The practice of Tai Chi Chuan is based on the principles of harmony, attentiveness and flow. It is said that Tai Chi Chuan is like the ocean: fluid and soft, yet containing the power to bring down mountains.
First, the parts of the body are gently brought into harmony with themselves. This encourages the body's natural healing processes, and is the foundation for effective movement.
Then, the mind is gently brought into harmony with the body. This process brings clarity and peace. This state of mind is the foundation for effective action.
Every aspect of life is enhanced when mind and body are in harmony.
In historical China, health and martial practices were passed down within strictly guarded traditions. Tony is a direct student of Master Lam Kam Chuen.
Master Lam's lineage includes: two schools of Tai Chi Chuan,
Northern and Southern Shaolin (kung fu), Choy Lee Fut, professional Chinese Medical practice, Chi Kung, and training with the Hong
Kong Royal Constabulary. Master Lam has over 30 years experience teaching in the West, so his Tai Chi is authentic, and accessible to Westerners.
Directly following this tradition means Tony brings a wealth of practical experience to his classes.