The Way of Wellness Blog  

Sharing knowledge on Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Taoism from the heart of China.

What is Qi Gong? In-depth Guide to Qi, Philosophy & Powerful Practice

meditation qi gong Jan 22, 2021

I was 23 when I first tried Qi Gong. 

I didn’t consider myself someone who would enjoy it; I got bored easily and thought my brain was too active. Eventually, however, Qi Gong and Tai Chi won me over.  

After a period of intense life confusion and anxiety, I left the UK on a quest to learn how to be kinder to myself. I arrived in the Wudang Mountains, China, intending to learn Kung Fu. The universe, however, brought me to a small Tai Chi school. There was no Kung Fu, just the...

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Effortless Tai Chi Breathing: Step by Step Guide, Exercises & Techniques

meditation qi gong tai chi Jan 19, 2021
When you are practising Tai Chi you may ask yourself: am I breathing correctly? 

Proper breathing technique not only makes for more enjoyable Tai Chi practice, it can help you through stress, fatigue and challenging emotions. An awareness of the breath connects us to the body and helps return us to balance.

In this guide, we’ll walk through step-by-step how you can breathe effortlessly during your tai chi practice and in everyday life. We’ll explore wisdom...

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What is Taoism? An Introduction to Daoism and How it Can Improve Your Life

taoism Nov 26, 2020

What is Taoism (or Daoism)?

Good question.

I want to share one of the very first episodes of Tea Time Taoism that Master Gu and I made, which explains what Daoism is, as well as how it can help all of us live a better, longer and more content life.


Hoping you enjoy the video, and if you're new to Daoism - welcome!



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Tao Te Ching Chapter 1 - Explained

tao te ching taoism Nov 04, 2020

"The Dao that can be named is not the eternal Dao..."

This is the famous opening line of one of humanity's most important philosophical texts: the Tao Te Ching.

The Tao Te Ching was supposedly written by the sage Laozi around 500BC. Chapter 1 explores the nature of knowledge itself. Through its paradoxical passages, we are shown the limits of thought, and begin to appreciate the mystery around us.

Watch the above video and join me as we get deeper into Laozi's...

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