Tai Chi stance – tuck tailbone in slightly, lower back straight
Archives for June 2009
I was standing in the park. Waiting for him. I felt confident. After all, I had many years’ experience of push hands and had won several contests.
Then he appeared. He slowly walked across the park towards me. As he approached I immediately noticed the physical differences between us. He was 6 inches shorter and weighed […]
When learning a new skill focus on correct technique rather than speed and/or power. Otherwise your technique will suffer.
When stepping forward in Tai Chi, lead with your tail bone – helps avoid knee strain.
Adults can have a powerful effect on the behaviour of children. Every gesture, word or action sends a message to children.
This is something I am very aware of when I run our Pozitive Kidz are happy kidz workshops for primary school children.
Usually it takes me about 45-60 minutes to get to a school, driving in […]