard and a general level of fitness is a minimum requirement. We train together for common practise and divide into small groups for focused training and individual instruction.

 

Each workshop takes place 10.30 -13.00 at The Newell Centre, Tozer Way, Chichester, PO19 7LG. The venue is in the centre of Chichester & easy to get to (10 minute walk from the train station). For those of you travelling by car, parking is available at the front of the venue. Please bring your own refreshments - the venue has kitchen facilities. The fee for each workshop is £30.

 

 

forthcoming workshops:  June 29th, July 20th, August 10th (see below) 

 

email: info@sussextaichi.co.uk   tel: 07748 113857

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internal Power and Pushing Hands

Saturday 10th August 10.30-16.30 at the Newell Centre. Fee: £60

Please book in advance

 

This workshop is suitable for students who have a reasonable level experience.

All of the internal martial arts rely upon internal power for their functionality - without it 'forms' are empty and most of the benefits of these potent arts remain unrealised. Pushing hands comprises a wide variety of partner training drills that provide invaluable 'realtime' feedback into how we move, pay attention and use the internal power we should be cultivating in our solo practise.

 

During the morning session Sam will teach the core training components necessary to build internal power while the afternoon session will focus upon partner work. Expect to work hard and sleep deeply that evening!

 

This workshop is a must for all students who wish to develop their practise beyond the superficial level.