January is, of course, the time of year when many of us start thinking of putting new plans into action for the year ahead.However, everyone knows that the best intentions are often being put to one side by February or March. So here are a few ideas on how to keep up those resolutions and … Continue reading 5 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution
The evolution and growth of WCA continues and now 2014 is upon us, there are a few new and exciting additions to the timetable and calendar of events. We'll now be teaching an early morning Tai Chi class, for all those early birds who like to get their training done first thing. It will be … Continue reading What is new for 2014?
Hope everyone reading has had a great Christmas. Now as attention turns to working off all the food and drink over the festive period, here's a timely reminder of the timetable as of January 2014! Tuesday mornings: Haywards Heath - Tai Chi 0630 - 0715 (new class starts 7th Jan) Tuesday evenings: Horsham - Kung … Continue reading Update 27th December…
“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” ― Albert Einstein One of the main barricades for new students starting a class is that they are worried they may make lots of mistakes in front of other people. It’s a valid concern but what is often not taken into consideration is that … Continue reading Learning from your mistakes…
Thanks to everyone who came out for the Christmas meal in Haywards Heath on Sunday! Just a quick reminder that the lessons this Thursday (19th) will be the last before we take a break for Christmas and New Year. We will be starting 2014 with a bang though and lessons resume from Thursday 2nd January … Continue reading Update 17th December
Directions for Sunday can be found here... http://www.china-brasserie.co.uk/about.html See you there! Mark.
We'll be starting 2014 with a new class addition to the weekly timetable in Haywards Heath. Early morning Tai Chi. 0630-0715 - Tuesday mornings. There is something magical about starting the day with Tai Chi practice. You gently energise yourself and prepare yourself for the day ahead. When most people think of Tai Chi, it … Continue reading New Tai Chi Class
Cross training is an oft-mentioned term in the health, fitness and martial arts world and not without good reason. It is a great way to vary your training, keeping it interesting, helping you remain injury free or rehabilitate existing injuries. It allows you to develop skills and experience in other areas of training, while improving … Continue reading Benefits of Martial Arts Training