The College’s intention is to offer a high standard of teaching that allows students to learn through their own discovery. The course is taught in a reflective way that acknowledges the deep intelligence within each of us.
The course was set up in 1999 for people wanting to become Chi Kung practitioners and/or teachers in the field, the training offers a learning programme that can be undertaken by individuals leading to either a practitioner diploma or a teaching diploma.
is Co-Founder, Director & Principle Tutor of the College of Chi Kung. He is a professional Shiatsu Practitioner, specialising in sports injuries, and Craniosacral Therapist. He teaches Tai Chi and Chi Kung in the UK and Europe. He has studied Chi Kung with a variety of teachers. He has a background in martial arts. He enjoys a light approach to the work. Thalbert's main aim is to try and demystify the work making the basic technology more accessible.
lives and works in London as a Shiatsu Practitioner, Traditonal Thai and Holistic masseur and Craniosacral Therapist, working with both adults and babies. He has studied Aikido and Indonesian Silat as well as Chi Kung for many years. His time is now divided between teaching Chi Kung and clinical practice as well as being a Principle Tutor for the College of Elemental Chi Kung.
is a Chartered Physiotherapist and craniosacral therapist specialising in sports injuries and the treatment of children. Her love of sport and nature led her to the French Alps where she established a specialised sports clinic in 1990. She is organising a series of Chi Kung courses for skiers. She now lives in Italy where her clinic “Ilrespirodellavita” “ the Breath of Life” specialises in helping people reconnect to health, nature and their intuition during all of life’s transitions. She teaches regular Chi Kung classes in Italy and runs workshops around women’s health.