Coming up is the next Push Hands in the Park session this Sunday. All welcome.
Archives for March 2015
“In Taiji the root comes becomes we cultivate mental sinking. You always send awareness into the ground through the feet then you should have the root we develop in Taiji”.
Wee Kee Jin
As we started our Chair Chi session, she looked at me fiercely and muttered to the resident next to her ‘this is rubbish, I’m not doing it’.
I ignored her comment and continued on with the session using my peripheral vision to occasionally check on her demeanor.
For most of the session it didn’t change, she just […]
In my previous post I mentioned an extreme form of interruption while running an aged care Chair Chi session recently.
Here are some mild extreme yang interruptions I’ve had since runnning Chair Chi sessions for low care and high care residents at aged care centres. Thankfully, the interruptions have been in the minority of the 350+ […]
I run regular Chair Chi sessions for various aged care centres and the other day I had an ‘extreme chair chi’ experience.
The residents were seated in a circle as I walked into the room. I sat down and welcomed them to our Chair Chi session with the usual banter.
Then it started.
An industrial vacuum cleaner nearby […]