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Lee Style Taoist Arts

The Lee style is one of the oldest Taoist Arts which came to the West in the 1930’s and it still embodies the traditional Taoist methods from before the modern era in China. Our style has maintained its independence from western philosophy and materialism and has not been mixed with other styles. We are the only Association in the world today still teaching the authentic and complete range of the Lee style Taoist Arts and following exactly the same syllabus as taught by Professor Chee Soo.

Lee style T’ai Chi includes many elements such as Taoist philosophy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, self-defence, energy development, breathing exercises and so on

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Summer Course 2022 in Cornwall

St John’s-in-the-Fields church, St Ives TR26 2FB

Tai Chi week

Monday 25th – Friday 29th July 2022

Feng Shou Kung Fu week

Monday 1st to Friday 5th August 2022

Anmo Health and Massage week

Monday 8th to Friday 12th August 2022

Chinese Medicine online course

We will be hosting an eight-week long course on the basics of Chinese Medicine every Monday night at 8 o’clock (BST). The course is free but you can donate if you can afford to.
We will start by looking at the Theory of the Zang-Fu which is the Chinese name for the internal organs. Most of us will be familiar with the Western medical anatomical organs, the Chinese organs not only have different functions but they include organs that are not on the Western medicine map, and some familiar organs we would think are fundamental are not even classified as organs.

This is a core topic to get you started with understanding Chinese Medicine.
Why you might ask?

Well for me I did it because my teacher taught it and I wanted to learn what he was teaching. When I first started it was at a Tai Chi class and I was interested in Taoism. When I asked him if he did it he said “That’s all we do!”
One of my big stumbling blocks paradoxically was my education which stemmed from Western philosophy based firmly on Cartesian doubt. This is a method of tearing things apart until there’s nothing left. Once I encountered Chee Soo I began to realize his method was more along the lines of a jigsaw puzzle and tearing things apart was not of much use, in fact, it slowed me down considerably so I decided to become more open minded.
Chinese Medicine was at the core of his teachings I started to realize and although he was well known as a Tai Chi and Kung Fu master it was his skill at understanding and controlling energies that made him such an outstanding healer.

This course is exactly about that, Qi or energy, and if you can just get a grip on this concept, which in actual fact is a real thing and not merely a concept of the mind, it will put you on the high road to understanding everything related to the Taoist Arts and will do more than anything else to prolong your youth and protect your health into old age.
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Summer term 2022 Weekend courses

Tai Chi day course in Cornwall

Saturday 18th June

St Agnes miners institute

18 Vicarage Rd, Saint Agnes TR5 0TL

10am – 4pm

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T’ai Chi Day Course in York

Sunday 3rd July

Westfield Primary Community School
Askham Lane
York
YO24 3HP

9 a.m -5 p.m

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T’ai Chi and Kung Fu Weekend Course in Bristol

Saturday 9th July T’ai Chi Sunday 10th July Kung Fu

Henleaze Primary School

Park Grove, Henleaze, Bristol BS9 4LG

10 a.m – 4 p.m

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Tai Chi Elements

Online T’ai Chi Training


We’ve used the latest motion capture technology and a 3D games engine to bring the benefits of a T’ai Chi class into your own home.

It’s a valuable resource for anyone attending our classes but it will also be suitable for people who don’t have access to a T’ai Chi teacher locally.

So that you can get proper feedback there will be fully qualified T’ai Chi masters on hand to give you advice and guide your progress. You can upload videos of your own training for assessment to measure your progress just like in a real T’ai Chi class. You can train any time of the day or night and as often as you like, you don’t have to wait for your weekly T’ai Chi session, and you can make contact with T’ai Chi students and experienced teachers from all over the world.

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