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Tips for Practice

Often, I hear people say that it’s hard to make time for practice. This is understandable, activities of the world today require so much of our time. If you are sincere about finding time for practice here are a couple suggestions that may help. These tips can be applied to anything that we want to learn. The truth is we


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Thoughts Can Lead To Tension

Meditation is becoming more and more popular. Some people attend meditation halls or classes, others have found moving meditations such as Tai Chi or Qigong. Many people meditate in their homes as well. Some of the benefits of meditation include a clearer mind, a relaxed body, a calm spirit, greater self awareness, relief from stress and an enhanced memory and


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As a Tai Chi and Martial Arts instructor I’ve seen many people commit to exercise, exercise programs and lifestyle changes including Tai Chi. Many of these people succeed in their goals and find the satisfaction they were looking for when they decided to start. There are those however who never meet their goals. They fall short for various reasons, dropping


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San Fransisco Visit 2017

The video featured here is the one that precedes the video in the following blog. Virada Chatikul of White Goose Chen Taiji  ( wrote a blog about our visit to San Francisco and the video series we made. I am truly honored by this and enjoyed the writing so here it is: Relaxing is harder thank it looks Also this


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“Stick, Follow, Lead, Don’t run! A look at Sticking and primary skills in Tai Chi Chuan”

Many skills can be developed through proper Tai Chi practice. It all starts with relaxation which will lead to sticking, indentifying, neutralizing and issuing. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to Tai Chi I will assume that you are aware of the importance of relaxation. So here I will write about sticking.             When we think of Sticking


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Chan Su Jing (Silk Reeling Energy)

                                                         Click for demo vid of Silk Reeling  My first experience with Silk Reeling came from Master Tony Wong’s group in San Francisco. Milena and I went out to meet and train with


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Practice Everyday

If you’re like most of the people in Tai Chi Classes chances are you are a very dedicated student, as long as class is in session. What happens when you leave class? Do you take the principles you learn and apply them everyday? The teacher or instructor is there to guide you and show you the way. It is up


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