In terms of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) we are now heading into the Wood element and this changing of the season from winter to spring brings with it a renewing … Continue reading Spring and the Wood Element
Okay so let’s get the two most important and commonly asked questions out of the way first: What does it mean? How do you say it? You will see it … Continue reading Qigong
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 … Continue reading Guest blog from Julia Biggs… Acupuncturist and Tai Chi student!
After 6 weeks of training the beginners’ Tai Chi course drew to a close last week. It was great to work with a very enthusiastic group of students, all very … Continue reading Review of the recent Tai Chi course
As great as it would be, you don't have to whisk yourself away to the Wudang Mountains to experience the benefits of fitting in some daily meditation. It can be … Continue reading An easy meditation you can do almost anywhere…
The Main Types of Tai Chi (and the rare White Crane style) When looking for a Tai Chi class to attend a quick search online will return a whole host … Continue reading Different Tai Chi styles…
Thought I'd update the blog briefly as it's been a while. At WCA it's been a busy few weeks, lots of classes, personal training, organising courses and most importantly grading Kung … Continue reading Lots going on!