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New Daytime and evening Tai Chi and Qigong classes starting now- Buqiworks Bristol and Bath News Spring 2024


Hello and welcome to Spring 2024 to all students and friends!

If you would like to join a Tai Chi or Qigong/Taijiwuxigong class Please get in contact and I will  find a session for you

New Voice and Somatic Training for people with Parkinson’s -See the Parkinson’s page for more details

Click on the timetable above to see sessions happening now and go to the classes page for all links or email me for further information and to book.


 Now available


Buqi Treatments -Available in person, or online

Available with me in person at my clinic or via remote healing on Zoom. Mentoring , healing, Qigong therapy   0781 566 2844 or email me at  Some home visits are possible

See Buqi  from the drop down menu for more details about this type of therapy

Private Lessons 

Anyone wishing to have a private lesson (Tai Chi or Taijiwuxigong) can contact me.  Lessons can be taken  one to one on Zoom,  weather permitting one to one in an outdoor setting or at my room.  Tel 0781 566 2844 or email me at

Taijiwuxigong courses are available online and live simultaneously

I will be scheduling  outdoor sessions, weekend courses and retreats in the coming few months

Please check the Courses page for dates and times


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Please email for more details and to book

This is Part Two of my Sound Daoyin Course and can be taken online or in person. You do not need to have completed part one to attend. The times are Saturday 24th February 10.15am until 4.30pm. Please book by emailing Further dates for the rest of this course in 2024 will be sent on booking. If you wish to attend online please email and I will send you your link

More than 2000 years ago, Daoyin specialists in China were teaching breathing techniques in order to prevent and also to treat illness. These techniques continued to develop in the Sui dynasty (581-618) and in the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). In books they are often called the ‘six characters method’ (as the name of each method was depicted by one Chinese character), which we translate to ‘the six breathing techniques.’ Another technique is the ‘five sounds technique.’ The producing of each sound is linked to one of the five organs. Exercises using the five sounds use sound waves to open the body’s channels and meridians. The sound waves also cause vibration in the organs and tissues, which is beneficial in the treatment of problems in the relevant areas. Different sounds can be used to precisely target specific areas and the organs, wherever there is a malfunction. Good results can often be achieved in a short time.
Whilst the Sound Daoyin contains many references to singing, it also applies to all who need to make good use of their voice and can help with many issues regarding loss of voice and problems with voice projection. Singing can be described as ‘exalted speech.’ When using these exercises for health and healing we are not necessarily interested in the beauty of the sound, more that we learn the correct breathing techniques and use of the body cavities to produce sound. All exercise involves three components: mind, movement and breath. Sound and breathing, breathing and sound are inseparable.For more information about the latest research in the use of sound and vibration for healing see…/

All Welcome



February 24th , March 23rd and April 27th

Times on the day:


To book, call me on 07815662844 or email me at Or you can register via the link but payment must be made in advance unless you are all ready a student of mine. Please pay via Pay Pal using the email, email or text me for bank details, or if you would like to pay in cash, then contact me to arrange


Horfield Quaker Meeting House,300 Gloucester Rd Bristol BS7 8PD

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Kind Regards Sarah B