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About Chen Tai Chi Chen style Tai Chi is an internal martial art, slowly moving the body in a relaxed yet powerful way, using coiling and spiralling movements to aid all round health and wellbeing. Chen style originated from Chen … Read More

Physical Symmetry
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Training Physical Health for Life I remember a training session a few years ago with Tina Chunna Zhang from Qigong for Women in NYC. She said that qigong practice is for ‘finding your weak spots’. To me, this means training … Read More

Tai Chi Qigong for Injury Recovery
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Using Tai Chi and Qigong to Recover from Injuries Over the last six weeks I’ve been recovering from a spine injury. It’s been a difficult journey, to suddenly become so restricted with movement of any kind was not like me. … Read More

World Tai Chi Qigong Day 2016
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It’s world tai chi and qigong day today, the first year in many that I have not held an event in my local community to celebrate the arts. So to all of my tai chi and qigong sisters and brothers … Read More

What makes Tai Chi an Amazing Exercise?
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Instructor John Blue has a great youtube channel, with a friendly and informal style of teaching. I like this video in particular for exploring what makes Tai Chi great. As John describes: “This video explores some of the aspects of … Read More

Dr Bergman Alternative Health
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One of my favourite youtube channels for alternative health is Dr Bergman’s videos. He is a corrective chiropractor from the USA who is a leading figure in alternative health.  There are hundreds of videos to watch that cover posture and … Read More

Peer Qigong Training April 2016
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Sharing peer Phoenix qigong training with Emma from Tai Chi For You I’m very proud of us both…. we both live with chronic health conditions, Emma has MS and I have EDS. Proving martial arts and qigong are a way … Read More

School Sabbatical
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As many of you know I live with Ehlers Danlos syndrome, an invisible condition affecting the body on a cellular level. It is degenerative and over the past while my health has been in decline. As of January 2016, I … Read More

Womens Course November 2015
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Earth Qigong for Women 7 Week Evening Course – November to December 2015 Mental Ease, Physical Balance & a Resilient Body Earth Qigong for women helps to fine-tune women’s health through powerful graceful movements. Build resilience and prepare your mind, … Read More

Who I Teach
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I talk to a number of prospective Tai Chi and Qigong students each week, finding out what their reason is for joining a class and what they are looking for in their training.  Students come to my private and public … Read More

Stress Buster Workshop 2015
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Calm Mind – Resilient Body – Open Heart Each year in November we teach a winter warming workshop combining Qigong movement and stillness. Take time out from your hectic schedule to de-stress for 3 hours and learn effective ways to … Read More

Shoulder Health Workshop 2015
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Healthy – Gentle – Powerful Movement Are your shoulders always tight and stiff? Do you spend a long time sitting in a chair? Would you like to learn healthy movements that can help you release tension, ease pain, combat fatigue … Read More

September Schedule 2015
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 Hello everyone,  Welcome to the new September term, with a new found vigour after the summer holidays join one of our evening courses for new beginners in either Tai Chi and Qigong where you will learn a new skill, have … Read More

Master Joe Lok Workshop September 2015
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    Following on from our workshops in June 2015, Master Joe Lok is returning from Hong Kong to Horsham in September 2015 to continue his teachings of the Phoenix Alchemy Qigong system. In Joe’s words; “In this workshop I … Read More

Qigong Courses Autumn 2015
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 New Autumn Term – Back to School From early September 2015, our popular Qi Gong evening courses start in Faygate in Horsham, West Sussex. Phoenix Alchemy Qigong – From Tuesday 8 September at 7.30pm in Faygate Earth Qigong for Women … Read More