Sunday, 28 October 2012


The school was featured in issue 324 of the Your Move magazine after our display at the Bold Street Festival. Check out the pictures on page 78. Yesterday we were down at the festival gardens on a beautiful sunny autumnal day. This was some of us off for a cuppa after we had finished.
We will be back there on Saturday 17th November from 10 - 12 if anyone would like to join us. Places have been filling up for the health qigong workshop. There are still places left so please get in touch if you are interested.

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Festival Gardens

What a wintry blowy day but not to be deterred I went down to the Chinese Garden this morning to do some practice under the Pagoda. Whether it rains or not it always remains dry under there. I made sure I was well wrapped up and I had almost an hour of doing some Tai Chi and Qigong. I was watched by the swans - check out the ruffled feathers on the one on the right.
The festival site is beautiful and the autumn colours are really coming through now. I am hoping to do some activities in the park over the coming months so once I have approval then I will publish details on here and on my website In the meantime check out the colours in this photo I took last week when I was down there practising. What a difference in the colour of the sky compared to today!

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Unique Qigong Opportunity

I am thrilled that Faye from the Deyin Taijiquan Institute asked me if I would host a Chinese Delegation for an evening in November with the purpose of delivering a Qigong workshop. I have now secured a venue at St John's community centre in Steble Street for Thursday 8th November, 6pm till 9pm. The cost is £25 and if you would like to attend please send me an email and I will then send you out a booking form and how to pay. This is a rare opportunity to welcome these Qigong masters to Liverpool and I am sure this will be an event to remember. The workshop is suitable for complete beginners as well as those of you who have done Tai Chi or Qigong before.

New class started

Yesterday (Monday 8th October) saw the start of a new class in a gym called Something for the Ladies. As it suggests this is a ladies only gym but anyone interested in joining this class can just turn up on a Monday ready for a start at 10.30am. The class is an hour long and costs £5 payable on a pay as you go system with the gym therefore no membership is required. If you want to read more about the gym then follow this link