Paul Bromley practicing tai chi in the Edmonton river valley

Paul Bromley discovered Tai Chi at age 21, in 1993. Suffering from acute tendonitis while studying guitar, he tried various conventional methods to manage his symptoms with little success do to the isolative nature of the exercises prescribed. After his first Tai Chi class, he became an instant enthusiast. The symptoms of tendonitis resolved within a few months and have remained in remission ever since.

In his career as an Occupational Therapist, he uses Internal Arts to help people understand their bodies, relax their minds, and cultivate their spirits.

Paul completed the Medical Acupuncture Program in 2013 in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alberta with Dr. Steven Aung, and is registered to practice acupuncture in his work as an Occupational Therapist. He integrates his understanding of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medical theory while constantly striving to deepen his understanding of the Internal Arts.

“I offer my eternal gratitude to all those who have come before me in developing and teaching these remarkable systems. I strive to preserve their integrity, and consider it a great privilege to pass on the incredible health benefits of these practices to all who wish to learn.”

Paul has studied all of the forms taught by Moy Lin Shin including Tai Chi, Lok Hup Ba Fa, Sword, Sabre, and Xing Yi Quan.

He has studied Qi Gong with Dr Steven Aung, Eva Wong, Mrs. Kwan Siu Lan,  William Aarvo Tucker, and Mark Rasmus.

He has also studied Gao Style Bagua Zhang, Chen style Tai Chi, and Hebei Xing Yi with William Aarvo Tucker. He studied the health practices of Yiquan with the late Francis HT Chan, founder of the Canadian Yiquan society.

Paul continues to study, compare and contrast Internal Arts with teachers around the globe.


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