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...

I Ching/Summer Schedule Update – 6/24/19

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 218 I Ching or Book of Changes  The I Ching is one of the most profound and philosophically important books ever written. It is attributed to Fu Hsi, around 2000 BCE, in what is now China. It is the first book to describe and...

Meditation in Motion – 6/17/19

Monday Morning Training Tip #216 Tai Chi Chuan – Meditation in Motion There a many types of formal, systematized meditation techniques. From opening the body, to opening the heart, to opening the mind, there is a technique for everyone. I started meditating in my life...

Dealing With Problems the Tai Chi Way/Sat Workshop – 6/10/19

Dealing With Problems the Tai Chi Way I think that one of the worst short-comings of the mind is that we often fail to see the beginnings of really big problems because the forms in which they arise are right before our eyes. In our bodies, as in the environment, we...
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