Tai Chi Caledonia was founded in 1996 to allow the people of Scotland and beyond to have the opportunity to work with high level instructors, offering a range of styles and approaches to Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong and other Chinese Internal Arts. This was the vision of Ronnie and Bob when they founded this event […]
I am pleased to be able to announce that Helmut Oberlack, Lucia Ring-Watkins and James Carss have agreed to join us and teach some weekend sessions. So that is the participants all confirmed and I just await details of what they propose to present to us.
Work continues on next year’s event and I hope to be able to publish the programme and costs next month. Meanwhile, I can share with you which teachers will be joining us for the week: Gianfranco Pace Margherita Padalino Yanira Jigetsu Rodriguez Paul Silfverstrale John Bolwell Javier Arnanz Pim van den Broek Chiara Vendettuoli I […]
First of all a big thank you to all who came along to make this year’s event one of the best yet, if the feedback is anything to go by. We have never considered Tai Chi Caledonia to be a money-making venture. However it has always been self-funding with enough being left over at […]
This page has been updated but the rest of the website will remain relevant to the 25th anniversary event until I have more detail regarding teachers and topics for next year. SO PLEASE DO NOT TRY AND BOOK UNTIL THE REST OF THE SITE IS UPDATED TO Tai Chi Caledonia 2023!
As some of you may be taking part in a sword workshop feel free to bring your own (unedged) weapons with you. We will have some wooden swords available to borrow for those who don’t have their own or are travelling by plane. The local police have been advised of the event and that some […]
Hi everyone, just a reminder that this is balance deadline weekend! Another thing to remember is that there have been a couple of changes to the programme since it was first issued two years ago! So those of you attending during the week, please ensure that we have the correct details of your choice of […]
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 […]
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 […]