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also On this site:
for guides for learning the Yang Form please
see the Tai Chi Netguide and the Tai Chi Syllabus

For Tuition in Southampton with Gary,
see tai chi tuition.

For lists of potential instructors (non-affiliated)
see other teacher/clubs lists

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By necessity, just like in all the other arts, the primary method of learning Tai Chi involves much repetition. It is best taught by visual/physical demonstration and in turn learnt at first by imitation and later mastered through repetition. Personal, self-motivated, disciplined, regular practice i.e. repetition, repetition and more repetition!!!

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