When we talk about being open it often implies being open to the world, to others.  This practice starts with the importance of being self connected, open to oneself.  As you experience the sensations of your own inner connection and the contact that helps locate you in the world, the practice guides you into feeling…

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How can we be open to the world and still stay connected to ourselves?  This class explores the balance between compression and expansion of energy, and how the support us in being present to both ourselves and the world  

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There’s many specific ways to engage with your T’ai Chi Chih practice.  And then there’s the way your practice can help you just be a little more present in the world.  Here’s one such practice…moving with love.  

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Softness in the wrists were one of the two essential traits that Justin Stone used when assessing the effectiveness of a teacher.  In the Introduction video, you will be introduced to the guiding principles to wrist awareness as highlighting examples of where  to apply those principles. Then, a chance to experience how a full practice…

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Ebb and Flow Traditional Chinese practices call it Yin and Yang.  It’s the movement of the wave that surges up the beach and then withdraws. Each has it’s own power, it’s own experience of life. The continuity and flow of T’ai Chi Chih are constantly shaped by the contrasting energies of yin and yang.  The…

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How do you find support from the world you engage with?  In this seminar, we explore the way that edges can support us during the challenges of depression, anxiety…as well as helping us to move a little bit more into everyday life. Videos I’ve put the videos in three sections. 1. Body, Depression and Anxiety…

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By its nature, every practice tends to disrupt the same old of our functioning – and helps us move towards a ‘better self’.  But it’s helpful to remember that change in the body always starts from where we are.  The focus in this T’ai Chi Chih practice is to be present to the sensory experience…

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