It depends on the student, what kind of meditation he or she likes. I can work with slow movements connected with breathing where you can calm down and focus on something simple. It's a easy way to start meditation if it's the first time. Or I can focus the meditation on different chakras to let it flow again. How I teach depends on the student.
I started meditating 10 years ago. At first just a little bit to explore and have a look what it is. Now I'm doing it every day and it helps me find my inner spot where I am truly myself and calm. I learned it from different people during my travel through Asia. I had teacher in Switzerland, India, China and the Philippines.
I trained with her in China. She is a very nice young woman with an abundance of patience to explain, to show again and she has a good eye for your movements. In Xi'an she helped me to finish my "26part TaiChi form" from YunTai Shan.
If you look at her TaiChi you will love to do it yourself!
I met Beatrice in a volunteer project in the Philippines and it turned out we had a lot in common spiritually!
I was doing meditation and yoga and I knew Beatrice was a Tai Chi teacher. So one day I asked her if she could teach me. She, of course, said yes with a big smile on her face and she taught me what we could call a discovery class of Tai Chi. She introduced me to this beautiful martial art, showed me some exercises and beginners moves!
I had a great time and she is a truly sweet person, always smiling! :)
Thanks and good luck in Australia!
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