I am currently in a transitioning phase. I decided to move on from the class I’ve learnt in during the last several years. I will stay in contact with my teacher. And I hope I can get some private lessons.
And yes, leaving a class behind feels strange to me. I think within the Tai Chi and Qi Gong community, there is this “ideal way”. The ideal of learning from one teacher for all of your life. Continue reading
I like to practice Taijiquan and Qi Gong outdoors. It’s just great to be surrounded by nature. However, nature includes mosquitos. And I don’t like them. Thus I want to share with you how I deal with mosquitos when practicing outdoors. And I tell you my secret weapon: bite away!!!
Exactly one year ago I published this blogpost to announce my book The Taijiquan & Qi Gong Dictionary!And I am happy to say that I think it is a success. Many other Tai Chi and Qi Gong bloggers wrote about it (here, here, here, here, here).
And I currently have 6 reviews on Amazon.com, Continue reading
I have a confession to make. I lost my practice.
I don’t know how it happened. But during the last couple of months I almost didn’t practice Taichi or Qi Gong. Maybe once or twice a week, but Continue reading
As you know, I live in Munich, Germany. I used to have a German Tai Chi blog, too. I shut down that blog recently because I wanted to concentrate on this English one and on another project I am working on.
However, I still want to share the great places and teachers to learn from in Munich: Continue reading