Before all else, this: Although Beginning and Continuing Tai Chi are a good basis for Push Hands, they are not required. I’ve had great students without any background at all, for it mainly depends on how ardent you are. And if you can’t commit to a full course we can go ahead with a drop-in participation, for the benefits are so great–not only for Tai Chi and for the health and relaxation–for your relationships and life flow, that any contact becomes a blessing.
So hey, hey, hey! I’m now teaching Push Hands at
1 the Renton location Monday nights 8:45-9:45 p.m.(not too late because it increases your energy that is still mellow so it’s easy to retire afterwards)
2 the Enumclaw location Wednesday mid-days 12:30-1:30 p.m. and
3 beginning May 2nd at the Olympia location Wednesday evenings 8:15-9:15 p.m.,
4 the Enumclaw location Thursday mid-days 12 noon-1:30 p.m.
5 the Sumner location Saturday mornings 8:00-9:00 a.m.
The specific details of these locations are the same as those given in Tai Chi Courses on this website. And sure, you are welcome to contact me for any live help in getting to any of those wheres!
Another is a possibility for Sunday mornings in Enumclaw. I’ll be able to share more as I learn more, but I mention it now because any inquiries by you may be part of its potential.
My teacher says the best learning moves along with 2 or 3 classes a week. Also it’s so much fun these options seem natural.
If you’ve questions, including what I’d call body questions, you can always drop by as a guest at a class to check things out. Or me in a one-on-one.