These are held throughout the year in different parts of the country to enable students to extend their training without having to travel too far. Students of all levels of experience are welcome to come to one or both days to –
- Use the extended time available to progress with their practice – without time pressure you can relax putting your body and mind in the best mode for learning.
- Receive teaching and guidance from the Technical Director or one of the TAO’s highly skilled Senior Instructors.
- Have the opportunity to train with students from other clubs, developing your skills together and making new friends.
Some courses are an in depth study of parts of the Li system you may not have experienced. Recent themed courses have included K’ai Men for better Form and Push Hands, The Practice of Tao Yin, Weapons and Chi Shu. Other courses are designed to help local students progress with their T’ai Chi and Feng Shou.
For details of courses planned this year and the person to contact for each see our Course Calendar.
Training is from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. In some locations there is a 2 hour session on the Friday evening. Liquid refreshments are supplied for morning and afternoon breaks and lunchtime but you should bring a packed lunch.
As a member you receive substantial reductions on training fees; there are also concessionary rates available and discounts for early booking.