The sun was shining and we were off to Manchester for the Tai Chi annual day out. The tour was titled “Cottonopolis and the Arts” and we were in for a treat. We started at the Royal Exchange to hear the history of this impressive building which now houses a round theatre. The theatre seats […]
I am absolutely delighted to be hosting one of a number of events for this roadshow. The roadshow is the brainchild of Master Faye Yip, president of the BHQA, and will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the PR of China. The BHQA are working in collaboration with the CHQA and the IHQF. Participants in the […]
It has always been a question asked by my students about videos to help with home practise. Well after a year of preparation the first videos have now made it onto the website. Both students and anyone viewing the website will be able to request a login which will take them to the instructional videos. […]
There were plenty of pictures and photo opportunities during our Tai Chi celebration on 27th April. Here are a sample from our sessions together and from each of the workshops that were on offer.
On Saturday 27th April we celebrated the wonder of Tai Chi and Qigong with millions of people around the world. In 1999 Bill Douglas introduced the world to World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD) and every year at 10am local time hundreds of people and many events burst into action. So throughout the day […]
With effect from the 4th April, the Thursday evening class will be splitting in two. Previously it was one session lasting one and half hours. We will now be putting on two one hour classes. The first will be for beginners and the session will include warm ups, qigong and the Yang style 8 step […]
Due to work being carried out at the Festival Garden site, there will be no classes on a Tuesday morning for the next three weeks. The site will re-open on Saturday 16th February and on this day we have one of our free Saturday sessions starting at 10am. If you would like to join this […]