Coming up this Sunday is the third free Push Hands session organised by Phil, from Changeskill Tai Chi. I missed last month’s session but hope to be there this Sunday. Details Sunday July 29 10.00 am-12 noon Fawkner Park – South Yarra (Armadale Road entrance) Friendly, non-competitive push hands (tui shou) […]
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While practicing my Chair Chi exercises this morning I focused on the theme of grounding. Grounding is the ability to stabilise yourself by allowing the Chi to flow through your legs and deeply into the ground. It’s similar to a tree stabilised by its deep and spreading roots.
Footwork: Practice your 45, 90, 180 and 360 degree turns (left & right) on a regular basis.
Tai Chi does not mean oriental wisdom or something exotic. It is the wisdom of your own senses, your own mind and body together as one process. Chungliang Al Huang
I was in contact with a student wellbeing teacher at a secondary school recently regarding our conneXions (Y9), Top Tens (Y10), and Success and Resilience (VCE) workshops. We discussed the possibility of running workshops with all her Year 10 students. She wanted to know if I could run a workshop with a large number of […]