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Self-care and longevity


Tai Chi

Classical Yang Tai Chi Quan Program

600 Hours Online Teacher Certification Program

Classical Yang Tai Chi Quan is a 100% Tai Chi & Philosophy content-based program

Your Hours and Credentials

600hrs is split into 3 Series of 200hrs each.

  1. Elementary Duan 1 – Junior Instructor
  2. Intermediate Duan 2 – Intermediate Instructor
  3. Advanced Duan 3 – Senior Instructor

Option to continue with an additional 3 Advanced Series of 600hrs of 200hrs each.

  1. Advanced Senior Duan 4 – Advanced Senior Instructor
  2. Advanced Senior Duan 5 – Advanced Senior Instructor
  3. Advanced Senior Duan 6 – Advanced Senior Instructor

Preservation of Health

Every single person without exception has a desire to preserve his or her health. However, throughout their lives, most people are plagued by disease in one form or another. The Chinese explain it thus: “Many times an illness begins when one is unaware of an imbalance that has subtly begun. This allows a pathogen to accumulate and degenerate the body, progressing to the point where it penetrates the level of the bones and marrow. “Health and well-being can be achieved only by remaining centered with one’s spirit, guarding against squandering one’s energy, maintaining the constant flow of one’s chi and blood, and nourishing one’s self preventatively. This is the way to a long and happy life.”

*There are 2 main methods for converting Chinese into English characters are:
Wade Giles – T’ai Chi Ch’uan & Ch’i Kung or Tai Chi Chuan & Chi Kung Pinyin – Taijiquan & Qigong or Taiji Quan and Qi Gong


Yang Tai Chi Quan Program

Tai Chi or internal Martial Arts; cultivate an inner awareness of what is happening in our physical bodies. Training beyond the reliance on weight, force, and speed. It is the practice of the Dao/Tao, or`Way of Life’; understood as the pivotal principle of balance in action.

The principle is *Wu-Wei-“effortless action”. Yin and Yang at play; by the transformation of the energies of the universe. The principles improve and amplify; body regener­ation and rejuvenation, biomechanics, bone health, and internal organ health.

Why teach Classical Style Yang Tai Chi Quan?

Caters to aspiring healers, movement practitioners, health professionals

Tai Chi Quan or Taji Quan

Helps us to separate the yin and yang of the body while in motion, within this stillness it helps to harmonise yin and yang, allows activation of the meridians and collaterals, enhance the regulation and flow of Qi and blood circulation, balance and stabilise the central equilibrium,  works on the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, relaxes the physical body, defines and distinguishes between the principle of full and empty allowing our whole gravity to drop down completely, allows the sinking of Qi into the lower dantian/cauldron of life “Health and well-being can be achieved only by remaining centered with one’s spirit, guarding against squandering one’s energy, maintaining the constant flow of one’s chi and blood, and nourishing one’s self preventatively. This is the way to a long and happy life.”


Tai Chi Compared with Other Exercises

The body is designed in such a way that it only remains healthy if it is exercised. However, there are so many kinds of exercise from which to choose that it can become quite confus­ing, and it is difficult for anybody to know which is the most beneficial. Although they all differ in form and scale, most exercises have one thing in common – they never go beyond reliance on weight, force, and speed. You may learn how to move your limbs properly, but this doesn’t encourage harmony between movement and breathing. Tai Chi is different from other exercises, as all movements are performed in a relaxed way.

Tai Chi and Women

Tai Chi is especially beneficial for women; `Tai Chi is especially appropriate for women, whose physical condition is influenced by the condition of their blood. Irregular menstruation foreshadows illness. As blood is nor­mally tranquil, too strenuous activity can affect her circula­tion adversely. Besides this, too much activity for a woman tends to over-stimulate her metabolism. As far as a woman’s health is concerned, taking exercises that is too drastic, is as bad as taking no exercise at all.’

Classical Yang Tai Chi Quan is a 100% Tai Chi and Philosophy content-based program.

This is not a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)Program.

TCM is explained within the context of need and usage and will be expanded upon as a subject on its own where needed.

In one phrase, this program teaches the theory and practice of Vitality, Nourishing-Life-Enhancement, and Prevention Medicine. 

Self-Care Longevity and the ability to awaken dormant human health and healing potential is the main focus.

Overall health includes not just the physical, but the psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual components of an individual’s well-being.

A Self-Paced progression is needed when learning with us.

