Links

*Experienced qualified instructors will be affiliated to a Governing Body or union such as the “British Council for Chinese Martial Arts” (BCCMA) and/or the “Tai Chi Union of Great Britain” (TCUGB):

British Council for Chinese Martial Arts:

The British Council for Chinese Martial Arts (BCCMA) working title ‘the Council’ would like to extend a warm welcome to all Clubs, Associations of Clubs, or Federations of Associations of Clubs, practising the Chinese Martial Arts in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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The Tai Chi Union for Great Britain:

The Tai Chi Union for Great Britain (TCUGB) was founded in 1991 with the aim of representing every recognised style of Tai Chi Chuan, to improve and promote the art in all its aspects, health, aesthetic meditation and self defence and to provide a source of information on classes etc. for the general public.

http://www.taichiunion.com/

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TAI CHI LINKS:

Other ‘Bao’s Lung Fei Tai Chi’ teachers in Somerset and Dorset:

Anne Grossett-Reid – currently for information only
Mobile: 07875 441694
email: annedoran62@gmail.com

Bev Fernandes – Somerset, Taunton region
Mobile: 07880 555984
email: bev.taichi1@btinternet.com

Monica Murphy – Somerset, Crewkerne region
Tel: 01460 74193
email: blftcsomerset@icloud.com

Angela Froud – Dorset, Shaftesbury region
Tel: 07712 638074
email: angelafroud@hotmail.com

Teruko Chagrin – Dorset, Motcombe village region
Tel: 07804 425429
email: tchagrin@gmail.com

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Longfei Taijiquan Association of Great Britain:

Richard Watson – Honorary Chairman and Founder of The Longfei Taijiquan Association of Great Britain

Simon Watson – Chairman

*Mrs Men X. Bao, our club founder of “Bao’s Lung Fei Tai Chi”, & Richard Watson, founder of “Longfei Taijiquan Association GB”, were both asked by Master Li Tianji to promote tai chi in Breat Britain. Li Tianji nickname Longfei (meaning flying dragon) – so both clubs have the same “Tai Chi Family Tree” – (Longfei with an ‘o’ rather than an ‘u’ is the correct translation spelling for ‘flying dragon’ so someone in the past unfortunately translated wrongly for Mrs Men Bao!)

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Deyin Taijiquan Institute (GB)

Chairman – Professor Li Deyin, Beijing P. R. China
Chief Instructors: Faye Li Yip & Tary Yip

http://www.deyin-taiji.com/

*Faye Li Yip is the daughter of Professor Li Deyin, who is the nephew of Master Li Tianji, nickname Longfei (meaning flying dragon) – so same “Tai Chi Family Tree”.

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Wuhun – Master Liu Yugui (CH)

http://www.wuhun.ch/whn2012/

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QIGONG LINKS:

Professor Hu Xiaofei – Daoyin Yangsheng Gong

Professor Hu Xiaofei, director of Beijing Sports University Daoyin Health Center. Professor Hu Xiaofei is the first graduate student of Zhang Guangde, the well-known Wushu and health preservation master, and has over 10-thousand students all over the world in more than 50 countries.

https://huxiaofeihealth.com

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English Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Association:

Welcome to the website of The English Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Association. The Association is a member of the International Federation of Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Associations, an organisation set up to promote the system of exercises devised by Professor Zhang Guangde

https://www.dyysg.co.uk/

*Erik and Sally Foxcroft

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OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST:

Bao’s Lung Fei Tai Chi facebook group

For YouTube video links to tai chi & qigong practiced in our club

https://www.facebook.com/groups/245820987200556

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Bao’s Lung Fei Tai Chi facebook page

For health articles and club classes, workshops & events

https://www.facebook.com/www.baoslungfeitaichi.co.uk/

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Confucius Institute – University of Wales Trinity saint David (UWTSD)

With Chinese events information

https://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/confucius-institute/events/

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A guide to tai chi – Live Well – NHS Choices

All you need to know about tai chi, including the health benefits of tai chi, different styles of tai chi and getting started in tai chi.

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/fitness/Pages/taichi.aspx

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Tai chi and multiple sclerosis

http://www.mstrust.org.uk/research/updates/articles/update140826.jsp

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Tai chi and depression

https://www.networks.nhs.uk/nhs-networks/tai-chi-chi-kung-for-rehabilitation/news/tai-chi-alleviates-depression/newsitem_popview

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Tai chi and lots of different ailments

http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-health-benefits-of-tai-chi

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