Well, it’s been a very busy year and I’ve done some number crunching regarding the Chair Chi workshops I delivered for 2014. Here’s the breakdown: 279 for aged care centres 3 for school teachers That’s an average of about 5 workshops per week for 14 regular clients. Also I’ve run Chair Chi Training workshops in […]
Archives for 2014
I had a very interesting conversation with a resident at an aged care centre during my Chair Chi workshop recently. He said the 3 key Tai Chi techinques I teach helps him with his Parkinson’s disease. As I told him and others in the group, what I teach doesn’t cure but it helps. And he […]
It’s been awhile since I’ve attended the Push Hands in Park session and I’m looking forward to going this Sunday. I’ve been extremely busy with the business and there was an overseas trip too that left no time to attend the monthly Push Hands session. I always enjoy going because I learn from experienced and […]
I’m looking forward to next Monday’s Aged Care Chair Chi Training Level One workshop. We’ve almost to capacity but there is still room for anyone who would like to register – you’ll need to do it now as we’ll be closing off bookings very soon. So far we’ve run this workshop in Melbourne, Adelaide and […]
When I’m inbetween Chair Chi workshops I usually go to the Tim Neville Arboretum in Boronia, Melbourne, Australia to practice ChiKung and/or Tai Chi. The seat in this picture is where I practiced my Chi Kung set and the view was ideal for circulating the Chi.