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  • Tai Chi Personal History - Linda Chase
    Chi teachers to work with students who have various kinds of special health needs I loved the years when Tai Chi came first in my life At the peak I was teaching 4 to 5 classes a week one or two being special classes in hospitals attending one or two classes for my own pleasure and doing my own daily practice Several times a year I also attended seminars given by visiting masters This meant I was spending up to 20 hours a week doing Tai Chi I helped set up the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain wrote many articles for Tai Chi magazines and also wrote lots of poems based on Tai Chi experiences The partner work of Tai Chi called pushing hands is another great love of mine It ranges from sensitivity exercises to actual sparring Mostly I practised and taught the softer range of pushing hands and often worked with groups of women to develop grounding skills and confidence Over the years I adapted many pushing hands techniques to use with my special students Throughout my Tai Chi training I have worked with wonderful teachers attempting to learn at least one thing from each of them Some of my teachers are Sandy Cuthbert Elizabeth Smith Richard Farmer Ian Cameron Linda Lehrhaupt Nigel Sutton Aarvo Tucker Lawrence Galante Ben Lo William Chen Yang Jwing Ming My other mode of learning and enjoying Tai Chi has come through practice with my many Tai Chi brothers and sisters over thirty years I have probably learned more than one thing from each of them My Tai Chi family includes Oli Senior Chris Davies John Meyers Juliet Vincon Christine Perardel David Welsh Brian Cookman LiBi Welthy Mike Tabrett Ronnie Robinson Bob Lowey John Bolwell Doris Hofton John Wilson Dan Aris Tamsin

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