Larry has been training for over forty five years in the internal martial arts. He has trained in South Africa, Holland, Japan and New Zealand and is currently the head instructor for Taiji Sydney
"This training has lead me to a natural self confidence, a heightened state of awareness, deeper concentration, more self confidence and an understanding of the different methods of movement leading to an understanding of meditation."
" It is for students to experience the personal benefits of this training and draw their own conclusions."
Zoltan has been training for many years and has a keen interest in the philosophical,spiritual and energetic side of taiji as well as his perfection of the forms.
He is a keen sportsman (table tennis/squash/tennis), an avid motorbike rider, father of four and with an energetic sense of humour and love of the training.
He has also attended a Patrick Kelly seminar in Hungary.
My name is Anthony. I am 51, married and a father of 3. I am a physiotherapist, working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and physiotherapy student education in the public health system. I am a liturgical musician (keyboard, guitar, vocals, composition) and I am a martial artist. I have been involved in martial arts all my adult life both as a student and a teacher. I have mainly been involved in the external systems of Jujutsu, Kenjutsu and Kung Fu. 4 years ago I began internal martial arts training with Larry focusing my intention on short and long taiji forms, ba pu lien, quick fist, swords and fan, plus Master Huang's short and long taiji stick forms
Originally from France, he has been living in Sydney for over 30 years. His passion for teaching is inspired by his love of tai chi. Olivier moved from yoga to tai chi and qigong in the late 2000s and has since studied with a number of teachers both in Australia and in France. A long-term meditator and a keen runner, he is particularly drawn to tai chi as a “moving meditation”.
He is a generous teacher with lots of experience and patience.
His focus is on the five loosening up exercises, qigong and Master Huang Sheng Shyan's tai chi short form, long form and quick fists.
Olivier is available to teach in the Coogee Area most mornings.
James hails from England but currently keeps the Sydney Opera house's indoor audio and video equipment in check. He has studied wing chun for a number of years before discovering his love of tai chi particularly the taichi weapons which include swords, fan and sticks.
James is diligent in his own practice and provides accurate and detailed analysis of the moves concentrating his efforts on the short and long form.
He is a patient teacher while continuing to explore tai chi's depth, with greater attention to detail in his own training.