School Sabbatical

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

When resources aren’t enough

When resources aren’t enough A delve into the Tai Chi learning process, looking at the ebb and flow of training a life-long art. How to be more productive in your training. Your Tai Chi mind is the same as your … Read More

Roland and Robs Marathon 2014

One of our students, Rob Eggers and his friend Roland Taylor are taking on Britain’s hardest marathon (The Picnic) to raise money for a charity called The Brompton Fountain. http://www.justgiving.com/thepicnic Roland’s son Finley was born with a congenital heart problem … Read More

Tai Chi for All Abilities

We have been working hard on new developments within our Tai Chi and Qigong school.  We want our classes to be accessible by the whole community.  From this, we now offer Tai Chi and Qigong for all abilities, meaning seated … Read More