Living with EDS

Live with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome – My Story 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 … Read More

Psoas Muscle in Tai Chi

The psoas (pronounced so-az) muscle isn’t well known and yet plays a huge role in our bodies. It is the deepest muscle in the body and unlike most other muscles it lays buried.  This muscle is vital for appropriate alignment/structure, … Read More

Tai Chi Trigrams

In Taoist philosophy, the 8 Trigrams are symbols of change found within the Book of Changes, known as the I Ching.  Each trigram represents a unique set of characteristics; tai chi application, qi gong movement, natural identity, cardinal directions, organ, … Read More

Tai Chi for Ankylosing Spondylitis

Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) An auto-immune disease causing inflammation of the spine, vertebrae, sacrum and can also affect other major joints.  The connective tissues; tendons and ligaments harden (ankylosing) where they attach to the bone.  At the later stages of progression, … Read More

Tai Chi for Better Health

There are many health and wellbeing benefits that come with regular Tai Chi and Qigong practice. Collated here are a number of resources I have written over the last decade, to share how all areas of life can be improved … Read More

Tai Chi for Seniors

Tai Chi as a physical health exercise is suited to any age, young or old.  There are many health and wellbeing benefits that help students in their later years. Low Impact Tai Chi and Qigong movements range from no to … Read More