27 Feb

Goulin Qigong Walk Workshop This coming Saturday, March 3rd 9:30 – 11:30 AM Paul Carlson Memorial Park, Culver City

Dear Tai Chi Friends,

You are invited to participate in the
Goulin Qigong Walk Workshop

Saturday March 3rd,
9:30 – 11:30 AM
Paul Carlson Memorial Park, Culver City. MAP
At the center of the park

Friends and family are welcome to join.
No experience in Tai Chi or Qigong is needed.
The fee for this workshop is $20 per person.

Saturday’s regular classes will resume on March 10th

The Goulin walk is a wind-breathing-walking-meditation method
designed to fight off disease, boost the immune system, and improve
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Dear Tai Chi Friends,

You are invited to participate in the
Goulin Qigong Walk Workshop

Saturday March 3rd,
9:30 – 11:30 AM
Paul Carlson Memorial Park, Culver City. MAP
At the center of the park

Friends and family are welcome to join.
No experience in Tai Chi or Qigong is needed.
The fee for this workshop is $20 per person.

Saturday’s regular classes will resume on March 10th

The Goulin walk is a wind-breathing-walking-meditation method
designed to fight off disease, boost the immune system, and improve
health and well being. It’s simple, efficient, and very effective.

Preliminary resources:

http://www.qigongchinesehealth.com/walking_qigong

 

Please let us know if you are planing to participate.

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11 Sep

NEW Community Qigong and Tai Chi Class in Culver City

We are happy to introduce our NEW Community Class every Sunday  9:30am- 10:30am @ Dr. Paul Carlson Memorial Park in Culver City  New Students are welcome! Foundation, Qigong, Old Yang style Tai Chi 1st set practice.   Community Class is open to everyone and is donation based. Suggested donation $5 – $10   * ( New Students please call to reserve your spot : 323-543-5923 )

Meet us on the east south side of the park  4236 -4239  Motor Ave, Culver City, CA 90232  Look out for out teacher Tommy,  Be Like Water Tai Chi

27 Apr

Practicing the 8 stands (Long fist) at the Colorado Center, Santa Monica CA

Today at our early morning Tai Chi class, we’ve practiced the 8 stands ( Long fist ) at the Colorado Center, Santa Monica.  Strengthening our foundation and better understanding the principles that govern Tai Chi Chuan.  Naturally extending your muscles ligaments and tendons expending one’s mobility and well being.  Exercise to maintain health and prevent illness.

As an old Chinese medicine proverb say: “Every 1/2 inch of ligaments stretched can extend life span by 10 healthy years”.

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22 Mar

Qigong and Tai Chi class in Holmby Park, Westwood

Today, Wednesday March 22nd, we had our morning Qigong and Tai Chi class at the beautiful Holmby Park in Westwood, CA .  We practiced the 8 stands for greater understanding of our postures, open our meridian lines, improving the energy flow, improving our health.  We also worked on Move, Parry and Punch (Ban Lan Chui) from the old Yang Style Tai Chi first set.

22 Mar

Practicing San Shou

In our Tuesday morning Tai Chi class at the Colorado Center in Santa Monica, we practice Yang Style San Shou. Practicing this 2 person form improves student’s understanding of the long form.

21 Jan

Our New Blog!

blogTpicI’m very excited to share our new website with you and the world. It has been long time in the making. Finally through the wonderful help of Shaleah it is now realized.

It has been a year and a half since the conception of Be Like Water Tai Chi.  In addition to a core of dedicated students and steady class schedule; we now have a more robust online presence with social media and an upgraded site. This is a place to promote our school, welcome new students, communicate about martial art, history, and share the numerous health benefits, wellness and mindfulness aspects of Tai Chi.  The site will also serve as a place for the school community to connect, keep in touch with each other and the teachers, study and follow their own progress.

Tai Chi brought Harmony to my life. I was able to build mind and body awareness that kept me away from chronic and debilitating pain caused by Sciatic pinched nerve, and brought happiness and joy by making better choices in my life.  The Tai Chi practice shows me how to let go of tension, how to open my mind and allow natural energy flow through my body. Tai Chi restores order, which in turn brings healing energy and positive outlook on life, restful and energetic existence. Daily practice boosts my immune system making me more resistant to disease. Having the physical, mental and spiritual tools has opened a door for profound self-improvement.  I am looking forward for new places to be revealed.