Things are getting very busy here so it’s difficult to fit in my Tai Chi training during the day.
When I’m working in my home office I can regulate my 3 sessions of training throughout the day but out on the road I have to find the time to practice my Tai Chi.
I may have Chair Chi sessions for aged care centres or wellbeing programs for primary, secondary students or major assignments in facilitation and training which I run with Sue James my business partner in BJ Seminars International; sometimes it involves interstate and the occassional trip overseas.
The other day, after morning and afternoon Chair Chi sessions at aged care centres I dropped into the local park to do my Tai Chi and Chi Kung training. Last week, on the way back from another Chair Chi session I popped into Coffee Club in Knox and had a cuppa. The air conditioning was a welcome relief from the heat outside and in between sips of coffee I grabbed my Tai Chi book and notepad to do some research.
A while ago, I was shopping at the Knox Shopping Centre and as I was walking past several shops amongst a crowd of people, I focused on abdominal breathing, made sure all the key points of the soles of my feet made contact with the floor and my huiyin and bai hui were aligned.
Sometimes I just have do my Tai Chi on the run to keep up with my training schedule.