A busy career doesn t always leave time for blogging as regularly as I’d like but it’s also true to say that with Tai Chi, I prefer to blog about something whilst it’s still fresh in my mind. Throw in the art s tradition of oral transmission as the primary means of communication and preservation, and I hope you’ll agree that podcasting might be a great way to share my experiences studying Tai Chi.
I’ve started creating little tai chi podcasts using Audioboo. The beauty about Audioboo is that I can record the podcasts on my iPhone no matter where I am, and immediately upload them and publish them. At the moment, I’m recording a podcast immediately after every class, which means that it is uploaded and available for you to listen to before I’ve finished the drive home 🙂 And, because they are short (between 2 and 5 mins on average), it doesn’t take up a lot of your time to listen to them.
Check out my tai chi podcasts, and keep checking back for fresh ones. You can subscribe to them in iTunes if you prefer. If you’ve missed one, don’t worry. I’ll keep updating this page at the end of each month with a list of all the podcasts I’ve recorded, so that you can easily find the one you’re looking for.
February 2010 Podcasts
January 2010 Podcasts
December 2009 Podcasts
November 2009 Podcasts
- Create An Open Environment
- Tone Of Voice
- Note To Self: Principles Of Teaching Tai Chi
- Stand Upright
- Sit On Top Of Your Hips
- An Honest Trade For Generosity
- Can You Still Relate?
- Smile At Your Heart And Lungs
- Relax The Hips 101
October 2009 Podcasts
- The Blindsiding Problem
- Fake It Until You Make It
- Why Do We Turn The Two Ways That We Do?
- Give Them More
- Is The Form A Kata?
September 2009 Podcasts
- Why We Learn In Groups
- Use My Notes But Think Of The Environment
- Teachers must be patient with themselves
- Too Much To Relax
- Using Your Aches And Pains
July 2009 Podcasts
- Know The Shapes And Make The Shapes
- A New Isolation
- What Is Your Attitude To Tai Chi?
- Homework: Where Are The Thirteen Postures?