Cultivating Mind, Body, Energy and Spirit
for Inner Peace and Flow
Live online class, Tuesdays 6.30-7.30pm
Or take classes in your own time, with on-demand access to class recordings for a year
Develop the ability to respond elegantly and appropriately to whatever life brings.
Online Tai Chi classes for all levels and abilities. Develop and improve your:
- Mental clarity
- Energy levels
Tai Chi or Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) is a high level martial, energy and spiritual art.
Many people practice Tai Chi Chuan for the physical and mental health benefits it gives them. Tai Chi Chuan is an internal martial art, and the principles of self-defence contained within it can be applied more widely to everyday life.
The benefits of Tai Chi practice can be experienced almost immediately.
Classes with Fully Alive focus on the principles of Tai Chi Chuan, including:
- Generating and developing energy flow
- Developing flexibility and balance
- Awareness of body, mind and energy
- Increased resilience, presence and stability
- Letting go of tension and old habits in a safe and supported way
- Strengthening body, mind and spirit
By practicing Tai Chi, you will increase the amount of energy you have available to you.
You can use this to enhance martial ability, sport, effectiveness at work, or whatever you choose.
A short guided Tai Chi practice for reducing tension,
increasing relaxation and flow, and coming back to centre.
The Teachings of Zhang San Feng
In our school we follow the teachings of Zhang San Feng as understood and passed on by Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit, who has spent much of his life studying and passing on the various arts that came out of China.
Zhang San Feng was a Shaolin Kung Fu master who left the Shaolin Temple to cultivate his spirit, and developed the system now known as Taijiquan. He was the first person to combine the physical aspect of Kung Fu, the energy aspect of Qigong and the mind aspect of meditation into one practice.
This wonderful legacy that Zhang San Feng passed onto us means that when practising genuine Tai Chi Chuan today we can achieve the “triple cultivation” of mind, body and energy for good health, better performance and spiritual development.
Learn and develop at your own pace.
Classes are suitable for complete beginners as well as more experienced students.
Rather than needing to remember lots of forms and movements, classes focus on the underlying principles of working with your body, mind and energy. Each week you will build on what you have learnt.
Access to a library of practice videos
You will get access to all your class recordings through the Fully Alive Academy. You can take classes live or in your own time, and revisit the class recordings whenever you want for a year.
And you get access to a library of short 5-30 minute training videos to support what you learn in class.
Choose from meditations, mind, body and energy integration exercises, stance training and forms to review and practice in your own time.
Fully Alive Tai Chi classes are structured to progressively develop your mind, body and energy skills.
- Mind: Develop mental clarity, focus, and increased awareness
- Body: Release tension, increase strength and flexibility, and build your resilience
- Energy: Learn to generate an energy flow and build energy for increased vitality
You will learn how these three aspects support each other, and how to integrate them within your own practice.
With this knowledge, Tai Chi becomes far more than just gentle physical exercise. It has the potential to transform your relationship to yourself and how you engage with the world.
Learn Tai Chi with Fully Alive
- Online Tai Chi classes via Zoom with Sifu Tim, Tuesdays 6.30-7.30pm
- Join live or take classes in your own time using the recordings
- Access to a library of training videos
- £79 for 1 month of classes
- Get access to all Fully Alive online classes with Premium Membership
"Entering the way, nourish heart,
stabilize nature, accumulate energy,
focus spirit be main path"
from Focusing Spirit Accumulating Energy Treatise in Grand Ultimate Practice - Zhang San Feng