One of these courses is new, Self-Preservation. Description coming very shortly.
News of a blind choreographer who teaches students dancing by mainly using touch electrified me. Once I experienced a great and vivid success teaching a woman born blind to do the entire Tai Chi Form. Called the Short Solo Exercise Form, it has 257 moves pulsed into 64 sets of wonderful detail and variety including … Continue reading Fresh Way Learning Tai Chi
Day and day, complications cling to our beings. More and more. Not just our minds, our hearts and also our bodies. Some would say even our sanity is challenged not just from politics; and the additions don't lessen. We know they grow. In a summiting classic statement of Tai Chi we have All things return to … Continue reading Moving to the Marrow
Some people remember them and it's said we all dream every night. The common ones are just blowing off energy expended during the day and those are mostly and easily best forgotten. That was not the kind I just had, one that stays with you because it is called a veridical dream--a message of truth … Continue reading Dreams and Tai Chi
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 … Continue reading Current and Coming Push Hands Invitations