Tai Chi is a Chinese internal art of self cultivation characterised by fluid and elegant movements designed to allow the body to integrate harmoniously Spirit and mind.
The result is a state of enhanced relaxation, vitality and mental clarity.
It is impossible to describe Tai Chi with words. It is an experience of the body not of the mind and only with practice its profundity becomes evident.
I have learnt liuhebafa tai chi style from master John W. Shadow who learnt it in Hong Kong from Mr. Fong Pak Shing (in the picure above).
For more than 20 years without even using words like yin, yang or qi, master John Shadow taught me the essence of oriental philosophy and the importance of inner cultivation and refinement.
His unique ability in translating complex philosophical concepts in simple words applicable in a functional way to our modern living together with his enlightening storytelling never failed to show me the magic of being human.
I believe he was a truly authentic Daoist philosopher and surely the one who set my foot on the path.
The practice of liuhebafa tai chi does not require special physical skills and is suitable for any age and conditions. No uniform is required; however, loose, comfortable clothes and flat shoes must be worn to prastise.
If you are considering to practice liuhebafa tai chi with us please feel free to email me or call me (078 9630 3248).
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