Prearranged sequences of moves, called 'Forms' are one of the core parts of Tai Chi. This is an introduction to our second form.
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Author / Instructor - Robert Agar-Hutton
The founder and chief instructor of the Agar-Hutton Martial Arts Academy is Robert Agar-Hutton. Robert is a Tai Chi instructor acknowledged by the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain with the rank of a Senior Level instructor (the highest of their four instructor grades). He is an expert martial artist (with qualifications in Karate as well as Tai Chi) who started training in 1971 and began teaching around 1993.
He holds a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Martial Arts and Sports Psychology from the University of Derby (Buxton Campus) which he earned after three years of full time study at University, as a mature student, between 2007 and 2010. This degree makes him one of only a handful of people (and probably the only Tai Chi instructor) with both practical experience and formal academic knowledge of martial arts in the UK.
Robert is regularly asked to teach Tai Chi and Self Defence at seminars in the UK, USA and Malaysia.