Corporate Training

We provide our services to the corporate groups and various enterprises that vary in length and content and can be tailored to the specific needs – for example, sessions for stress relief, acupressure points for “computer syndrome”, introduction to Qigong/Tai Chi or exercise at workplace programme and many other different activities.
Please see below Feedback and Comments on work of our instructors teaching Tai Chi/Qigong at various locations:

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Study Modules

Elective ModuleTotal Hours12345
1Tai Chi
1.1Tai Chi 8-forms
633
1.2 Tai Chi 16-forms 123333
1.3 Tai Chi 24-forms
123333
1.4 Tai Chi Yang Style (Introduction)
123333
1.5 Tai Chi Chen Style 36-forms
1533333
1.6 Duan Wei (Yang Style) Level One
633
1.7 Duan Wei (Yang Style) Level Two 633
1.8 Duan Wei (Yang Style) Level Three 9333
1.9 Duan Wei (Yang Style) Level Four
123333
1.10 Duan Wei (Chen Style) Level One 633
1.11 Duan Wei (Chen Style) Level Two
633
1.12 Duan Wei (Chen Style) Level Three
9333
1.13 Tai Chi Fan (Yang Style 18-forms) 9333
1.14 Tai Chi Fan (Yang Style 36-forms)
123333
1.15Tai Chi Sword 16-forms
9333
1.16 Tai Chi Sword 32-forms
123333
1.17Tai Chi Sabre  (Traditional Yang Style) 123333
1.18 Tai Chi Sword (Yang Style & Techniques) 1533333
1.19 Tai Chi Cane 123333
1.20Push Hands
12444
1.21 Tai Chi 42-forms
1533333
1.22 Tai Chi Sword 42-forms 1533333
2Wushu (Sport)
2.1 Changquan Routines
1533333
2.2 Nanquan Routines
1533333
2.3Wushu Cudgel (Gun) Routines 1533333
2.4 Wushu Straight Sword (Jian) Routines
1533333
2.5 Wushu Broadsword (Dao) Routines
1533333
2.6Wushu Elementary Cudgel Routine
9333
2.7 Wushu Jian Duan Wei 1 (Single & Dual) 1533333
3Wushu (Traditional)
3.1 Introduction to Xing Yi9333
3.2 Xing Yi Five Fist Linked Form9333
3.3 Introduction to Bagua123333
3.4 Deer Horns Form1533333
3.5 Bagua Traditional Form 1533333
4Qigong
4.1 Qigong / Acupressure Aid
22
4.2 Qigong Ba Duan Jin
633
4.3 Qigong Yi Jin Jing
9333
4.4 Qigong Dao Yin (Standing)
9333
4.5 Qigong Dao Yin (Sitting)
633
4.6Qigong Tai Chi Stick 123333
4.7 Qigong Five Animals 9333

Disciplines

In our current curriculum, we provide teaching of the following (but not limited to these only): 

Taijiquan (Tai Chi)

  • Yang Style Tai Chi: traditional 85-forms
  • Chen Style Tai Chi: traditional; 36-forms, 56-forms 
  • Standardised routines and competition forms such as: 40-forms (Yang Style); 8-forms; 16-forms;  24-forms Tai Chi; 42-forms Tai Chi

Competitive Wushu

  • Changquan: Elementary and International routines
  • Daoshu; Jianshu; Qianshu; Gunshu; 
  • Nanquan; Nangun; Nandao
  • Duan Wei Grading Routines 

Qigong

  • various forms – Shibashi I
  • Shibashi II
  • Yi Jin Jing
  • Ba Duan Jin
  • Wu Qin Xi
  • Liu Zi Jue
  • Dao Yin, etc.

Tai Chi Weapons

  • Yang Style Tai Chi Broadsword
  • Traditional Yang Style Straight Sword
  • 18-forms Tai Chi Fan
  • 36-forms Tai Chi Fan
  • Tai Chi Kung Fu Fan
  • Standardised routines and competition forms such as: 32- forms Tai Chi Sword; 42-forms Straight Sword 

Traditional Wushu

  • Baguazhang (Bagua);
  • Xing Yi
  • Liu He Ba Fa
  • Cane/Walking Stick
  • Seven-Star Sword
  • Shaolin Cudgel, Sword, Broadsword, etc.

Acupressure

using acupressure points to help alleviate:

  • neck and shoulder pain
  • lower back problems
  • knee problems