On completion of each series, you will be certified to teach.

The difference between the student and the teacher course. Both programs follow the same principles, course content, and practice. The teacher’s course has more Advanced Tai Chi technicalities and in-depth theory to study alongside a minimum requirement of 200 hours; per series; over a prescribed time of self-paced intense practice and training. The Full Program is covered from Elementary(200hrs), Intermediate(200hrs) to Advanced(200hrs). The teacher’s course also allows for higher skills and ability progression assessment on completion of each level of achievement. This is done by the trainee teacher submitting a video recording at the final phase at each level of practice. Each course caters to a set of pre-booked live teachers’ webinar access.


Classical Yang Style Tai Chi Quan

Learning to progress efficiently

1. Follow the program step by step to achieve maximum results and benefits.

2. Pay a lot of attention to the basics foundation, do not rush in learning.

3. Empty your cup each day(allow daily change to happen without emotional attachment to progress and achievement) when training


The Principles Involved in `Keeping in One’ 

The Concept Of Suspending

The Application of Yong Chun

The Role Of Dantien

The Tai Chi Standing Posture

Strengthening the Leg Muscles

Meaning of the `Light and Sensitive Step’

The Spine and Sympathetic Nerves

Reasons for Exercising the Spine

Effect of Tai Chi on the Lungs

Correct Position of Lips and Teeth


It Isn’t Just A Fad

It’s For All Ages

Fibromyalgia Relief

Thinking Power

Depression Management

Reduces Risk Of Falling In Older Adults

Beneficial For Sufferers Of Asthma

Aerobic Capacity

Joint Health

Internal Organ Health

Better sleep

Decreased stress, anxiety, and depression

Improved mood

Improved aerobic capacity

Increased energy and stamina

Improved flexibility, balance, and agility

Improved muscle strength and definition, etc.

6 Part Series

200 Hours Per Series (2.5hrs per day for 6 mths)

Compulsory Series @ 3 Months

Elementary – Junior Duan 1

Intermediate – Intermediate Duan 2

Advanced – Senior Duan 3

Optional Series @ 3 Months

Advanced – Advanced Senior Duan 4

Advanced – Advanced Senior Duan 5

Advanced – Advanced Senior Duan 6

Topic Syllabus

Students cover fewer topics. 

Duan 1

Technicalities Pre Warm-Up

Lossen Tendons

Posture Alignment Fundamentals

Bone Marrow Washing Routines

Posture Alignment Standing (Zhan Zhuang Posture)

Zhan Zhuang 1 to 7, Gather, Collect, Issue

Legs foundations

Legs exercises

Full and Empty applications

4 Cardinal directions

4 Diagonal Directions

The Five Elements Sequence

The Yang Tai Chi Short Form

Elementary Philosophy Theory:

Ten Essences of Tai Chi

Song of the 13 Postures

Taiji Commentaries Level 1


Junior Instructor

Duan 2

This series adds-on to Elementary

Single Tui Shou

Double Tui Shou – Sensitivity; Yield, Adhere

Pong Lu Ji An (Eight Corners) – Ward Off, Rollback, Press, Push


Drill on Brush Knee, Repulse Monkey, and Waving Clouds

Review Short Form

Balance & Sensitivity  Workout, eg. Soft Touch

1st Long Sword

Taiji Long-Form Part 1

Tui Shou Level 3

Da Lu Level 2 – With Partner

Step Rooting

1st Sanshou Routine/Form

1st long sword  routine/form

Intermediate Philosophy Theory:

Theory, Philosophy, Principles Of Taiji

Taiji Commentaries Level 2

Teaching Methods


Intermediate Instructor

Duan 3

This series adds-onto prior 2 series

Long-Form – Complete

Double Tui Shou – Attack, Counter Attack

Third Level Tui Shou


Step Rooting

Dantian Pushing

Two-Person Balance Training

1st Long Sword – In-Depth Sword & Jing

2nd Long Sword

Long-Form Part 2

2nd Sanshou Routine/Form

1st & 2nd Sanshou Application

1st Taiji Broadsword

Free Sparring

Step Rooting

Moving Tuishou

Advance Fajing

Tui Shou Level -3 Combined

Da Lu Level 4 – Skill Fighting Techniques

Advanced Philosophy Theory:

Theory, Philosophy, Principles of Taiji

Taiji Commentaries Level 3

Fajing interpretation

Teaching Methods


Senior Instructor

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