Ongoing courses: Wuji & Taiji

If you’ve ever thought about exploring the health and wellness benefits of Taijiquan (Tai Chi), now is always the best time! I’m excited to introduce two online courses I’m teaching that anyone can take safely at home.


[STILLNESS] Wuji Qigong is a 4-week course that introduces you to a Standing Meditation practice that:

      1. offers numerous health benefits including postural improvement, stress reduction and immunity boost, to name a few; and
      2. builds a solid foundation for Taijiquan and other martial arts training. 

In addition to instructions on body alignment, mind work techniques, this course also includes weekly worksheets to help you build a daily practice routine in small, manageable steps. Check out what graduates say about how this course has exceeded their expectations and how they have benefited from this practice.

This course is open for enrollment on an ongoing basis.

[MOVEMENT] Introduction to Chen Style Taijiquan is a 14-week course that introduces you to:

      1. Taijiquan (Tai Chi) fundamentals applicable across styles and lineages; and 
      2. the first section of Chen Family Taijiquan Laojia Yilu (Old Frame First Routine), one of the oldest forms of Taijiquan.  

This course can be taken synchronously or asynchronously: 

      • LIVE CLASSES will be held on Fridays, 2pm – 4pm US Pacific Time (time zone converterMay 14 – August 13, 2021. Registration for this option is open through May 23 but best to enroll before the first live class!  
      • RECORDINGS of live classes will be released by Saturday 2pm US Pacific Time (time zone converter). Registration for this option will remain open for self-paced learning. 

Additional information about this course, including FAQs and a lesson previews, can be viewed on the course website:

Whether you regain your center through stillness or movement, each course offers one and a little bit of the other. Is today the day you decide to try out and see what these ancient arts (Taiji and Qigong) are and what they can offer you? 


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Online Courses Have Begun!

After a year of hiatus and recalibration, I am back to teaching! April is the beginning of my online school, Moving Stillness, and what better way to start than with a course on stillness, the Wuji Qigong

The inaugural cohort, composed of both beginners and students with years of meditation and/or taijiquan practices, have been learning and practicing for two weeks. At the end of the first week, 6 out of 10 who answered a short reflection questionnaire felt they were “definitely more confident than before the course” about setting up the Wuji posture and adjusting the alignment themselves. A number of people found the weekly practice planner helpful, and some said establishing a new daily routine was “easier” or “more manageable” than they had thought. 

Enrollment for the Wuji course is closed until May 1, but you can get on the waitlist by signing up for email notification on the course website.  

New courses that I plan to release in the coming months include: 

  • Taijiquan Introduction / Foundations Series:
    • Cloud Hands (Taijiquan Chan Si Gong / Silk Reeling Exercises)
    • Chen Family Taijiquan Laojia Yilu for Beginners
    • The Five Steps and Eight Energies in Taijiquan (Wu Bu Ba Fa)
  • Classic Qigong Series
    • Liu Zi Jue (Six Healing Sounds)
    • Yi Jin Jing (The Tendon Transformation Canon)

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