Welcome to EasternPeace!
My name is Anthony Fidler. I'm a practitioner of Yang & Chen Style Tai Chi and have had a lifelong passion for Buddhist meditation, especially Zen.
I teach Zen, Mindfulness, Tai Chi & Qi Gong classes in the UK and Luxembourg.
I also organise Zen & Mindfulness Retreats and Tai Chi Holidays & Weekend Workshops around Europe and Thailand.
I offer Sei Ki Touch sessions on a private therapy basis and run Sei Ki workshops usually in combination with Tai Chi or Qi Gong.
If you would like to hear news of EasternPeace events then please 'like' my facebook page Easternpeace Tai Chi Zen and Contact Me with details of your interests and I will add you to my mailing lists.
- Tai Chi Holiday on Mallorca March 7th-15th: Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness for Healing the Soul : Mallorca March 11th-12th : Contact Me for Details.
- Mindfulness & Mental Illness : Ticino, Switzerland March 17th-19th : Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness for Well-Being Luxembourg. Apr 4th-27th 2017 More...
- Tai Chi Intensive Course Luxembourg. Apr 5th-30th 2017 More...
- Zen Mindfulness & Heart Touch. Utrecht, Holland: Apr 15th-16th More...
- Zen Mindfulness for Healing the Soul. Luxembourg: Apr 29th-30th More...
- Going Beyond Technique in the Therapeutic Relationship : Berlin May 6th-7th : Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness & Mental Illness : Milan, Italy May 12th : Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness & Mental Illness : Ticino, Switzerland May 19th-21st : Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness for Healing the Soul. Luxembourg: June 3rd-4th More...
- Sei Ki in Zurich, Switzerland. June 16th-18th Contact Me for Details.
- Zen Mindfulness for Healing the Soul. Luxembourg: July 1st-2nd More...
- Zen Mindfulness & Tai Chi Retreat: Tuscany, Italy. Sep 30th-Oct 6th More...
What is EasternPeace Zen Mindfulness?
I offer Zen Mindfulness as a support for physical and mental health and well-being as well as a spiritual path relevant to the needs of modern life.
- Traditional Zen shared in a spiritual but non-religious context
- Informed by Western Mindfulness teaching and relevant to the 'real' world.
- Japanese Hara based practices for authentic aliveness.
- An experiential exploration of the work inspired by Authentic Movement & Dance.
As the Dalai Lama says, "Misery is a Reality, but Suffering is a Choice".
I hope to give people that choice with these sharings.
What is EasternPeace Tai Chi?
- A Connected Meditation - eyes open, body active, mind connected with the external world yet still and quiet.
- Therapeutic Movement, not Performance work or the Martial arts
- Quality of Movement not Quantity...
- Movement at its most Gentle with full Mindfullness.
- A whole new way to experience and explore life in a body.
And you can now follow me on my Tai Chi / Zen Facebook page
What is Sei Ki? - Click Here for a short video introduction.
Sei Ki as a Compassion Practice
Sei Ki originated as a high level form of Shiatsu, and the practice goes very deep, but it's opening level is simply about developing the capacity to let go of one's emotional armour and to connect with another person with an open heart.
In doing so, both bodies start to release oxytocin and there is a simple, good feel of really being together. And it is the ultimate stress healing.
I teach this practice to people who generally have no interest in working as a professional bodywork therapist and simply want to learn to connect emotionally with others with more heart and sensitivity.
Sei Ki Treatments
The foundation of Sei Ki is the capacity to give total, sustained, non-judgemental attention to another person, while at the same time not losing connection with oneself. This relationship allows the receiver to experience themselves with far greater clarity than is usual for them and this facilitates growth and change.
The touch can be on or off the body, but when on the body it is usually gentle, not pressure based and is given through the clothes like Shiatsu or Thai Massage.
Sessions are often 'interesting'. I simply work with and facilitate whatever movement (or stillness) wants to come through, allowing the body to find a higher state of balance within itself.
And this usually feels great afterwards...
And you can now follow me on my: Thai Sei Ki Facebook page