When you practice, two suggestions may radiate everything. First, feel and think, when you begin, that you are moving into the whole, of everything. Second, instead of feeling you are doing Tai Chi, feel it is doing you, like the Fall season's wind--as the great Chi--carrying you, the leaf. I know this is short, yet … Continue reading Tai Chi and It All
The yoga set up has been slippery this quarter. Delayed longer than expected. As soon as I have it it will be posted. Shortly.
I found it in that regular weekly section called Science Times, page 6 titled, "Tai Chi's Gentle Path to Building Strength". Written by one of their very familiar and accomplished columnists, Jane E. Brody, this piece makes a valuable contribution to the field. You can effortlessly find it by keying the title into a Google … Continue reading Tuesday’s New York Times, September 11
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