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Tai Chi For Energy

Chen with a hint of Sun


Fast and slow combined to recharge your energy and add a bit of fun.


Increase your balance and flexibility; improve your mood; reduce anxiety and stress...With a touch of fun added!

Developed by Dr Paul Lam, Tai Chi For Health Institute. This combo style aptly named Tai Chi for Energy packs a mood-boosting punch.


Chen style: Low stance, powerful complex movements


Sun style: Taller stance, agile steps, gentle flowing movements with elements of qigong


Chen and Sun combine creates Tai Chi for Energy a program designed as the ultimate stress buster!

 With regular practice and in a relatively short period of time, this program will improve your health and wellness, internal energy, and ability to manage stress.

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Dr Paul Lam has used his years of experience, we are talking 30+years here, to develop Tai Chi programs that help everyday people, just like you and me.

No age limit, no physical limits.

Tai Chi for everyone

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Chen Style

Oldest of the styles

The style that started it all. More martial arts based

Movements are a mixture of fast and slow. Emphasis is on using internal power and spiral force, (chan ssu jin). Uses a lower stance and pretty demanding physically at times. Kicking and punching is its jam.

This style appeals to younger and physically stronger participants.

Sun Style 

The youngest of the styles. Pronounced "Soon".

Uses a higher stance and a lot less kicking and punching.

Made up of safe slow gentle fluid movements with a massive qigong influence which makes this style easy to learn at any age and fitness level.

Adaptable to you and your own comfort level.




Tai Chi for Energy what with the combination of Chen and Sun styles make this set a massive health booster both physically and definitely mentally.

Some very cool benefits as follows:

 Build strength

Release tension

Improve balance

Reduce stress

Cultivate a sense of calmness

Become a ninja

No equipment needed. No expensive gym gear required, just comfy clothes.

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