Advice for Teachers and Students of Tai Chi – 6/13/16

Dear Students, Colleagues, and Friends. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for making my life meaningful. I lost my family at a young age, and didn’t have children, which are the normal ways people find meaning in their lives. The other way is to spend...

Facing Life and Death – 6/6/16

Greetings. Hot, sunny weather. Unusual for Port Townsend. Plants growing like crazy. I was going through some old writings, and found the following. I didn’t remember writing it but it sure fits into our Tips sharing. Be well. Tip #1 Tai Chi is about learning to...

Yin and Yang & Body Awareness – 5/30/16

Greetings. Summer is approaching. This allows us to practice in the park without having to wear so many layers of clothes. Freedom! Try and find some different places to practice outdoors while you can. It makes practice even more enjoyable. Yin and Yang These words...

Masks & The Tai Chi Body – 5/23/16

Greetings. Port Townsend is busy this week-end. Our annual Rhododendron Festival. Thousands of visitors to our little town. I tend to hide out. Pulled my first garlic, peas have flowers as do the tomatoes. Great time. I hope you enjoy this weeks offering. Do think...

Jazz – 5/16/16

Greetings. Good news. The Studio has named another instructor. His name is Matthew Campbell, and he lives in Shelton, WA, a couple of hours to the south. He has lots of experience with martial arts, being ex-military, and currently teaches Tae Kwon Do. Like the rest...