Train to become an Accredited Instructor in Tai Chi
• Study to become proficient in Tai Chi and/or Qigong
• Choose your own time frame
• Qualify with accreditation from Angus through the Tai Chi Union Of Great Britain.
It can be a wonderfully rewarding journey to train to become an instructor in Tai Chi and/or Qigong.
In the basic training with Angus you learn and attain fluency in key moves, the 5 key principles of Living Movement, a training form, the Dr Chi/Cheng Man Ching Short Form, the 21 exercises of tai chi & qigong and the essentials of pushing hands.
Each person is different but as a guideline, a newcomer to the art would require a minimum of 3 years of dedicated study to reach instructor level.
Train to deliver Tai Chi based Movement
Not everyone wants or needs to become a tai chi instructor. Health and exercise professionals, or teachers, for instance, can learn how to use the principles of tai chi and qigong effectively within their profession.
One of the big advantages of Living Movement is that it follows a ‘principles’ approach rather than being techniques orientated. This means that it is accessible to a wide range of people; is fun and easy to learn; is safe because people go at their own pace and in their own way.