Jos Hadfield has been practising T’ai Chi and Chi Kung daily for over twenty five years, and has taught both for over twenty years.
She is a committee member and past Chair of the European School of T’ai Chi Chuan (ESTCC)
Her practice has broadened to include sitting meditation and Zen Brushwork, learned in the UK and Japan from the late Terayama Tanchu Sensei.
Taking Care of Ourselves
A seven week course using the language of T’ai Chi and Chi Kung, 10.00 to 11.30 on Thursdays, starting on 12 January 2017
Over the seven weeks we will be coming together to do gentle exercises to open the energy flow and re-connect with our bodies; with the sense of taking time out and exploring where we are right now. When we tend to our own well-being we are much better able to help and look after others.
There is also an opportunity to sit quietly together at 9.30 or just come along at 10.
It is still possible to come along even if you cannot commit to the full 7 weeks.
Please contact Jos at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
T’ai Chi and Chi Kung
Tuesdays 5.30 – 7.00 pm T’ai Chi form and Chi Kung
The Long Barn, Roselidden Farm
For more information on this regular class, contact jos on email@example.com
The Way of the Zen Brush is a form of calligraphy based on the principles of Zen, a means of representing the relationship between the mind, body and universe.
Jos leads classes at Roselidden, Exeter and London throughout the year.
For more information contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org