This week I’m running a special one hour presentation for fifty grade five students at a primary school. It’s part of the Pozitive Kidz are happy kidz program I run, and in this session the emphasis will be on leadership, self esteem and confidence. All the skills I teach are based on Tai Chi. I […]
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In my Sports Chi program one of the areas we cover is to look at the practical meaning of various Chinese proverbs and/or quotes that can help athletes improve their performance. One of my favourite quotes is ‘invest in loss’, which is thought provoking because it makes you think on a different level when it […]
One of the residents at a recent Chair Chi session sat away from the group watching us. After a little while he started to copy our movements which was pleasing. Eventually he got up, grabbed his chair and joined the group. Towards the end of the session he left and I wondered where he had […]
Yes, three treasures that are very important.
Practicing in front of a mirror is a great way of monitoring the skill you are practicing. It allows you to see if you are performing a technique or movement correctly. Practice standing in different positions – stand front-on as well as sideways – so you can see different angles. I still use this mirror […]