Chen Tai Chi Four Corners
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New beginner students in Chen style Tai Chi learn foundation exercises and the first five movements of the Laojia Yi Lu form (known as the Chen 5 Elements), facing the ‘Four Directions’, also known as the ‘Four Corners’.  Covering the … Read More

Chen Sabre Workshop 2014
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Chen Sabre Workshop 2014 Seminar: Chen Style Tai Chi Sabre (Broadsword/Dao) Content: Learning the thirteen sabre techniques: rolling, closing, pricking, blocking, cutting, hacking, scooping, cross-cutting, twisting, shaking, supporting, slicing and tilting and the complete 23 movement form. Level: Open to … Read More

Parkinsons Group Course 2014
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Parkinsons Group Course 2014 Each year I teach a voluntary course to a local health support group, to share the value of Tai Chi and Qigong movements as a way to help support overall health and wellbeing.  I work closely … Read More

The Power of Breathing
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In ancient Eastern cultures breathing is seen as fundamental to life-long health. This has become lost in the modern world, leaning more on pharmaceutical companies to provide us with ‘better health’.  Learning to breathe more effectively can have a profound … Read More

Tai Chi for Depression
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 Student Experiences “The more we can do to help ourselves with any health condition the better we will be able to manage our own wellbeing. For me this has meant learning from some forty years of living with varying levels … Read More

World Tai Chi Day 2014
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In April 2014 we will be celebrating World Tai Chi and Qi Gong day in Horsham Park.  Come along and join in on our free event, open to everyone to take part in a Tai Chi and Qigong class in … Read More

Compassionate Tai Chi
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Can Tai Chi and Qigong help you become more compassionate to yourself and others? Regular practice of the Classical Chinese arts helps bring about a positive change in personal health, happiness and longevity.  The slow-moving exercises slow the mind down, … Read More

Class Etiquette
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Student Conduct and Etiquette Tai Chi and Qigong Training Guidelines Each student is responsible for paying their fees on time and of the correct amount. Each student is required to book their place on a course or workshop in advance … Read More

Music for your Practice
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It’s always difficult to find good quality new music for your Tai Chi and Qigong practice.  Recently I stumbled across www.aroshanti.com, the composer Nick has created a series of relaxation albums that are first-rate.  I thought to share these with … Read More

Outdoor Training Brighton
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Free Tai Chi in the Park with Instructor Mat Ward of Inner Harmony School 8th December 2013 12th January 2014 16th February 2014 16th March 2014 13th April 2014 11th May 2014 8th June 2014 27th July 2014 24th August … Read More

February Taiji Push Hands Seminar
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Our friend Mat Ward of Inner Harmony School will be returning to Horsham in February 2014 for the second workshop focusing on Tai Chi partner work, push hands, sensitivity training, throwing away our hard strength and learning to yield. Join … Read More

Horsham Holistic Practitioner
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Horsham Holistic Practitioner My name is Angela Abbott. I am a Kinesiologist, Reiki and Touch For Health practitioner. My aim as a holistic practitioner is to help bring my clients back into balance. Offering Kinesiology and Reiki treatments allows me … Read More

Chen Taiji Cloud Hands
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For students wishing to practice at home, here some resources to help. In the Chen style Tai Chi movement “Wave Hands like Clouds” (Yun Shou) this uses the double arm silk reeling movement with a side stepping action. The hands … Read More

Knee Alignment Tai Chi
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Posture in your Tai Chi Practice In Tai Chi and Qigong practice, correct knee alignment is often neglected which can lead to pain, injury and long-term damage. As the largest and most complex joint in the body the knee is … Read More

Taiji Seminar November
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Taiji Seminar November 2013 I am very proud to be sharing the news that my friend and peer Mat Ward will be our guest instructor in Horsham this autumn. I cannot rate Mat highly enough in regards to his knowledge, … Read More