Denise Mason

I took my first tai chi classes at university when I was 19. The slow, focused movements did not resonate with me at the time and I switched to karate, which I practised for several years, helping to teach self-defence classes during this time…

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Julie McDougal

In 2008 I trained as a Bowen Therapist (a hands on gentle touch, holistic therapy).  This was following successful treatment I had received for a long- term back problem…

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Lin

From the first Tai Chi Shibashi session I joined I was completely hooked, I loved how utterly absorbing it was and at the end of the first session I felt completely relaxed, like I had just had a lovely warm bath. I practised at home for a while but missed the joy of doing this in a group, so decided to train to become an instructor…

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Victorya

Having been a yoga student for many years, I discovered in tai chi shibashi a gentler, more forgiving form of movement. I have been practising tai chi now for six years and qualified as a teacher under “Tai Chi for Health”…

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