Those of us who write for The Disruptive Author know it is written ‘by women for women who live life on purpose’. My article this month is about a woman who has lived, and continues to live, a wonderful life on purpose. Elskè Taylor came into the world weeks after a fierce by-election in her
Elskè Winten began attending Tai Chi lessons when she was sixty-nine. That was thirty years ago. A month away from her one-hundredth birthday, she’s still practicing Tai Chi every week. “Glenn Blythe has been my teacher all those years; he’s very patient,” she told me. Many people enjoy Tai Chi as slow and gentle exercise,
I’ve had the privilege of being interviewed by Pip Coleman, an Author, Reiki Master Coach, Advanced Angel Intuitive/Medium and Meditation Teacher. She works out of Australia’s penguin paradise, Phillip Island. But you don’t have to go down there for an appointment. There are other options, of course. I met Pip wearing one of her newer
What is Tai Chi – written in response to people who asked why I do Tai Chi and what made me write the children’s book.
Tai Chi is based on the ancient Taoist philosophy of Yin & Yang. This represents opposites in the universe. There is a heavy emphasis on balance whilst extremes are to be avoided. There seems to be some debate when Tai Chi developed, but it is believed it was created over eight hundred years ago. When
Yes, it’s true! My delightful children’s book is being re-released to coincide with Elskè’s one hundredth birthday. Who’s Elskè? She is the protagonist in the children’s book I published with Ocean Reeve Publishing in 2017. Elskè was ninety-five when the story fell out of my head and onto the page. This lovely lady is the