We use Integrated Medicine in our treatments and therapies, combining Western Scientific Theory and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Each therapy is specifically tailored to the needs of the patient.
The Wu Shi Taiji and Qigong association Studio is on the ground floor, blew the clinic. This is where we teach Tai Chi and Qi Gong to supplement treatments as a complete system for health maintenance and stress management. Tai Chi classes can easily be adapted to suit elderly patients or students with special needs and learning difficulties. The martial arts syllabus is Wu Shi Taiji Quan and includes the traditional weapon forms and the fast form (Kwai Quan).
Tai Chi Group Classes , Qigong seminars and wellbeing sessions from Blackstock road studio- Wu Shi Taiji & Qigong association: please follow the link below
for more information on classes provided by the Wu Shi Taiji & Qigong Association please see http://Www.wustyle.uk.com
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Deep Tissue Bodywork
- Sport and Injury Recovery Massage
- Tui Na Massage
- Postural Correction
- Tai Chi walking
- Big Slow Form
- Push Hands & Self Defence
- Short Form
- Seven Stars Jian Sword Form
- Heaven & Earth Jian Sword Form
- Dao Form
- Spear Form
- Personal Training & Group Classes
- Breathing Techniques
- Stress Management
- Personal Training & Seminars
Awais Mian BSc (Hons)
Awais has a Bsc in Biological chemistry and cell biology, and traditional Chinese medicine; moxibustion and acupuncture. He specialises holistic and Integrated Medicine. From 2010-2017 he was a Senior Lecturer at London Southbank University, and the Confucious Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine on the Integrated Acupuncture Masters course. Here he was the Biomedical lead on the acupuncture course, responsible for teaching all aspects of the course. Awais has also worked for St Joseph’s hospice in hackney, where he has supported the Complimentary therapies team and delivered tai chi and qigong classes to vulnerable service users. Awais has led on development and delivery of a RCT trial; using Tai Chi to patients with Cystic Fibrosis. Awais is currently involved in the future development of trails building the evidence for using tai chi in the community. Awais has had the pleasure of being a student of some of the worlds leading practioners and teacher of both tai chi and qigong, as well as traditional Chinese medicine. Awais is a qualified in first aid, and is a member of the British acupuncture council, is a fellow at the academy of higher education, and registered with the British council for Chinese martial arts. Awais is the vice chairman of the Wu Shi Taiji & Qigong association.
Faisal Ahmed Mian
Wu Shi Taiji Quan and Qi Gong Secretary, Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer. Trained in stage and screen combat. Fully qualified as fitness and gym instructor. Several years experience with Primary, Secondary school and youth club services. Also provides specialised care to community centres & residential care homes.
The brothers are both 6th generation apprentices of Wu Shi Tai Ji Quan and Qi Gong. Trained in multiple therapeutic techniques and essential self defence methods, they use a syllabus that has been handed down from teacher to student for centuries. They teach group classes and personal training sessions and offer home visits as well as seminars and demonstrations.
5th generation of Wu Style Taiji Quan and Qi Gong. Founder of the Wu Shi Tai Ji Quan & Qi Gong Association United Kingdom. Michael studied with Master Li Li-Qun of Shanghai. He serves as guide, mentor and friend for Awais and Faisal. Michael is currently working on his second book on Dynamic, Therapeutic and Meditational Qi Gong.