Thank you all who attended our memorable 2 day Mindful Walking Methods workshop 21-22nd of April in Tasmania. People traveled from Sydney, Lismore, Adelaide, New Zealand and areas across Tasmania to attend. Much appreciation to our generous host Sifu Darren Cox of Li Chi Hsiang Inner Health Tai Chi Chuan Tasmania. I also acknowledge Sifu Steve Duncombe and Felicity Way of Inner Health Taijiquan Sydney for their tireless support and ALL things admin. In closing,I thank all who attended with deep gratitude, I am happy we made it through all three modules of our practice and look forward to playing Taiji with you all again in the future. Our workshop support videos depicting all the areas we covered will be posted up on our web in the not too distant future.
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Mindful Walking and Workshops
The next few video clips are explaining effective methods of practice that have been posted before on my facebook site a while ago. I find these interesting to review from time to time. Enjoy :-)
Chinese Gong Fu Visual Essay from Derek Lieu on Vimeo.
I can remember the first few taijiquan lessons many years ago. It felt great attending class and I was bubbling with enthusiasm looking forward to my next lesson. Over the next few years I observed many students come and go. Many start taijiquan with the best of intentions and see the value of practicing the Art. However, along the way for various reasons many students eventually fade out from attending lessons. Some reasons are that they don’t have time to practice or it’s difficult to remember the moves. Taijiquan looks easy but without establishing a routine right away, your chances of perseverance is greatly reduced.
These are some recommendations from my own up and downs in practice that I will share over the next few blogs
Experiences and Insights