My first public Wing Chun class in Hamburg, Germany focusing on the healing roots of Wing Chun takes place Thursday evenings at Medosophos, Rutschbahn 11 a. The class will be about body mind synergies and the philosophical, spiritual and medical aspects of Chinese Buddhist and Taoist traditions at work in Wing Chun. For more details have a look at my website: www.tao-moves.com
Every endeavor in the field of sustainability starts with oneself. Since “a journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step,” the unfolding and fostering of a sustainable physical and mental foundation in oneself is an absolute prerequisite of a truly meaningful sustainability journey. This is why and how I work with Chinese movement traditions.
For more details about my body mind synergy coaching and Chinese martial arts / Qigong trainings — not only in Hamburg, Germany — take a look at my tao moves website: www.tao-moves.com
Good article by Jo Confino in the Guardian, June 2, 2014:
A good TED talk (March 2014) about true leadership: http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_why_good_leaders_make_you_feel_safe
“Change leader, change thyself”
By Nate Boaz and Erica Ariel Fox, McKinsey Quarterly, March 2014
“Remaking the Industrial Economy”
By Hanh Nguyen, Martin Stuchtey, and Markus Zils
McKinsey Quarterly, February 2014
Also take a look at the Circular Economy Reports by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation(http://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/business/reports)
The discussion of this Guardian post by Jo Confino, “How technology has stopped evolution and is destroying the world” (http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainable-business/technology-stopped-evolution-destroying-world) very much reminds me of the summary of the social criticism within the Tao Te Ching in my doctoral dissertation (pp. 417-432: http://ub-dok.uni-trier.de/diss/diss27/20010129/20010129.htm).
A webinar with me about business sustainability organized by Z. H. Tank, Shanghai, March 2013: http://www.zhtank.com/zhtank/share/2013-03-22/jqiepjqpgnbq.html
Copied from Greenpeace’s blog: Adidas needs to earn its stripes by championing a toxic-free future