Life is Playful

The tale of the meditation stool One of my students made a meditation stool. In her planning she wrote ‘bottom’ on the base to know which side to fix the legs too. Somehow the bottom became the top, and now … Read More

Tai Chi Qigong Fall Prevention

“Falls among elderly people may be costing the NHS in England up to £4.6m a day.” Reported by the BBC in 2010. It’s not just senior citizens who can benefit from learning Tai Chi and Qigong for balance and fall … Read More

Roland and Robs Marathon 2014

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 … Read More

Living with EDS

During May 2014 it is Ehlers Danlos awareness month. I have written my account of living with EDS and wanted to share this with you all. Here is my story, it is a little raw and gives honest insight into … Read More

Travel with Hope

A Parkinsons Disease Interview Introduction This interview on April 11, 2014 is an update to a previous interview on March 15, 2013. Meet ‘John Doe’ and read his story of learning to live with Parkinsons Disease (PD).   What is … Read More