WORLD TAI CHI & CHI KUNG DAY
This is on the last Saturday of April (29th for 2017). It starts at the International Date Line and moves around the world. In 90-
This year, we shall again be using the Dorchester Borough Gardens for our event; assembling at about 09:30 and departing at about 11:30, thus giving plenty of time for those participating to get together and exchange ideas & experiences.
Come along -
Gallery of Photographs from World Tai Chi & Chi Kung Day 2016; Photos courtesy of Julian Oxborough, Roy Martindale & Dorchester Camera Club:-
DILLINGTON HOUSE, ILMINSTER
Patrick is tutor on a series of 'Taster Days' in Tai Chi & Chi Kung that have been running at Dillington since 2004. Dillington House is a beautifully kept manor house that doubles as Somerset County Council's Arts Centre. They run a magnificent selection of day and weekend courses on everything from archeology to zoology; with topics such as chamber music, aromatherapy, genealogy & photography in the middle!
The next session will be on: Saturday March 11 2017;Chi Kung Exercises to Relax the Heart & Stimulate the Circulation -
For more information, please contact Dillington House on 01460-
The following members are some of many who have benefited from the regimes they have learned at COREhealth sessions. This is a small selection from our archives.
FEMALE, born October 1955: A fall during pregnancy caused chronic injury to the lower spine & sacroiliac that resulted in constant pain & limited mobility; since starting COREhealth sessions in 1997 her mobility has increased substantially and – although musculoskeletal problems still occur – they are much less frequent and less disabling than in the past.
FEMALE, born July 1963: Among other conditions, she has problems with spatial awareness, rhythm & general stress; on starting COREhealth sessions in November 2002, she was unable to focus on specific movements and was unable to stand still for more than about 5 seconds; she is now coping well with these problems, is learning to control movement well and is able to stand still for several minutes.
MALE: Computer Scientist operating in a senior role within an occupation noted for high stress levels; before starting COREhealth sessions in May 2003 he had a stress-