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Day 17 only 4 days to go!!!!

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I am feeling very motivated today. I have created a gorgeous no-meat sesame ball after being inspired by yesterdays dinner of raw falafel. I put some chilli, onions and garlic to marinade in some olive oil overnight. For lunch today I had a chilli salad with no-meat balls and avocado pear. I have had a busy few days and needed something filling and comforting. This hit the mark it was yummy! I am having a pear, pineapple and orange juice for dinner tonight. I have been busy on the computer today preparing my courses I will be teaching over the next ten weeks. I have three courses running for parents at local schools and one for a drug and alcohol drop in centre. They are Raising Hopes and Aspirations, Healthy Lifestyle, Tai Chi and Cooking on a budget.
I love my job and feel very honoured to work with diverse groups of learners. I learn something new on every course I teach about myself and others.

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About me and Tai Chi

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I have practised the art of Tai Chi for over 10 years.

I studied Tai Chi Chuan with the late Master Graham Horwood. Graham is internationally renowned and was an amazing teacher who was very dedicated to Tai Chi. Graham has written several books including Key to Health with Cures from West to East – A Complete Health Guide and Tai Chi Chuan and the Code Of Life. Graham was taught by Master Chu King Hung, third adopted son of Yang Shou Cheung. Yang Shou Cheung was the eldest son of Yang Cheng Fu. He spent 10 years practising and teaching with Master Chu, who informed Graham that he was the first of his students to understand the internal principles of Tai Chi.

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Graham and I were in the local papers and Anglia news as one of our students is 107 years old.

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