Sue Weston

Mindfulness T'ai Chi & Qigong teacher

Based in
Monmouth, United Kingdom
Also teaches in bargoed, Holy Isle, Monmouth, Pontypool, Scotland, Twickenham
Sue Weston | Mindfulness T'ai Chi & Qigong teacher

Make an enquiry Phone: 07962798779

Sue has been practicing and teaching mindfulness, T’ai-Chi and Qigong for many years and is currently enrolled on the MSc in Mindfulness Studies course at Aberdeen University and Samyé College. Formerly a dancer, choreographer and movement teacher she has worked nationally and internationally in film, TV and theatre. Sue was awarded an honorary doctorate in 2006 for her work over several years in Sri Lanka supporting humanitarian causes. In 1999/2000 she spent a year in retreat on Holy Isle to deepen her meditation practice. Sue is the initiator of Relaxing The Mind activities providing T’ai-Chi, Qigong and mindfulness courses, classes, workshops and retreats in Bargoed, Gloucester, Pontypool, Monmouth, Twickenham and Holy Isle, Scotland.

Group Classes

Mindful Movement Training For Facilitators

The Mindful Movement Teacher Training for Facilitators course offers a basic and thorough training in the philosophy, practice and delivery of body work. Held over two weekends, the course investigates the relationship between mind and body, how to identify imbalance and ways of working safely with differing people and conditions. After the first weekend each participant will have acquired a set of safe, gentle and powerful movements to explore in their own practice and to offer to their groups or clients. The second weekend will go deeper and introduce other aspects of delivering mindful movement as well as exploring the experience gained between the sessions.

"The course was great and I left feeling relaxed, enriched and inspired. I enjoyed the interesting mix of people and I appreciated the subtle way you identified our specific requirements and encouraged us gently and with great skill towards our goals." Shona January 2012

Registration at

It's a: 
Mill House Farm
Monmouth, Wales, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Friday evening - Sunday afternoon 2-weekend course: Mill House Farm, Monmouth
£200, full course

Qigong & Meditation Week Retreat, Holy Isle, Scotland

Retreat, relax and revive in peaceful and beautiful surroundings. Breathe deeply into the flowing, stretching and releasing Wild Goose Chinese Medical Qigong form. Take time to immerse yourself in peaceful mind and loving kindness meditations in the spiritual sanctuary of Holy Isle - adjacent to the Isle of Arran, West Scotland - and where Sue spent a year in retreat. The week is suitable for beginners and experienced practitioners and is a wonderful opportunity to develop skills and practices to deepen a life-long spiritual journey.

Visit to secure your place on the week's retreat.

It's a: 
The Centre for World Peace and Health
Holy Isle, Isle of Arran, Scotland, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Wednesday 13 August - Wednesday 20 August 2014, residential week
Course fee £195 plus full board accommodation costs: single £364, Twin, £287 per person, Dormitory £231

Qigong & Meditation Saturday Morning, Twickenham

Contact Sue Weston to register or for more details.

The three hour sessions allow time for the power of these techniques to be understood and implement healing changes. The accessibility of all the practices enable participants to leave relaxed, revived, and calm - wonderful qualities to take into everyday life.

During the morning we learn and practice the flowing and releasing movements of Wild Goose Chinese Medical Qigong (pronounced 'chi kung') and simple peaceful mind meditations. Some of you may be familiar with these techniques, but no former experience is required, beginners are welcome, do please bring friends with you. Bring too a blanket or shawl for the relaxation and meditation.

Visit to book and pay for your place on the next session.

It's a: 
The Rambert School
Kilmorey Road, Twickenham, TW1 1QN, West London, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Saturday 25 January 10 am - 1pm 2014 Saturday 29 March 10am - 1pm Saturday 17 May Saturday 5 July
£35 or £65 for 2 sessions booked in advance


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


Qigong (pronounced ‘Chi Kung’) is a powerful type of health exercise, which has been practiced for centuries in China. It is based on gentle movements that are specifically designed to benefit and balance health.

Qigong is easy to learn and enjoyable to do. Even a few minutes of practice can have an invigorating and rejuvenating effect. Regular practice strengthens the whole body and its internal systems (nervous, digestive, respiratory, skeleto-muscular, hormonal, gynaecological, etc). Its ability to help in healing a large variety of chronic and acute injuries and illnesses has been the subject of various research programmes led by the Chinese medical authorities. The aim of Qigong is to promote the movement of Qi (energy) in the body. A key point in Qigong practice is relaxation and deep breathing, both of which allow Qi to flow

Some Qigong movements are very gentle, others more vigorous. Some movements are very large and expansive, others are more subtle, almost imperceptible. All are different and have a very specific effect on body and mind. The deeper the practices, the more we understand the purpose of each movement, allowing our Qigong practice to become ever more enjoyable.

The regular practice of Qigong has a powerful effect on mind, body and spirit. Benefits include increased general health and well being, reduced levels of stress and a brighter and more balanced outlook on the possibilities in our life.



Improved balance
Strong back & supple joints
Maintained bone density
Easier breathing
Stabilized blood pressure
Calm, clear mind
Core stability and strength

Qigong’s gentle yoga-like moving postures are in a standing or seated position and focus on flexibility, release and strength. T’ai-Chi emphasizes the flowing dance of self-defence. All classes are led by T’ai-Chi Union Registered Instructor Sue Weston.

Make an enquiry Phone: 07962798779

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