You always work at your own level, the lessons only move at the pace of the people in the class. The success is in the system, just become quietly committed, turn up and practice - that's it.
Beginners Tai Chi Courses
If you have thought about starting to learn Tai Chi then there are two approaches to get started.
The first way is to join a 12 week beginners course at one of the classes in Kent and East Sussex.
To do this send a message using the contact sheet and Brian will let you know when the next start session begins. The 12 week beginners class costs £98, you can sign up and pay by clicking on the product button at the bottom of the appropriate classes page.
The second way is to start with some private lessons and then progress to a regular class.
Starting something new is easy to do but staying with it through the difficult patches can be very challenging. Group classes are not the best approach for everyone, many people find learning Tai Chi both rewarding and frustrating, this is a common theme when starting to learn anything new, such a playing the guitar or learning a language, and starting practicing with more experienced students can seem overwhelming.
A good way to start is with a few private lessons. The first lesson is 1 ¼ hours long and includes an assessment and advice on which types of movement work would be best suited. The private lessons are £35.00 for one to one classes, £20.00 each for two students or £15.00 each for 3 students. Either sign up using the private class button on the appropriate class page, or send me a message on the contact page to enquire about a private lesson in your location.
"Brian has a very thorough yet gentle method of teaching ensuring that the basics are right to give a strong foundation to the movements." Clare F.
"I like Brian's detailed methodical approach, he really goes right into the heart of the movements to a depth that awakens areas you hardly knew existed. This serious undertaking of the work is coupled with a light-hearted attitude which makes everyone feel valued regardless of their aptitude. There is no competitiveness or one-upmanship. Long may he continue." Toby M.
"Brian is very patient, non-judgemental as well as using humour to good effect. We have hugely benefited from his classes." Will F.