Autumn: My Favorite Time of the Year

Autumn is my favorite time of the year. I enjoy visiting local cider mills and drinking freshly pressed apple cider as well as tasting delicious warm donuts. They never taste as good as on a cool sunny autumn day.  Blake’s cider mill is a tradition. What a beautiful background for some healthy Tai Chi forms. Nothing beats inhaling fresh clean air. Combining that with some deep breathing exercises is priceless.

Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu (Eddie) visits Motor City

Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu visited on Friday, September 22, and held a special advanced Tai Chi workshop in Metro Detroit. This special workshop was for disciples of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Federation. Topics included form refinement, breathing exercises, also known as Qi Gong exercises, as well deeper understanding of Chi development. It was a demanding seminar,  and as always, Grandmaster Wu makes it look so easy. We are very fortunate that Master Wu takes time out of his busy schedule to visit with us. 

Advanced Tai Chi Training in Toronto

I was very fortunate to be able to train with advanced level Disciples at Wu's Tai Chi Chuan Academy in Toronto last weekend. To my surprise, Friday night's class was actually taught be Grand Master Eddie Wu. It never seems to amaze me how effortless Master Wu performs Tai Chi movements. Besides intensive training, I also enjoyed traditional Szechuan food in Chinatown. After three days of training I was ready to head back to Detroit.