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Linda

Linda has studied the arts of Tai Chi & Qigong for over 27 years. She has taught in community centres, hospitals, seniors centres and privately for the past 20 years. Her background is Yang Style as taught by David Lau in Toronto, Canada. In addition to teaching the traditional sets of Yang... Full Bio
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Fun gift for your Tai Chi friend by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Have you done your Tai Chi today? Mug by ArtByLindaLou Read on »
Study of Potential Life Lengthening effect of Tai Chi by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Image Caption: "This study provides the first step into providing scientific evidence for the possible health benefits of Tai Chi." said Dr. ... Read on »
Too cold for outside but we still had a great time! by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Marina del Rey Tai Chi group led by Linda Tenenbaum  met at 10 am on Saturday April 26, 2014  to celebrate World Tai Chi & Qigong Day. Read more about it here http: ... Read on »
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day Saturday April 26 10 am by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi BE A HEALING PART OF HISTORY !! do some Tai chi or Qigong this Saturday. Big group at Queens Park, Toronto, but anywhere you can be part of this event is good! The ... Read on »
Exercise is not just for your Body! by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi http://www.humankinetics.com/excerpts/excerpts/learn-how-exercise-benefits-the-brain Read on »
5 elements qigong by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Reminder for the 5 elements Qigong. Read on »
Qigong Finger Exercise Video for Arthritis by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi click here for Al Simon's great short video for hands http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P9EiooL3Ck Read on »
Excellent Still Qigong meditation video by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi  Click on this link to watch the video. enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t7IyZSxe8w Read on »
To sleep or not to sleep? that is the question. by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Some of us are lucky to sleep well, but from time to time we wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back to sleep. For others sleep is evasive most of the time and ... Read on »
Tai Chi for Medical Conditions Harvard Medical School Publications by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Low bone density. A review of six controlled studies by Dr. Wayne and other Harvard researchers indicates that tai chi may be a safe and effective way to maintai ... Read on »
No pain, big gains published in Harvard Medical School Publications by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi No pain, big gains Although tai chi is slow and gentle and doesn't leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness — muscle strength, flexibility, b ... Read on »
5 Finger Qigong for Relaxation by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Several of my students have been requesting this short video, so here it is again I found this guided 5 minute video on youtube which is a quick Qigong meditation.. very ... Read on »
70% of falls in elderly shown to be incorrect weight shifting by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Another great reason to practice Tai Chi! "TORONTO - Falls among seniors are a major cause of disability and death, but knowing what led to a split-second fall can often ... Read on »
Fun illustrated primer in Tai Chi Qigong meditation for children & family. Interactive eBook with... by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Stress Relief for the Whole Family Remember when you were a kid? Life was simpler, easy.. and now it's all about the stress: Work, exercise, home, meals, oh ... Read on »
3 Simple Short Videos on Qigong and how it works by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi 3 Short very simple videos on how your energy affects your whole body.. http://youtu.be/CPl8JNxSYIY http://youtu.be/BhoVL96BjP8 http://youtu.be/tYdX5IP7lOE Read on »
I couldn't have said it better... Tips for students by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi  from Nicola J's articleUsing the Body to Learn Will Westerners please leave their brains in the box provided at the door into the studio. Thank you!  Our intellect gets i ... Read on »
Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong: Real People tell their stories by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi This week has been so amazing! But it's not unusual and that is what is even more amazing! Some of my students who have been with me for over a year and some who have just s ... Read on »
When it comes to your health, are you looking at the big picture? by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi If there’s one thing you don’t want to cut corners on, it’s your health. Any sensible person will tell you it’s worth every cent and every ounce of effort to eat th ... Read on »
60 is the new 45 by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi This post might seem off topic, but really it isn't. Reflecting about my generation compared to my parents or grandparents; the 6th decade was the time of slowing down, ret ... Read on »
Tai Chi Principles for Better Balance by Linda Posted in: Blog Posts in Tai Chi Balance is more than just good posture; it is a complex system which incorporates    the body   the mind     and breath Gravity is what can pull us down ... Read on »