Sussex Tai Chi is run by Sam Moor. Sam has been training and teaching for some time; he began his tutelage in martial arts as a teenager and ventured into Tai Chi and the internal arts at the age of 20. Now in his mid-40s, he is passionate about sharing the vast benefits that come from good mind-body training; it is often difficult to find down-to-earth, sustainable and well-rounded guidance – this is what Sam aims to provide his students.

Sam has trained extensively in UK, Europe and China. Over the years he has put in a great amount of time and effort into his own personal practise and developing his teaching skills. He is instructor certified by the Chinese Internal Arts Association, the Chen Xiao Wang World Taijiquan Association, is an associate instructor for the Chen Bing Taiji Academy and an advanced instructor member of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain. He also has a degree in Philosophy & History and diplomas in Bodywork & Physiology

Over the years Sam has written for a wide variety of publications on the subjects of Tai Chi and internal arts. You can see some of his work here: The Internal Athlete When he is not teaching or training Sam can usually be found enjoying time with his partner Antonia (antoniastringer.com) and their family.

It is Sam’s aim to help more people discover the benefits, enjoyment and liberation that proper internal arts training can offer – but without all the usual dogma and doctrine: info@sussextaichi.co.uk