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Training in Nature – Upcoming Events

Throughout the summer I am running a number of classes outside, all of them are suitable for beginners as well as experienced practitioners. Students are welcome to book in advance or just drop in on the day. Here’s what’s on offer… The lovely image above was taken in the tree circle at Millfields Park, Clapton, […]

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New Outdoor Classes! On Thursday evenings and weekends

Hi there folks! As the weather warms up it is a real treat to be able to train outside in Nature, and I am taking the opportunity to do this wherever possible. The new Tai Chi and Kung Fu class on Thursday evenings in Euston is currently based in the Camden Chinese Comunity Centre, but […]

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OFF TO TRAIN IN WUDANG FOR EASTER SPRING TERM STARTS APRIL 30TH

After a busy winter term including a lovely authentic Chinese meal, it is time to wrap up and rest for Easter. I am off to Wudang to train with shifu. I’ll be looking at one of the Wudang Kung Fu forms with a mix of fast and slow movements, and then coming back and teaching […]

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WINTER TERM STARTS 8TH JANUARY BUILDING RESERVES FOR THE YEAR AHEAD

Hello and Happy New Year everyone. Term starts again from 8th January in Stoke Newington, with Thursday daytime classes in Clapton starting on the 10th, and the first weekend workshop on 2nd February. In the Tuesday evening classes we’re at the beginning of the 36-step Wudang Tai Chi form. To make the most of this […]

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HOW TAI CHI BENEFITS MENTAL HEALTH WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY: 10/10/2018

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art whose slow, fluid movements are great for stress relief and improving mood. Clinical trials have shown that training Tai Chi reduces levels of stress hormone cortisol1, and increases happy hormone endorphine2, as well as alpha and theta brainwaves which are associated with relaxation3. But why does Tai […]

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