Sussex Tai Chi is run by Sam Moor; with over 25 years of teaching and training experience Sam is passionate about sharing the skills, benefits and deep enjoyment that come from proper Internal Martial Arts training.  

About Sam – I started serious training when I was 16 years old brutalising myself via traditional methods of fitness: Boxing/Kick-Boxing, running, weight training, swimming and calisthenics. Since I discovered Tai Chi and Internal Martial Arts at the age of 20, my understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of the human body and mind, and how they can be trained with optimal effect, has evolved drastically.

Over the last 25 years I have trained extensively in Taijiquan, Yiquan, Neigong, Qigong and Meditation in China, Europe and UK. I am instructor certified by the Chinese Internal Arts Association, the Chen Xiao Wang World Taijiquan Association and am an associate instructor for the Chen Bing Taiji Academy. I have Ba(hons) in Philosophy and diplomas in bodywork, anatomy and physiology. Aside from teaching, I love training and meditation. I also like spending time immersed in nature, fishing, cooking, walking, hanging out with Antonia, family and friends, playing guitar with the boys in the band Black Gamma and rescuing worms stuck on pavements…

Amidst the wide sea of confused, modern fitness fads and watered down Eastern traditions, Sam provides  authentic, well-rounded guidance in body-mind development via Internal Martial Arts. Over the years he has written for a wide variety of publications on the subject and lectures at a number of Universities and businesses: The Internal Athlete. The key skills you can learn with Sam are body development & body skill, internal power cultivation, martial skills, weapons training, mental development and meditation.

Contact Sam: info@sussextaichi.co.uk