We are happy to announce TCF’s new Teaching Forum. This blog has been set up for school members to post original articles and others of interest. The aim is to inspire interaction and sharing on what and how we teach. To submit articles please address your correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! Spring has arrived in the flower capital of the world! And tai chi is in full swing. Attend a weekend with Legacy Holders Sherry Kent and Gerri Sporken. Good food, good company, excellent experience! Check TCF website and click on the link to get more info.
Our ongoing work is enlivening all levels of our curriculum, from beginning through the most advanced, with ever-increasing depth, clarity, and playfulness. As our understanding and embodiment click into place, working together has never been more rewarding!
The first week, from July 20 through July 27, is for advanced students and Apprentices who are studying Push Hands 4 and above. The second week, from July 27 through August 2, is for all students, from beginners through our most advanced.
From 27 December 2012 to 5 January 2013 a dedicated group of T’ai Chi players met to study and practice together in Atlantic Beach (Jacksonville) FL. Music by “The Lost Safari Drummers” with consent of Joan and Paul Campbell.
With its integrative approach that strengthens the body while focusing the mind, tai chi addresses a range of physical and mental health issues—including bone strength, joint stability, cardiovascular health, immunity, and emotional well-being. Read more…
Great article about people with COPD. Read more. ”The improvement in balance, together with the significant improvement in lower limb quadriceps strength after Tai Chi training, shows that short-form Sun-style Tai Chi has the potential to reduce falls in people with COPD,”…..