Yeah – What he said…

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Routine is quite often our friend when it comes to Qigong and it can be all too easy to fall into regular habits of practice and life, so the opportunity to spend time with Mingtong Gu in Winchester this week was a very welcome interruption to the quiet comfort that the darker time of the […]

Thoughts about becoming a Qigong Teacher

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There’s a constant flow of energy in and out of one’s life. We go through many cycles of learning and then teaching. The most obvious cycle is being schooled, and then schooling one’s own children. I spent YEARS studying Tai-chi, Yoga, Chinese Medicine and Qigong, until it finally became obvious that the next step was […]

A trip to Kagyu Samye Ling!

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Scotland in April can be a really mixed bag weather-wise, but on the Sunday I chose to make my first visit to Kagyu Samye Ling, it was stunning! (All-be-it 12 degrees!) My mother lives in the Scottish Borders (Jeremy writing…) so we approached from North of the border, rather than the Carlisle direction. We drove […]