Loncon 3.

Loncon 3 , held at the ExCel Centre in London's docklands was the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention. With over 7,000 members attending it was the largest Worldcon ever. London Tai Chi Instructors were there on two days to give an early morning session of relaxing Tai Chi and make sure, that some members at least, were ready for the rigours of the day ahead.

Harp House.

To help celebrate Older Peoples Day London Tai Chi Instructors went along to Harp House, an extra care housing centre, to give the residents a taste of tai chi. You can read more from the local newspaper here. Barking and Dagenham Post.

Spicy Lates.

I was overjoyed to be asked back to Kew for their Spicy Lates festival this Summer. Kew is the perfect place to do tai chi and last Summer's Plantasia festival was a wonderful experience!

I've never been to an evening event at Kew before, so being able to experience the Sun going down and the tree shadows lengthening and giving a restful half-light to practise tai chi in was very special.

Chilling out by relaxing and revitalising through tai chi is all part of the various activities on offer around the gardens, so people can wander from one to the other in a very enjoyable way, sampling and testing as they go. Very nice!

Visit http://www.kew.org/visit-kew-gardens/whats-on/full-spice-lates for more details.