About Jayne Storey


Jayne began her Tai Chi journey in 1987, studying at the International Tai Chi Chuan Association in London, with Master Chu King Hung, disciple of Yang Sau Chung.

She went on to study with the Hine Institute in Kent, developing her understanding of the soft-style martial art of Tai Chi as well as her interest in Chi Kung (breathing exercises) and Ch’an (Chinese Zen) Meditation.

In 2008 she began training with Kevin Bryant and Surrey Tai Chi Club to provide authentic Yang (Yeung) -family Tai Chi under the direction of Yeung Ma Lee, the grand-daughter of the famous Tai Chi grand-master Yang Cheng Fu.

She offers 1-1 training for students at a private dojo on the Berks / Hants border.

Over the last 30 years, Jayne has continued her daily practice and teaching of the Eastern arts, from which she has created an innovative training method to help sports-people and performing artists deliver fluid motion in pressure situations. 

Her experience is backed up with 17 years independent research and development of her unique Chi-Motion methodology which is now trusted and proven to help reduce mental interference, control anxiety, strengthen the mind~body connection and access ‘the zone’ of relaxed concentration conducive to elite performance in competitions, tournments and other high-pressure situations. 

Jayne created the world’s first Tai Chi-based golf performance method (originally called Chi-Power GOLF) to be officially recognised by the golf industry.

Since 2006, Chi-Motion GOLF has been incorporated into the Professional Golfers’ Association CPD programme, being one of a number of innovative methods that currently forms part of the PGA’s Member Education Programme. If you are a PGA professional and would like to find out more about Jayne’s courses, please contact Nikki Roden nikki.roden@pga.org.uk for further details.

The method has also been endorsed by Peter Hudson, President of the World Golf Teachers’ Federation (GB&I) who commented:

Every now and then someone comes along that makes a difference, seeing things from a fresh perspective, adding new meaning, achieving creativity out of knowledge while bringing inspirational new material to a well-known field. Jayne Storey is such a figurehead. The golfer now has an opportunity for change and improvement in a unique way that also manages the whole person rather than any individual part. I highly recommend you take any and every opportunity to work with Jayne using any of her programmes”.

Jayne is a long-term member (and former Executive Committee Member) of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain

She has worked in the corporate world for almost two decades, providing talks, workshops, retreats and master-classes on Tai Chi to enhance performance and well-being. 

To contact Jayne, please send a message or ring UK mobile +44 (0) 7986 447 250 

About Jayne Storey’s Chi-Motion Method 

Jayne’s Chi-Motion methodology brings sports-people and performing artists the experience of spontaneous excellence, resulting in effortless motion, such as the perfect golf shot or the unreturnable backhand pass in tennis.

It is achieved through ancient movement principles and deep practice techniques such as attention training, breathing exercises, applied mindfulness, postural training, awareness, slow motion drills, visualization and more, to help strengthen the mind~body connection, especially when the pressure is on.

The latest research in both neuroscience and sport-science confirms the benefits of Jayne’s unique approach for achieving ‘the zone’ or flow-state of relaxed concentration, necessary for superior performance in competitions and tournaments.

Jayne was a feature writer for Golf International magazine from 2008 -2014. The editors have now created a new magazine entitled Atlantic Golf, for which Jayne contributes an article each issue. Read Jayne’s piece ‘Attention! Focus Only on the Positives‘ in the digital version of the launch issue (pp 20-21).

To watch Jayne’s free video series ‘The Missing Link in Golf’s Mental Game’ please scroll down the page to view Parts 1,2 & 3.