Interruptions Without Breaks

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The last few years have contained many changes for me in a wide variety of ways. I’ve made some physical moves, from place to place. I have changed the focus of my profession. I’ve added things, released things and recovered … Continued

Tai Chi and Seniors

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A couple years ago, I saw an article titled, “Tai Chi Keeps Seniors Moving.” I realized I fit into the “senior” category! The article talks about the benefits of Tai Chi for the senior population. As we turn the calendar on … Continued

Sit, Stand, or Hold-on?

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Since moving to NYC, we have become experienced public transportation riders. We ride the train, the subway, the ferry and the bus. And as a people-watcher, I try and pay attention to how people behave on mass transit. There are … Continued

Tai Chi and Older Martial Artists

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I am coming up on the 25th anniversary on my starting martial arts training. Over the years, I have trained with different intensities, different desires and passions, different physical capabilities, different goals, and different consistencies. I began when I was … Continued

Try a Tai Chi Class

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Are you looking for a way to tone your body? Are you looking for a way to relax your mind? Are you trying to find a way to reduce stress? Try a Tai Chi class! Tai Chi is shown to … Continued

Olympic Camp 2016

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From August 8th to August 12th, the Moravian Churches an Staten Island hosted on Olympic Camp for middle-school age youth. It was noticed last summer that there was not a lot of activities for this age group. There were camps … Continued

Integrating Your Martial Arts

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I recently came across this article about Chinese martial arts and how the approach should be one of integration. The article talks about three (3) different possible approaches to a situation: first the fighter (punching and kicking), second the wrestler, and third … Continued

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