Tai Chi belongs to the three internal Chinese Martial arts, Tai Chi, Hsingi and Bagua and is known for maintaining good balance and agility. Done slowly, the low impact nature of Tai Chi makes it perfect for all ages and helps maintain a sense of well being and mental focus whilst promoting the harmony of mind and body.
Tai Chi is taught by learning a fixed set of moves called a ‘Form’. When learning Tai Chi it is important to relax in order to develop a supple body and nurture a calm state of mind.
The form taught at Sung Tai Chi is known as the orthodox 99 form and belongs to the Cheng Ming System which was devised in 1929 by the Great Grand Master Wang Su Chin. It is currently taught around the world by Grand Master Wang Fu Lai.