It’s taken me over 25 years but I finally achieved my goal of practising Tai Chi in China. Sue and I just came back from a business trip to Qingdao where we ran a three day workshop on Appreciative Inquiry for an international school. Part of the workshop included my Tai Chi energisers and I […]
Lately it has been too wet to practice my Tai Chi weapons’ forms so I’ve had to practice in my living room. I use my wooden sabre and sword for safety reasons but my eight foot spear can be a problem. Especially near a television set or over hanging lights not to mention the walls. […]
I’ve just started to relearn another Wu style spear form and have found the count method makes it easier to remember the moves. It’s a technique I teach beginners during my Tai Chi classes, private lessons and presentations. All it involves is counting out aloud each movement of a posture. The number of counts depends […]
Beginners: Practice daily so you’ll remember your form for the next Tai Chi lesson.
I’m constantly reviewing my training schedule and today I decided to get back into practicing Square Tai Chi in my form’s session. For those not familiar with the term it’s a stop and start method of practicing Tai Chi, particularly suitable for beginners. Here’s a previous post of mine explaining it in more detail Square […]