Contact Us

Courses & 1:1 Training with Paul Cavel
The Tai Chi Space @LSC
1 & 2 Leeds Place
Tollington Park
Islington
London N4 3RF

Email us or use the webform below to send a private message.

England
+44 (0)7411 418 018
Spain
+34 648 75 04 12
Germany – Dr. Michael Mettner, contact/German-English speaking
+49 7142 9668902

10-15-minute walk from:
Finsbury Park Underground and Railway Stations

  • Head north on Station Place – 154 ft
  • Left onto Stroud Green Road – 0.3 mi
  • Left onto Tollington Park – 0.2 mi
  • Right onto Leeds Place – 137 ft

Crouch Hill Overground Station

  • Head south on Crouch Hill toward Mt View Rd – 0.4 mi
  • Right onto Hanley Rd – 446 ft
  • Left onto Evershot Rd – 0.2 mi
  • Right onto Tollington Park – 410 ft
  • Turn right onto Leeds Pl – 36 ft

Nearby Bus Routes: W3, 210 or W7 to Tollington Park

Courses in Spain & Germany

For training locations outside of London, click on the links below:

Tao Meditation Arts London is trading as and Paul Cavel’s courses are hosted by
Internal Energy Arts Limited, Registered Company No. 7066676

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  1. I have just registered for your 5 keys course and I am wondering how I will receive your 20 page report on dao training etc.
    In anticipation,
    Noel.

    • Hi Noel, Please check your email as it was sent to you today! Let us know if you need any further assistance. Warmly, Paul’s Team

  2. I’ve just started your 5 keys online course and have signed up for Bruce’s meditation circle and I’m wondering what suggestions you have for a cohesive practice that would combine both of them.
    I live near Chicago and want to start studying tai chi chuan with a local instructor that is certified by Energy Arts so I’m working turning this practice into actual martial arts

    • The material in the Meditation Circle is meant to help you increase awareness and anchor the mind in the body, whereas the Five Keys exercises are designed to promote health and healing. The combination of the two is an excellent method for initiating the various streams within the Taoist arts. As far as your local tai chi class, try to take as much as you can from these two programmes and implement it into your practice. With three areas of focus, you will juggle quite a lot of material and you may find that it becomes too much or that one or two streams get put on the back burner. Don’t panic! Train the material at your own pace and let your practice grow and develop.

  3. Hi, my name is Marcos Lopez and I had a question about the single palm change. I heard Bruce Frantiz say that originally all the taoist monks practiced was the single palm change. I was wondering what you would recommend if I wanted to practice in the old ways with just the single palm change. I have found circle walking improves my health greatly and increase my chi manifold. Any help in this would be greatly appreciated.

    • Hi Marcos, Thanks for your message. Paul teaches a regular Circle Walking & the Single Palm Change (SPC) programme on select Mondays in Islington, London, see http://www.paulcavel.com/tai-chi-space-islington/bagua/. He also occasionally offers retreats in Andalusia, Spain, as well as private tuition in London, Germany and Spain. Due to the nature, depth and intricacies involved with learning and training the art of bagua, he feels strongly that live instruction is the only way to learn the SPC. So if you don’t see him, he recommends seeing the most qualified teacher you can find and researching the background of their system as many teach fusion methods and most teach bagua zhang (rather than the monastic tradition). We hope this helps and best of luck to you!

  4. Hello Paul, My name is Roshan and I am 53 years old and have done some tai chi in the pass but now i am seriously looking to get back into practicing since my blood pressure goes up when i do not take medication which is concidered to be low dosage by my doctor. I recently purchase the Bagua Mastery Course and your 5 keys online course and i am thinking of getting the Opening Energy Course. I find these courses very interesting and would like your advice on how to go about incorperating these practices into a schedule – how much time should i spend doing these, which should i do first, etc. Also what is your tought about doing regular calisthenics like pushup and squats, etc.
    I greatly appreciate your response.

    Warm regards,
    Roshan

    • Thanks for your note, Roshan. Paul provides a suggested training schedule in his 5 Keys programme, which you can download from the menu on the right-hand side of the page once you log in to your account. As to what to train and for how long, that is highly individual. He can’t really advise you without seeing you and how you’re practising as there are many factors that come into play. He says the main concern should be the quality of practice rather than how much any given person trains. Best fo luck to you.

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