I am starting a brand new Qi gong class for total beginners in Lewes on Thursday 12th of September. This is especially exciting for me as I have been running a mixed level class for some time, but have found it quite hard to teach complete beginners and those people that have been practicing Qi gong for a while, at the same time. This is double exciting because I will
I teach a lot of Tai chi to elderly people, and the most common reason people come to tai chi is to improve their balance. As people get older, falling over becomes more of an issue and the consequences of falling also increase. A lot of elderly people also have osteoporosis, or decreased bone density, and so the chances of broken bones and being hospitalised also increases. 30% of people
This Thursday my Qi gong in Lewes class continues at 6.30-8pm at Trinity Church Hall on saint James street, just off Southover. This term I will be focusing more on beginners skills and needs. So we will be working on movements from the “Eternal Spring,” our foundation set of simple movements that teach the beginner how to move in a relaxed, connected, mindful way. You can see my teacher, Michael
On 21st January I will be starting a new beginners Tai chi class. This is an ideal class for anyone who has ever wondered what tai chi is all about. Perhaps you are looking to get fit and be more active after the excesses of Christmas . Even though Tai chi is performed slowly it is still a great way to get fit. Anyone who saw Trust me I’m a
Welcome to my first post! I will be writing about acupuncture, tai chi and qi gong. This is one of my favourite classes to teach. Tai chi at age concern in hassocks. I love teaching the elderly, and have recently begun teaching tai chi at the 60plus club in Seaford as well.