Interview with Taiji Master Pamela Hiley from Body Mind Spirit Festival in Norway.
Softness is stronger than hardness
Mathematics, emptiness and taiji
Dedicating my practice at Angkor Wat Cambodia 2019
Pamela Hiley dedicating Taijiquan to Granddaughter Robin Hiley for her first meeting with Snow 26th December 2020
Practice Teachers Trainers 2019/2020 @ Tronfjell Peace University.
Moving humanity cleansing it’s roots of behaviour One Breath One Mind One Kind
Morning practice with the rising sun at Dharma Mountain Summer Retreat 2019 Check out this years summer retreat!
The video is made at Bygdøy, Oslo in the summer of 2019. It is intended to inspire and support more practice of qigong especially for those students who have already learnt the form of Baduanjin with NTS. Contact us for courses in Qigong and Taiji @ www.taiji.no
Baduanjin is one of the oldest and most practiced forms of Qigong in the world dating back over 1000 years ago. It`s practiced as a medical form of qigong, strengthening the bones and sinews and empowering the immune system. Often practiced together with Martial Arts such as Taijiquan. This video is best used as a supplement to students who have already completed the Baduanjin course with Norsk Taiji Senter.
Digital Video by Narve Hovdenakk
Norsk Taiji Senter at Havnelageret, Oslo Kulturnatt, 23-25 Sept, 2012. 8 Tibetan Monks from Tserkamo Monastery in Ladakh came to visit the NTS and made a Sacred Sand Mandala for White Tara, symbolizing healing and blessing for Bjørvika and Oslo´s byutvikling.
Mari Liljenstrøm has completed the Norwegian Taiji Center`s Teachers Training in 2017 Here is a short film with Mari performing her Taiji Short form. Her disability has become an ability to remind us on how to tune in more profoundly with our inner core no matter what our circumstances. Mari`s courage and determination has proved to be steadfast in her practice and serves us well here with inspiration at the Taiji Centre.
Norsk Taiji Senters 25 years Jubilee trip to China in 2008. We had the most phenomenal experiences visiting, Beijing, Wudanshan, Shaolin Temple, Anyang, Chen Village, Yang family Home. Reflecting with each of the Masters of the old Taijiquan Lineages. Dao Now
We have 12 wonderful retreats in beautiful Umbria. Here is a small sample of our daily lives while visiting Il Convento.
The Arne Næss Chair for 2018 Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker is joined by her husband Professor John Grim at the Arne Næss Stolen at Norsk Taiji Senter. Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim are Senior Lecturers and Research Scholars at Yale University. They are founders of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale and series editors of Religions of the World and Ecology from the Harvard Center for the Study of World Religions.
An inspirational short documentary film made by TV in China about the story of Norsk Taiji Senter on the famous Wudang Mountains of China.
This was the opening of our new Taiji Centre at Skur 49. Arne Næss punched his way through a Yin Yang symbol at 8 secs past 8 minutes past 8 on the 08.08.2008 at the same time as the opening of the Beijing Olympics. This film is taken in Moss at the exhibition of Marian Heyerdahl's exhibition of Women Terracotta Soldiers for Peace. Its also a picture of Pamela giving the Chinese Ambassador her first lesson of Taiji on the roof of the Oslo Opera House.
Listen and be inspired by this short film clip on the universal boundlessness of the Dao, by our dear teacher Pamela Hiley. The clip is made in China this summer by film maker William Jobling, assisted by Kjell Tjensvoll www.taiji.no