Tai Chi and Psychotherapy – Part Three – 7/22/19

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 222 Greetings.We are experiencing such nice, mild, yet sunny weather here in Port Townsend. The wharf and park call my name for practice. Perfect. This week I finish sharing with you the answers to the last three questions from...

Tai Chi and Psychotherapy – Part Two – 7/15/19

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 221 Part Two of the interview I did with the Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association * How did you become acquainted with Tai Chi? Please decribe your particular background with the practice and how you got to where...

Tai Chi and Psychotherapy – 07/08/19

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 220 In 2008, I was interviewed by Robert O’Block, the Founder and Publisher of The Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association.It is a magazine published quarterly for psychotherapists. The title of the article was...

Master Choy – A remembrance – 07/01/19

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 219 Master Choy – A remembrance A long forgotten incident emerged recently. I thought you might enjoy hearing a bit of history relating to Master Choy and my early Tai Chi studies that occurred around this same time of year in...