Two Plates in Tai Chi

Two Plates in Tai Chi

Two Plates in Tai Chi Pelvic Floor & Diaphragm The pelvic floor and diaphragm connection are important to consider in your Tai Chi practice.  They are called the two plates and are coordinated in movement and breath work. Spending time practising the connection will help develop your form and improve your posture. The principles that…

Tai Chi Qigong Zoom Classes
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Tai Chi Qigong Zoom Classes

Tai Chi Qigong Zoom Classes Join our weekly online classes from the UK, where you can study Chen Tai Chi foundations and forms, Qi Gong routines and hibernating bear for relaxation and health. All guided by instructor Nicola of Earth Balance Tai Chi. Create momentum with your training and take a positive step towards health…

Chen Tai Chi Livestream
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Chen Tai Chi Livestream

Chen Tai Chi Livestream Online Group Classes via Zoom UK Join our traditional Chen Tai Chi all levels livestream. Learn strengthening and relaxing movements from the comfort of your own home with our monthly subscription. Give momentum to your home practice. Whether you are a new beginner or a seasoned student join instructor Nicola’s online school and take…

Fang Song in Tai Chi
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Fang Song in Tai Chi

Fang Song in Tai Chi One of the most important Tai Chi principles is fang song = applied relaxation. To use the least amount of muscular contraction to perform a movement. Which means to release inappropriate muscle contraction, to loosen the joints and to reduce physical tension. I describe it to my students as the…

Online Tai Chi Review

Online Tai Chi Review

Online Tai Chi Review A student shares their testimonial of learning Chen Tai Chi online via Zoom with instructor Nicola of Earth Balance Tai Chi. Dated July 2019 “Tai Chi and Qigong are wonderful teachings. They are truly accessible to all. No matter age, physically ability or fitness, you can improve your health.  You can…

Chronic Pain Course
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Chronic Pain Course

Chronic Pain Course ReMap Course Summary – March to June 2019 Wednesday 12 June 2019 saw the completion of the 12 week ReMap course, a movement and stillness class for those living with chronic pain. Over the duration I introduced the students to ‘Hibernating Bear Tai Chi’, covering a variety of Qigong, Chen Tai Chi and…