Tag: Tai Chi training

Consistent and Powerful Practice

October 31, 2016 0 Comments
Consistent and Powerful Practice

It is a joy for me to a Tai Chi form that calls for large and complex movements.  Right now, I’m learning Double Rainbow Fan created by the late Madame Wang Ju Ron, and continued by her daughter, Master Helen Wu. Master Wu is my teacher’s sifu (sifu:  a skillful person or master). The version provided in the link above […]

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Munching Mulberry Leaves

December 7, 2015 1 Comment
Munching Mulberry Leaves

“With time and patience, the mulberry leaf becomes a kimono.”  -Chinese Proverb Chinese legend gives the title Goddess of Silk to Lady Hsi-Ling-Shih, wife of the mythical Yellow Emperor, who was said to have ruled China in about 3000 BC. She is credited with the introduction of silkworm rearing and the invention of the loom. […]

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So You Want To Learn More

November 23, 2015 0 Comments
So You Want To Learn More

I am often asked by students for resources to further their study of Tai Chi or Qigong.  My first response is always, “Find a teacher and a mentor.”  Nothing can replace the value of one to one and group practice.  You will find the Tai Chi/Qigong community is very open and accepting.  I emphasize, you […]

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Change Monster

June 5, 2015 0 Comments
Change Monster

If you worked for me in the last 10 years, you’ve seen this illustration of the change process.  It’s from my favorite book on change management, Change Monster, by Jeanie Daniel Duck*.  When I was a corporate leader, I was accountable for innumerable changes in an organization which had a new senior managers, with new ideas, and new […]

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