I started training in Qi Gong and T’ai chi quite late in life, at the age of 40; quite a lot of ‘water already under the bridge’! But I very soon realised it was going to be something that would become special for me… and it has!
The guidance that the practice has given me has proved invaluable, the philosophy of Yin and Yang, and the five Elements have helped me navigate my body, my emotions and my life journey, helping me to find the stillness at the centre.
Listening through movement, stepping back to return stronger, the flow of energy. Feeling so lucky to have come across this ancient art, its martial and healing aspects, I am keen to share what I have learned.
The classes I give focus more on the healing than the martial, though of course one cannot not exist without the other.
• Parliament Hill Lido NW5 1LP
Saturdays 9-10.15am – Outdoors so weather dependant. Wrap up if it’s cold! The class is free, but donations go to Lido users group PHLUG, and Mercy Centre UK. Their will soon be an evening class at the same venue
• Peace Garden South Hill Park NW3
Sundays 11am – This is next to Hampstead Heath Overground; outdoors so weather dependant.
Wrap up if it’s cold. The class is free, but donations go to Keats Community library and the Peace Garden.
• Clarence House,Castlehaven Rd. NW1 8RU
Wednesday 11-12am — This is an Over 60’s Class; run by Castlehaven community Centre.
Sue has been doing T’ai Chi for over 30 years and so therefore it has become an essential part of her life. She has also been a Buddhist for as many years and uses her understanding of the dharma and meditation in her T’ai Chi teaching.
A very experienced trainer in T’ai Chi, Sue also offers classes and workshops on meditation, the healing sounds, and how to use T’ai Chi and Chi Kung (Qi Gong) to combat life’s obstacles and to promote wisdom and compassion.
She is the secretary of Mercy Centre UK which is ESTCCUK’s main charity.
Contact her for details of classes or further information about the work of the Mercy Centre UK.