Wutan Bournemouth offered classes in Tai Chi,
Kung Fu and Kickboxing for improving and maintaining good health or to
T'ai Chi Ch'uan (Taijiquan)
T'ai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercise, suitable for adults of all
ages, which results in improved fitness and health, in addition to being
a profound martial art, a way of cultivating intrinsic energy of the body
(qi) and a form of meditation.
Training with Wutan begins with Yang style t'ai chi, the most suitable
form for beginners. Those wishing to study further will progress through
pushing hands, da lu, san shou and weapons (sword, broardsword, spear and
pole) and other traditional styles of t'ai chi - Sun, Wu and Chen.
Wutan also teach the internal arts of pa kua (bagua) and hsing-i (xingyi)
which complement the t'ai chi training.
For more information about the classes offered by
Wutan please click on one of the links buttons on the left and check out
the new beginners and existing classes Above.
I started t'ai chi in London
in 1974 but my first lesson with Wutan's UK founder, They Soon Tuan in
1982 convinced me that I needed to begin again. After seventeen years
continuous training with Sifu They I also began to study with his master,
Wu Song Fa, and became one of his twelve UK disciples.
In 1989 I began teaching t'ai chi under Sifu They's direction while
continuing to study and develop my own understanding and knowledge.
I began studying t'ai
chi with Wutan's UK
founder, They Soon Tuan in 1985 and in 1989, began studying kungfu as
well. Then in 1999 I began to study with Sifu They's master, Master Wu
Song Fa, being priveleged to become one of Master Wu's twelve UK
I have been teaching since 1989 while continuing to develop my own art
under the direction of Sifu They and Master Wu.
I started Wutan Kung
Fu with Andrew Carter in 1988. In 1994 I began teaching kung fu and t'ai chi
under Wutanís direction while continuing to study and develop my own
understanding and knowledge. After eleven years continuous training with
Wutan I also began to study with They's†
master, Wu Song Fua, and became one of his twelve UK