Tai Chi

In Tai Chi Chuan, we are focusing on moving around while connecting with your surroundings and a (virtual) partner.

Tai Chi Tai Chi teaches you to move in a natural way, both alone and in contact with others.

Tai Chi helps you to focus your energy. You learn to find your power by spiralling your body from the ground upwards through your feet, legs, back and arms, all the way to your fingertips.
By training Tai Chi you create more flexibility and resilience in your body, which you can then use in all kinds of everyday situations. Everything you do comes more easily. Your physical and mental balance improves, as does your concentration.

Tai Chi is a martial art based on a non-violent approach to life, situations and other people.
Through partner practices, you learn in a playful way to experiment with non-violent communication, assertiveness, and the basics of self-defence. If you wish to acquire realistic self-defence skills, you can progress to training in Lu Kung Fu.

We teach the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan, starting with the Peking (24) form. At a later stage, if you are interested you can also learn the original 108 form.

Further reading
Blog: Dao Lu: Flow with the Go

Tai Chi 24 vorm
Push Hands