Its almost the weekend, and I am reviewing the past weeks classes and training, yesterdays class was described as serene. Also looking at progress on many different fronts, Gloria has started a new painting of a seated horse with some exciting ideas for the background, I can't wait.
For many people the weekend is the only time they feel they have to relax, yet relaxation can take many forms, feet up in front of the tv with a beer or cup of tea, or Tai Chi Jian, or maybe base jumping? Here is something to kick off the weekend on a great note of exultation… I hope you enjoy it !
The essence of Tai Chi Chuan as a martial art is responding to change. Mimicking the Taiji Tu (symbol) we accept and accommodate the need for change, sometimes gradual, sometimes with devastating speed, It is this ability to respond and adapt which characterises the art. So I have no hesitation in requiring my regular visitors to adapt to the many recent changes to this website. If you are one of those informed people, perhaps you will consider this an opportunity to practice change outside the training hall. As mentioned elsewhere, I was recently required to undergo a period of R&R following a significant lapse of attention resulting in my breaking both legs. This has provided the time out from my otherwise busy schedule to revue the goals of my website, they are always a work in progress, consequently I have decided to incorporate my varied interests under one site, as much for ease of administration as anything. Hopefully as the site and associated navigation develop, you will find it easier to access the aspects the you seek, and perhaps are intrigued enough to venture off the subject that brought you here.
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I hope you enjoy your visit
Keith has studied the Chinese Internal arts for over 40 years. He lives in England and Portugal with artist, designer and writer Gloria Dean and teaches in Portugal and the UK.