The Journal is a discussion about what taiji is, how to do it and why. I hope you find these posts useful for your own practice. I began writing some years ago to contribute as a member of the taiji community, in addition to teaching beginners. Even after 20 years, I am still a beginner in so many ways—still working to grasp the essence of taijiquan through my practice. Each time I stand in Wuji marks a new beginning. Like each dawn starts a new day, or taking the first step of a journey, each practice takes you a little farther down the path—one that never really ends.
As founder and instructor of Durango Tai Chi, I have led practices regularly in Durango, Colorado and elsewhere since 2005. I have paused regular classes for the time being as I explore new possibilities. As a visiting instructor, I freely share unique perspectives and practices of tai chi and qigong.
Please Note: Due to spam attacks upon the Durango Tai Chi website, I have forwarded my tai chi pages to the Journal pages and discontinued comments and follow links. Please look for occasional new posts in the future, or subscribe to receive new posts by email. Your continued interest in the Dragon Journal and Durango Tai Chi are greatly valued.