Focus on Legs – 10/17/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 389 Focus on Legs This week in the park, we have been taking a deep look into the rotators of the hips. This is one of, if not the most, important areas of the body for Tai Chi practice – for smooth, even, balanced, effective...

Essential Energies and Time – 10/10/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 388 The Thirteen Essential Energies    I received an e-mail from someone following the web lessons. He asked about the Thirteen Essential Energies. I told him I would cover them in the next lesson, so here is a brief discussion on...

Exploring Three Dantiens – 10/3/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 387 Great Session – Exploring Three Dantiens Boy, oh, boy! We had such a good session this morning. It was somewhat cloudy, but mild. Good Tai Chi weather. Let me share it with you. One of my old students, (Riggan is her...

Challenge – 9/26/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 386 Challenge This week in the park, it felt like the change of seasons. We started out in our usual place, an open field, and it started to drizzle. It has been so dry that it was welcome, but our usual solution to rain is to go...

Laughing and Crying – 9/19/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 386 Laughing and Crying The serious Tai Chi player views life in the terms of yin and yang. He is always seeking to understand how to find balance in life – not too much of this or that. Moderation in all things. Mother...

Allowing Change/New Schedule October – 9/12/22

Monday Morning Tai Chi Training Tip # 385 Allowing Change Tai Chi and Chi Kung have been used for a long time to aid an individual in his or her quest for physical, mental, and spiritual growth. We practice and hope for positive results. We feel better after practice...