What a fantastic day we had when we got together for some open-air Tai Chi in Strathclyde Park on Saturday! (World Tai Chi Day).
To say that the weather was bracing would be an understatement, but at least the rain stayed away and we even managed to coax the sun out in all its glory a few times!!
Thank you so much to all the brave and dedicated Tai Chi students who arrived to join me. We enjoyed our Tai Chi in the best setting possible - near trees and flowing water. The sun sparkled off the River Clyde as we tried to emulate its beautiful flow, the trees displayed fresh green buds and the birds sang, Although it was cold, we built up some beautiful energy and made the experience a very memorable one for me, and I hope for you too.
A big thank you to Lynn Logan of Bargeddie Primary for inviting me along to provide a day of T'ai Chi 4 Kidz as part of the school's Health Week on Friday.
What a lovely school! - Welcoming staff and well behaved, enthusiastic pupils. I had a great day and thoroughly enjoyed sharing my T'ai Chi knowledge and practice with the children - many of whom showed real aptitude!
T'ai Chi has been shown to help children to relax and de-stress so that they return to the classroom feeling relaxed and ready to learn - I hope the staff felt it too!