Angie Wood

Angie Wood was born in Scarborough in 1954 the 5th Daughter and the 7th child from the family of 12 of Mr & Mrs Robert Arthur Cammish and Pauline Bestwick. Raised and brought up in Scarborough where she met her artist Husband James Kennedy Wood known as Ken. They have two daughters Dawn and Siobhain. The Early Years Angie with her husband Ken starting out in the Catering Industry having acquired a love of cooking and hosting party’s. Then spending many years (30) as Independent gift and antiques retailers owning various gift and antique shops in Whitby and Scarborough, with the advent of the world wide web this lead to a whole new way of trading, which has led to an extended love and knowledge of antiques and collectables. Later Years On looking for something to give life a fuller meaning Angie came across the Art of T'ai Chi Ch’uan and after passing her Teaching Training in the Lee Style of Tai Chi in 2002 teaching weekly classes at the Tai Chi Workshops in Scarborough UK and has founded the web site www.taichiworkshops.co.uk, now with the pandemic and its social distancing Angie has set up doing Zoom online classes for her regular students and complete beginners courses in the Lee Style T'ai Chi at www.etaichi.co.uk Angie spends many hours exploring antique and boot fairs around the UK looking for old and interesting items to sell on the web site and I hope you find something interesting to purchase in the many varied categories. Now While continuing to study and teach the Art of T’ai Chi keeping an open mind to all the various other health and wellbeing aspects like mindfulness and meditation, for ways on how to make her life and maybe others fit, strong, healthy, and wealthy in body, mind and spirit.

Focus

Focus in Tai ChiWe use the term focus in many different ways in the practise of T’ai Chi.In the early stages of our practise we use the term “focus the eyes into the near distance”. By focusing your eyes into the near distance you let… Read More »Focus

No.1 The Beginning

No.1 The Beginning DENG MING-DAO No1 Beginning 开始 Kāishǐ. This is the moment of embarkment. All auspicious signs are in place. In the beginning, all things are hopeful. We prepare ourselves to start anew. Though we may be intent on the magnificent journey ahead, all… Read More »No.1 The Beginning

The Human Immune System

Remember the immune system is part of you and you are in control or are you! Angie Wood Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the… Read More »The Human Immune System

How to Deal with Difficult Feelings

You may be experiencing burnout and not even know it, say authors (and sisters) Emily and Amelia Nagoski. In an introspective and deeply relatable conversation, they detail three telltale signs that stress is getting the best of you — and share actionable ways to feel… Read More »How to Deal with Difficult Feelings

Careers: Don’t Settle For A Bad Fit

Work is one of the defining factors in our happiness and contentment. We spend most of our lifetime working, so being fulfilled by your job is key to a well-rounded life. And studies have already shown that job contentment is not solely reliant on monetary… Read More »Careers: Don’t Settle For A Bad Fit

Emotions Lisa Feldman Barrett

You are not at the Mercy of Your Emotions Your Brain Creates Them The Seven Emotions fear, anger, sorrow, play, lust, love, maternal nurturance Dr Ekman proposed that there are seven emotional expressions universal to people all over the world:  happiness, sadness, surprise, fear, anger,… Read More »Emotions Lisa Feldman Barrett

Human Emotions

by Tiffany Watt Smith emotion [ɪˈməʊʃ(ə)n] NOUN emotions (plural noun) a strong feeling deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. “she was attempting to control her emotions” · [More] synonyms: feeling · sentiment · sensation · reaction · response · passion · intensity… Read More »Human Emotions

Dettox Dr Jen Gunter

  DETOX Jennifer Gunter is a Canadian–American gynecologist, a New York Times columnist covering women’s health, an author, and a specialist in chronic pain medicine and vulvovaginal disorders

5 in 5 out Tai Chi Breathing

Equal breathing technique focuses on making your inhales and exhales the same length. Making your breath smooth and steady can help bring about balance and equanimity. A breathing length of 5 counts in and 5 counts out is recomended as a good balance for body-mind.… Read More »5 in 5 out Tai Chi Breathing