Saturday, September 21, 2019
The Greater Washington Area Autumn Sensing-Hands Get-Together
At our last two Sensing-Hands Get-Together we have opened with a Ladies Only hour.
Both events were well attended and people seemed to really enjoy the opportunity to share.
We got a lot of possitive feedback. The Girl-power helped soften the stmosphere.
We are eager to do it again.
We are happy to add a Ladies only hour to our next quarterly Push-Hands Gathering on
September 21 at the David Chen Memorial Tai Chi Court.
I hope more sisters will join us and make this event even more successful.
The event is open to all levels and styles. Come share and learn with old and new friends.
"The aim of push-hands should not be victory, but refining process." .............David C Chen
Saturday, September 21
1-2 PM Ladies only
2-6 PM All are welcome
David C. Chen Memorial Tai Chi Court at Cabin John Regional Park
7400 Tuckerman Lane, Rockville, MD.
Rain or Shine
More information contact
Joanne Chang at Joanne@wuweitaichi.com
A New Tai Chi Court is being built in Redding, California ---
Inspired by the David C Chen Memorial Tai Chi Court in Maryland, a California Tai Chi group has completed the final
approval stage to build a new Tai Chi Court in Redding, CA. The "Redding Tai Chi Meditation Garden" will be located
next to the Sundial Bridge - a pedestrian bridge over the Sacramento River. This is such a beautiful project.
If you can spare $20 or $100 or $500, please show your generosity and make a tax deductible contribution to this wonderful project.
If you ever needed an excuse to visit beautiful northern California or pay less taxes, this is it.
To donate directly please send a check to:
"Shasta County Arts Council" and in the memo line please write:"Tai Chi Garden Project".
Redding Tai Chi
144 Hartnell Ave
Redding, CA 96002
More details about the project are on Facebook including how to donate (search for "Redding Tai Chi Meditation Garden Project").
You can also go to the website:
Monthly Tai Chi Events Bulletin
to see push-hands video clip of David and a friend ---
Senior students exchanging their sensing skills at
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