The Anti Guru

I describe myself as the anti-guru. My role as a Tai Chi and Qigong instructor is not to elevate myself onto a pedestal, and to ensure that you as a student don’t elevate me either. I’m the average person, living … Read More

How Do You Do What You Do?

How Do You Do What You Do? This questions was posed to me by one of my students who lives with chronic health. She was aware of my health baseline, and asked how I do what I do as a … Read More

Online Tai Chi Review

Online Chen Tai Chi – Private Tuition – Student Testimonial July 2019 “Tai Chi and Qigong are wonderful teachings. They are truly accessible to all. No matter whether you are old or young, physically able or not they allow you … Read More

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. When learning Tai Chi, there are several highs and lows along the way. Sometimes students will say “The resources aren’t enough”. … 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). He studied Qigong … Read More