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Two methods to help learn Qigong and Tai Chi movement and forms

In classes I see students struggle with forms and individual movements.  The patterns and timing are new to them and their memory for each fails them more often than not. Read more…

You create your own Qigong, yes you do

OK, disclaimer.  Some of you may get this right off,  some of you may roll your eyes.  But that’s because, well, read on to see.

I took a course years ago by the name of Increase.  We went as a family one weekend during my college years.  It was perfect timing, right in the midst of my experimental years.  (been there, done that). Read more…

Stillness and pulsing: moving without moving: great meditation work

The principal of yin yang is opposites.  Light-dark, hot-cold, male-female and so on.

You also have movement and stillness Read more…

I prefer being formless, cause I find it a more enjoyable journey

Short but to the point,  I teach Tai Chi and Qigong movement and principles.

I get questioned a lot on who my master was and what forms and styles I studied and teach. Read more…

You don’t know what something feels like till you feel it

This headline for this post,  You don’t know what something feels like till you feel it, can hold true for many things in life, and is especially true in Tai Chi and Qigong.

Chi or Qi, what am I supposed to feel? Read more…