Here is the email I sent to everybody I had an email address from past classes at South. So far there are three people signed up for the advanced class and none for the beginners class. Nobody signed up since … Continue reading →
20 min tai chi and 14 AT this morning. Page 13 of the Cheng–Smith book, “Your tongue should be held against the hard palate (roof of the mouth) and your mouth lightly closed.” I think I will accept this as … Continue reading →
20 min tai chi and 9 AT this morning. Dropped the rock a lot! Did the form, the usual wall squat, da lu, rock walk and circle hands.
47 min tai chi and 13 AT this morning. And I’ve always said if you can’t remember the url, the web address of the Professor’s video, just Google it. I watched a student of mine do that and he got … Continue reading →
10 min tai chi, 11 min AT this morning. I have a student whose knees are shot and has sciatica. And he has decided after three lessons that he can’t do this. I suggested that he shouldn’t do it, that … Continue reading →
Got 15 min of tai chi and 13 AT this morning. Wall squat is going well again. I have a new student who says her tai chi teacher has 5 gold medals in China’s nationwide push hands competition. I’m happy … Continue reading →
Got 47 min tai chi and 10 min AT. Wired the rock walk and have made significant progress on the wall squat. Which did not seem to the case for the past week! In my sword practice I decided I … Continue reading →
10 min tai chi and 2 of AT this morning. Very poor attention. It carried over to New Orleans and got just a little mindful rock walking done before Aedh started push hands practice in his regular class. That is … Continue reading →
48 min tai chi and 15 AT this morning. The rock stayed dead center on my head without adjustment or falling from the standing thru the da lu! Felt good!
I am starting my teaching in NOLA this coming Wed and I have one student so far (only 4 slots left!) and one appointment early next month. Quite a few hits on the website and some inquiries, so hopefully it … Continue reading →