My Tai Chi journey began more years ago than I care to remember, but I do remember my first introduction to Tai Chi and Qigong. It was in a room full of people in the East Neuk of Fife, I stood at the back trying hard not to be noticed but within minutes of starting the class I was captivated, I knew that Tai Chi was in my body and in my soul.
I trained for three years with Master Jason Chan and I can offer no better explanation of Infinite Tai Chi than to quote Jason.
“In Infinite Tai Chi we do not just teach physical movement, we are teaching about Life Itself. You cannot sum up Infinite Tai Chi in just one or two sentences. Infinite Tai Chi can have very different meanings depending on individuals’ levels of personal and spiritual development. For some people, particularly beginners, it is simply a graceful, gentle form of physical exercise that they practise primarily for health reasons.
For others, it can become a very disciplined spiritual practice. It all depends on each individual’s level of unfoldment and insight, which usually deepens with practice. Infinite Tai Chi tends to grow on you, and as you practise it, you will also grow on all levels of your existence.” – Jason Chan