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 Tai chi can be practiced for health benefits and to circulate Qi around the body and it is said that if you practice Tai chi as a Martial Art for ten years you would be an amazing fighter.The training involves two primary features: the first being the solo form Quan (fist), a slow sequence of movements, which emphasize a straight spine, relaxed breathing, and a natural range of movement. The second being pushing hands for training stickiness and sensitivity in the reflexes. Through various motions from the forms used in concert with a training partner you learn leverage, timing, coordination and positioning.


This form of moving meditation is to enable all ages and abilities to afford themselves a chance to make movement more fluid and controlled. Several styles of TC are utilised according to level of experience and ability. 

Master Wong demonstrates the many aspects of Tai Chi that we teach in Complete Combat