Meditation, simple and effective…

The practice of meditation can often be an intimidating prospect for some people, often associated with sitting for long periods of time in a full lotus position keeping thoughts from entering the mind while trying to reach some Zen-like state of peace and enlightenment! When in reality, meditation is essentially a very simple practice, which … Continue reading Meditation, simple and effective…

So, why should I make martial arts part of my new year’s resolution?

As you pick up a leaflet, or see a poster or find us on Google, this may well be a (very valid) question that pops into your head! Martial arts are suitable for everyone I think one misconception is often that martial arts are only for a select few people who fit into a certain … Continue reading So, why should I make martial arts part of my new year’s resolution?

Battle rope training in the Horsham Kung Fu class…

An update from Horsham WCA Instructor Hamish McDermid... Battlerope training compliments our kung fu training nicely. Whilst it's light enough to train outside I've introduced the rope for some lessons at the Horsham class  You can't get a much more basic training aid than a rope but you'll be amazed at how many different exercises … Continue reading Battle rope training in the Horsham Kung Fu class…

Guest blog from Julia Biggs… Acupuncturist and Tai Chi student!

It has been a while since my last blog entry, it has been a very busy year so far teaching and working on other projects.... So here is a piece written by Julia Biggs, local acupuncturist and hard working Tai Chi student, very relevant for all those feeling aches and pains at the end of … Continue reading Guest blog from Julia Biggs… Acupuncturist and Tai Chi student!