Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan
Tai Chi (Taiji-Quan) is food for the soul and spirit and an excellent means to achieving good health and long life. One translation is 'The Supreme Ultimate Way / Fist', which comes from the words Tai (Grand or Supreme) and Chi or ji (Ultimate). Tai Chi is also referred to as Shadow Boxing or Moving Meditation. A recent Harvard Health Publication stated: "Tai Chi may well be called 'medication in motion' because of all the myriad health issues it can prevent or even treat." There are five main traditional styles of Tai Chi. These are Chen, Yang, Wu, Wujianquan, and Sun. According to history the Yang style derived from Chen style. Sīfu Glen Keith is a 7th generation disciple of 6th generation Tai Chi Master Philip Kwong of Hong Kong since 1995. Sīfu Keith's classes initially focus on Yang 24 Movement Form, Meditation and Qi-Gong Exercises, Push-Hand Movements and then progress to Traditional Yang 108 Movement Form and Tai Chi Sword. The key focus of learning is the pursuit of physical, mental and spiritual health and well-being. Tai Chi is suited to men, women, boys and girls.