Tai Chi Push Hands Workshop led by Don Miller at 9:15-11:15am on October 26, 2018
Participants in this Group will use partner exercises and push hands drills to explore and build various T’ai Chi related skills that cannot be developed using just the solo form. We will use a variety of structured partner exercises as well as push hands drills and free-form push hands to build our flow and sensitivity. The emphasis with all of this will be on building our awareness and our ability to work with energy.
Don Ethan Miller, executive director of Brookline Tai Chi, is one of America’s most experienced and respected master-instructors of Tai Chi and Chinese gongfu. Don has studied and taught martial arts and other methods of healing and self-development for over forty years. Don has taught thousands of students in the US and Canada, and is known for his innovative, hands-on teaching methods and his unique ability to make authentic traditional Asian arts accessible to Americans. He is also a prizewinning poet, journalist, and screenwriter; and a cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College.
Workshop fee is $50. For more information, contact Leslie Lowe or Tom Yelton.