One of the things I enjoy about teaching Tai Chi private lessons is the opportunity to create a specific program for a client. There’s no point in running a standard Tai Chi lesson for a private client; they can get that at any Tai Chi class which is much cheaper than the professional fee I […]
I recently ran two VCE: Success and Resilience workshops for Westall Secondary College students at their school camp in Neerim East. The camp is called Forest Edge and it’s about one and half hour drive from my place; through the back hills with long winding roads and lovely bush scenery. It rained all the way […]
I’m looking forward to my Pozitive Kidz are happy kidz workshops for a primary school next week. I’m running four workshops – two before and two after the morning break – for grade five and six students. I’ve been asked to reinforce the following themes; Motivation – Wellbeing – Learning.
Well, it’s that time of the year where I’m contacting secondary schools here in Melbourne about our Top Tens (Year 10) and VCE Success and Resilience workshops. It’s high energy stuff mixed in with Tai Chi meditation so it certainly makes me work. I sometimes feel like a duck paddling across a lake. On the […]
Tai Chi has two basic breathing methods – abdominal and reverse breathing. When I teach abdominal breathing in my various presentations and student Tai Chi workshops, I usually get someone who ends up doing the more advanced reverse breathing method instead. I don’t know why some people do this as the explanation and demonstration is […]