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Tai Chi Y3D128: Ward-Off Right

Poetry again today, or at least an attempt at it.  It was a good practice, although I felt compelled to do the tai chi form all the way through a second time.   203 more words


Review: Man of Tai Chi

“You are nothing,” Donaka Mark says, to “Tiger” Chen.
“I am nothing,” responds Tiger, ready.

Man of Tai Chi

©2013 Universal Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, China Flim Co. 522 more words


Brooklyn Ball Factory

There is a little place in Brooklyn, NY called the Brooklyn Ball Factory. It is a restaurant and the balls in question are meatballs. The restaurant is located in the middle of a block of old brick buildings that has seen better times – if they saw them even then. 251 more words

Tai Chi

Pushing hands trains you to listen to (feel) the opponent’s Jing, understand it, neutralize is, and then counterattack. – Dr. Yang Jwing Ming

RNLI show and Tai Chi taster at Cove Burgh Hall

A highlight of the local year is drawing near for local gardeners and bakers, with the RNLI flower show at Cove Burgh Hall.

And there will soon be weekly Tai Chi classes at the hall, with the first one a free taster session. 114 more words


Tai Chi Y3D127: Ward Off Left

It’s less hot today than yesterday, but I still got sweaty from today’s practice. And I wasn’t entirely satisfied with the first go-through of my tai chi form, so I did it a second time. 214 more words


Letting Yourself Dissolve – Cloud Hands

Of all exotic patterns in the various Tai Chi styles, few are more exotic than the energy-collecting moves of what most forms term “Cloud Hands.” Moreover, you can tell quite accurately how long a person has been practicing Tai Chi just by watching them perform the Cloud Hands pattern in the middle of some complex series of moves. 405 more words

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