A Tai Chi Journey – 1/25/21

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip – #302 A Tai Chi Journey I love hearing from my fellow Tai Chi players. Many write to ask me how long will it take to learn the forms – short, long, partner, etc. Here is my answer. It all depends. One can never guess, nor...

True and False – 1/18/21

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 301 True and False If you are like most people I know, you are very tired of hearing about “Fake news”. How about this. I have a large pasture in front of my house. There used to be Scottish Highland cattle grazing there. So...

A Milestone – Training Tip #300

A Milestone – Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 300  During the pandemic, most people are not moving around as much as they used to. Lots of sitting. Then, knowing one’s body needs exercise, they get out and overdo. They end up stiff and sore, and then end...

Odds and Ends – 1/4/21

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 299 The Pacific Northwest has a reputation for being cold and damp, with lots of wind. On New Years week-end we had our 180th Tai Chi session in Chetzemoka Park without missing a single meeting since we started this Covid induced...

Yin Turns to Yang – Last Tip of the Year – 12/28/2020

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 298 Yin Turns to Yang – Last Tip of the Year Congratulations to you and me. Me, for starting my sixth year of Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tips, and you for reading them and encouraging me to keep going. I always say that it is...
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