About Chi Hub
Chi Hub Structure
Our syllabus covers three levels. Beginners will start with basic stances and hand movements, and will follow a short 10 Step Beijing style form, as well as Qigong exercises to improve alignment and breathing. At intermediate level, more challenging Tai Chi routines will be taught, including the 24 Step Taijiquan,13 and 38 Sun Style Forms, 32 Step Taijiquan Sword and Kung Fu Fan. focusing on technique and applications. This is followed by the long hand form 88 Yang Taijiquan and 98 Sun Style
Six beautiful Qigong sets are also offered both online and at our Chi Hub.
Our bespoke studio is set in beautiful countryside on the outskirts of Pattingham, surrounded by fields and tranquility. You will find us up a quiet country lane with parking and facilities.
The Art of Tai Chi & Qigong
Qigong is an ancient Chinese system of body and mind healing through working with energy. It combines breathing techniques, gentle movement and focused intention to strengthen and cleanse the body, and to support smooth flow of energy and blood circulation.
Tai Chi is a form of martial art using smooth and seemingly effortless, yet powerful and dynamic movements.
Tai Chi and Qigong are unified on many core strands: both developed on the concept of Qi, governed by the principles of Yin and Yang, following the five element theory, practiced in a slow and relaxed manner, and both providing a wide range of health benefits.
Tai Chi at Wightwick Manor
Deyin Taijiquan institute(GB)
British Health Qigong Association
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Diane is a Senior Instructor with the Deyin Institute having over 20 years teaching experience.
Over the years she has competed in British Opens, the BCCMA National Championships and BCMA Wushu Championship and became British National Champion in both Hand and Sword categories
Also a gold medal winner at the resent World Health Qigong Games in Tokyo .
From 2005, whilst working in Primary Education she introduced Tai Chi into the school's curriculum, initially with Early Years gradually building this into a whole school programme which she implemented in various schools over the following 14 years.
Diane offers a Specialist Postural Stability programme which is chair based and combines Tai Chi with strength and balance exercises. These classes are suitable for those that have fallen or have a fear of falling