I have been teaching T’ai Chi Chih since 1985 at Goddard Riverside Community Center. This is both a residence for seniors as well as a community center for non residence to take classes and have a place to call “neighborhood hangout” in a very busy Upper West Side area in Manhattan.
The members who come to my class really rely on the weekly T’ai Chi Chih class to help them unwind and relax and recalibrate and work on their balance, both internally and externally. Classes are on hold due to Covid-19.
I also taught for three years at the Mount Sinai Cancer Center on W 15th St. A good citizen provided a grant because she wanted people with cancer to have the opportunity to do Qigong. I presented T’ai Chi Chih, a wonderful Qigong form (originated by Justin Stone) and got the job. The regular students really benefited.
I have also been teaching “in-house” in my apartment building as I have many retired neighbors wanting to improve their health and well -being. Again, due to Covid-19, we have had to take a hiatus.
I am about to renovate a new living space and move there. In a way, the timing is great as I really need to focus on that project and its success.
I continue to practice T’ai Chi Chih (and other very important and interesting things; see my website).
I so look forward to when we can once again do a physical practice together. In the meantime, I am happy to direct students to intrepid T’ai Chi Chih teachers doing virtual classes. I must shepherd my energies right now for the renovation project.
I am so grateful for having T’ai Chi Chih in my life.
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