Beginners: Practice daily so you’ll remember your form for the next Tai Chi lesson.
Archives for May 2012
I had a very enjoyable time at last Sunday’s Push Hands session held at Fawkner Park, South Yarra.
I managed to drag myself out of bed and do 30 minutes of Chi Kung to loosen up before driving to town which took about an hour. Memo to self – don’t drive down Toorak Road -too busy!
Come along to this free Push Hands session. I’ll be there, it should be fun.
Sunday May 20th
Fawkner Park – South Yarra (Armadale Road entrance)
Friendly, non-competitive push hands (tui shou) practice and play for anyone – old, young, beginners, masters.
Team up with someone and discuss what you’d like to do – and what you’d not […]
I’m constantly reviewing my training schedule and today I decided to get back into practicing Square Tai Chi in my form’s session.
For those not familiar with the term it’s a stop and start method of practicing Tai Chi, particularly suitable for beginners. Here’s a previous post of mine explaining it in more detail Square Tai […]
I’ve just got back from the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference held in Ghent, Belgium – and what a trip!
During the conference I ran short early morning Tai Chi sessions for attendees to energise them for the upcoming day. I had to get up at 5.00am, get ready and then catch the number nine bus at […]