Colin Snow from London UK is Founder of Natural Step Tai Chi for Health & Well Being.
He has studied Tai Chi for 30 years & taught for 20 years. Biography.
His expertise has brought the benefits of this wisdom tradition into many communities around the Twin Cities illustrated by the list below.
Colin is a teacher qualified by Master Richard Farmer, the Honorary President for the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain.
"Anyone who has studied & practiced Tai Chi for over 30 years deserves respect. And Colin has. In addition, Colin's sense of community and wish to share the gifts of Tai Chi with others, make the Natural Step Tai Chi school a wonderful resource for Minneapolis."
Honorary President for the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain
A further development of Colin's work has resulted in The Vitality at Work® program, essential movements and principles for everyday use in healthcare, business & educational communities to reduce stress and increase well-being amongst staff & management.
You can contact Colin at ColinSnow@NaturalStepTaiChi.com or 612 377 6469
Communities served both Past and Present
City of Minneapolis
Park Nicollet Health Services
The University of Minnesota
Mercy & Unity Hospitals
Cargill Wellness Center
The Courage Center
American Association of University Women
Gillette Childrens Specialty Healthcare
Bloomington Retirement Community
HealthEast Care System City Passport
Oak Grove Residential Treatment Center
Cigna Wellness Education
The Minneapolis Club
Chanhassen High School
Fairview Health Services
Cargill High Performance Leadership Group
Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging
The Wilder Foundation
The Kenwood Retirement Community
Ecumen Homes For Older Adults
Golden Valley Care & Rehabilitation Center
Clouds in Water Zen Center
St. Paul Library
The Calhoun Beach Club
SW High School
The Jewish Community Center
St. Joan of Arc Church
Lake Country School
There is in us an instinct for renewal, for a liberation of creative power.
We seek to awaken in ourselves a force which really changes our lives from within.
Yet that same instinct tells us that this change is a recovery of that which is deepest,
most original, most personal in ourselves.