Health Vitality Wellbeing

Weekly Classes in Qigong, Taiji Quan (Tai Chi), and Kung Fu

with Sifu Peter Andersen

The skill you choose depends on whether you are mostly interested in dynamic or more gentle exercise, in health or self-defence. If you are unsure you can always ask or come and try the different skills.

Qigong is a gentle, healing and health giving form of exercise that is suitable for all.

Taiji Quan (Tai Chi) is a powerful internal martial art that is also very good for health.

Wing Chun is a system of self-defence. Invented by a woman, and using technique, sensitivity and footwork. It is very good for dealing with a stronger opponent.

Chun Yuen Quan is a northern Shaolin Kung Fu skill that is excellent for health. It will improve posture, flexibility, strength and coordination. Suitable for all.



In Person and On-line classes

Tuesday WednesdayWednesdayFriday
Yr Hen Ysgol, Dinas Cross, SA42 0XB
6 pm – 7 pm Taiji Quan/ Chun Yuen Quan
7 pm – 8 pm Qigong
8 pm – 9 pm Wing Chun Kung Fu
Yr Hen Ysgol, St. Dogmaels Church Hall,
Shingrig, St Dogmaels, Cardigan SA43 3HT
6 pm – 7 pm Wing Chun Kung Fu
7 pm – 8 pm Taiji Quan (Tai Chi) / Chun Yuen Quan
8 pm – 9 pm Qigong
Online zoom classes
Qigong 5pm – 6pm
Online zoom classes
Taiji Quan 9am – 10am
Qigong 10am – 11am

Sifu Peter Andersen

Sifu Peter Andersen has been a student of Grandmaster Tse Wei Jing (Michael Tse) for nearly 25 years.


tai chi
Taiji Quan
wing chun
Wing Chun
shaolin kung fu
Shaolin Kung Fu

Visiting Great Grandmaster Ip Chun, Hong Kong 2008