Instructors at the Archway Academy

Our Instructors

  • Have been registered and certified by the International Wu style Federation;
  • have been trained by the Red Cross in First Aid;
  • Are insured with Lloyds of London through Insure4sport ;
  • Instructors registered as A Grade with the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain are marked *.
  • Instructors with an enhanced CRB (DBS) check are marked ®.

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Current Instructors

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Chief Instructor - *® Don Spargo

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Instructor - Susie Collins ®

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Instructor - Dave Mighall ®

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Instructor - Gillian Goodchild ®

Instructor - Kieran Gibb

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Instructor - Chris Curtis



Former Instructors

Steve Wright® has retired and no longer teaches at the Academy

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Roy Constantine® has retired and no longer teaches at the Academy

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Neville Cote® now runs the Brixton Training Centre.

Richard Docksey is currently living and working in Singapore and training at the Singapore Academy

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Zorica

Zorica Rajic is not teaching at present

Eike Sindlinger

Eike Sindlinger® trains at the Academy, but is not teaching at present.

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Peter Carey

Peter Carey is currently living and working in Beijing.

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Warren Gavin

Warren Gavin is now living and working in Brussels.

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John Wilsher no longer teaches at the Academy

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Jae Willis

Jae Willis used to give workshops on various types of competition push hands.


Guest Instructors
Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu

Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu is 5th Generation Gatekeeper of the Wu's style of Tai Chi Chuan.

His tuition at his regular Archway workshops is always inspirational and full of content.

Peter Gravett is a medical practitioner (Haematologist), now retired, who used acupuncture and traditional Chinese Medicine in his medical practise.

He gives the occasional special class in Medical QiGong to senior members of the Academy

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Eileen

Eileen Ford-Price gave a workshop in 2009 entitled "Adjusting your Tai Chi for age and illness".

Eileen and her husband Tim run the Cotswold'sWu's style training centre.

Mark Langweiler

Mark Langweiler runs workshops on Chin Na at the Academy and keeps us abreast of the latest scientific research on Tai Chi

Lo Yu Bin from the Singapore Academy taught Spear Form at the Archway Academy



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