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We have had some inquiries regarding whether EU identity cards can still be used instead of passports and, unfortunately, the answer is: NO. Not since October 2021. Here is what the UK Government website states: What you need to enter the UK If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen Irish citizens can continue to […]


Unfortunately Sam Masich is unable to join us this year. However, we have been fortunate to obtain the services of Yanira Jigetsu Rodriguez who will take his place. Yanira knows the material Sam was going to present and so we are in the fortunate position of being able to offer the same programme as originally […]

TAI CHI CALEDONIA 25th ANNIVERSARY is going ahead from 15-22 July 2022

The current situation in Scotland allows indoor as well as outdoor contact sports. As a result, the university has now confirmed that, as things currently stand (and we are all hopeful that any future changes will be to further loosen or even remove restrictions), they are happy for us to go ahead with our event […]

Update on latest situation for 2022

This week saw an easing of restrictions in Scotland to the extent that, if things do not deteriorate again (a big if, perhaps), it looks as if we might be able to have a live event in July. But hopefully more on that in a few days time. Meanwhile, Saza Krauter’s circumstances have changed and […]

Joining Instructions for the 2021 Zoom Workshops

Please note that the same link is used for all the midday workshops and a separate link for all the evening ones.Depending on your device/settings the link should take you straight into the meeting. If it doesn’t take you straight in then it will prompt you for the meeting id and then the password (see […]

2021 Zoom Programme

Here is the programme schedule and contents for this July (10th – 15th). Like last year, each day from Saturday to Thursday we will have two sessions, one at 12.00 and the other at 18.00 (BST).Each session will last approximately one hour with time for questions either at the end or as we go long.Again, […]


Last year many of you were kind enough to leave your deposits and payments with us for this year, for which we are extremely grateful. It is our hope that you can still leave them there for the coming year. However, we are aware that circumstances can change, so if you need a refund then […]

Tai Chi Caledonia 25th Anniversary Postponed Until 2022

We had said that we would wait until the end of this month before making a decision on this year’s event, but there seems no point in delaying the inevitable. It will probably come as no surprise, but a disappointment to all of us, that we will be unable to have a live Tai Chi […]

Latest (no) news about Tai Chi Caledonia 2021

In mid April I noticed a number of hits on the Facebook page and assumed people were wondering if there was any news. I updated the page and went to add the information here only to find a problem with the website which has only now been resolved. Anyway, just so you know, we cannot […]