25th Tai Chi Caledonia
10 – 17 July 2020
Thank you for visiting our website where you will find details of our latest event, Tai Chi Caledonia 2020, our 25th year offering high quality teaching of Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong and other Chinese Internal Arts, here in the beautiful, natural environment of Stirling University Campus in the heart of Scotland.
In addition to comfortable accommodation in either single or, if you prefer, double rooms we invite a range of high-quality instructors from various European locations and beyond.
You can follow the links in the tabs at the top of this page to see last year’s programme content, teacher and booking details. We will update the site with details of the 2020 event at a later date.
If you wish you can use the following link to access a printable version of the full programme and the other details.
ANYBODY NEW TO THIS EVENT IS ADVISED TO READ THE “HOW THE WEEK WILL WORK” PAGE ACCESSIBLE FROM THE DROP DOWN LIST UNDER THE PROGRAMME 2019 MENU TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
HERE ARE SOME COMMENTS ABOUT PREVIOUS TAI CHI CALEDONIA EVENTS
I wanted to say a big thank you for the week. It was very well organised and felt it went smoothly. If there were any hiccups I never noticed! It’s hard to imagine how much work this week requires to organise. I truly appreciate all the work you have put into it. You made our time unbelievably rich in experiences, the variety of tutors was incredible again this year. I learnt so much and I come out of the week very enthused by what I learnt and got to make new friends as a bonus!
Well. I feel I have not sufficently thanked you two for all the good you do, for TCC in general and specificly for all the generosity and encouragement you gave me. Without that I would have missed out on a brilliant event!
I kept (wisely) away from the celidh and pushing hands, but did as you know both morning and afternoon classes during the week. That went surprisingly well and did me a lot of good. The hardest part was actually trudging through all those airports …IOU big!
On the whole my first experience of TCC was very positive. Thank you for being so flexible about my change of plan. I thought the variety and quality of the sessions during the daytime was excellent.
As a newcomer to the event I would especially like to thank you and everyone else involved for organising T’ai Chi Caledonia and for making me feel relaxed and welcome.I found it the most inspiring week and one that will stay with me for some time.The tuition was outstanding and I learnt just as much from everyone else – they were all so kind and helpful.I’m so glad I came and hope to come again next year.
“Returned this year and made more new friends”
“….I loved my week there, really appreciate all the work you do to organise it. The Ceilidh was a brilliant idea and was perfect on the Wednesday because it gave time to people to get to know each other beforehand and therefore enjoy the dance even more. I’m hoping to be there next year if all is well.”
“I thought it was an interesting mix this year with FAR too many good options!! I did Roberto’s central axis work and GB’s water qigong. Both were excellent, Both very attentive, generous with their time, and brain bustingly givers of info. I also heard from others who attended the different workshops and they also agreed that the quality of the instructors was above average (understatement I feel).”
” I just wanted to say thanks to you and Al and the volunteers! It’s been an unforgettable week thanks to you and of course the great teachers you invited.
I hope to see you all back next year!
Greetings from the Netherlands, Angeline
ps I went to the local library and guess what I found there: a book by ronnie robinson, translated in dutch, so popular is he!”
“It was the first time for me staying all week and I truly felt and
got the message you guys out did yourselves. The most respect to the organisers and teachers. And let’s not forget the dedicated students. What more could be asked.
Thank you all for an amazing week.”
A short video from not so long ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKqRLGVF0lk