Recognizing Impermanence

Recognizing Impermanence

  The Cambridge dictionary defines impermanence as “the state of not lasting for ever or not lasting for a long time.” Let’s ponder this—not lasting for ever or a long time—we know this, and yet do we recognize it? At times, maybe, when someone we know dies...
Leaning into the Light with Our Hearts

Leaning into the Light with Our Hearts

Sunday, June 23 from 6:30-8:30pm Wheeler Historic Farm   This is a women-only event, and a collaboration with my dear friends at Soul Flower Events. Join us outside for this summer solstice event and learn how to lean into your light within and notice if you are...
Movement with Wild Horses

Movement with Wild Horses

Tuesday evening, June 18, from 6:30-7:30 pm Wild Heart Sanctuary in Park City   I am excited to welcomed back to lead a session in Qigong and Tai Chi. We will be outside for this event, slowing down and connecting with our bodies while the horses choose to...
10 Years of Chi Moments!

10 Years of Chi Moments!

  I thought it would be fun to share one insight from each year. I chose ones that stood out for me when I reread them. I invite you to read any and all that you feel called to do so. Please know, I am still writing because of you. My heart is full of gratitude...
Engaging Leads to Transcending

Engaging Leads to Transcending

Saturday, April 27, was the 25th anniversary of World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD). Tai Chi and Qigong practitioners around the world practiced and shared their good ‘Qi’ (Chi) at 10am, starting in New Zealand and ending 26 hours later in Hawaii. The main downtown...
Change Without Grace

Change Without Grace

Easter Sunday, I opened an email from Sifu Clair, my Tai Chi brother, letting us know (with a link to a news article) that our beloved building, which we knew as encompassing the Red Lotus School of Movement and Urgyen Samten Ling (USL) Buddhist temple, had begun to...
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Events

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Events

One World, One Breath   Starting in New Zealand at 10am and ending in Hawaii at 10am (26+ hours later!?), Tai Chi and Qigong practitioners around the world in more than 80 countries, begin a group warm-up practice at 9:30am, then break-out to practice their...
Shift or Change?

Shift or Change?

I have been pondering these two words, shift and change. Below you’ll find definitions I extracted from a longer article about their differences from thecontentauthority.com Shift A shift is a subtle or gradual change in something. It can refer to a change in...
Experiential Science

Experiential Science

  “Words don’t teach, experience does.” ~Abraham Hicks   I often refer to the quote above, when practicing Qigong/Tai Chi. To me, the experience of both modalities is what keeps me coming back to learn more. It’s been 25+ years, since I went to my first free...
Learning Tai Chi from Sifu Toni

Learning Tai Chi from Sifu Toni

Tai Chi & Qigong have been a major part of my rehabilitation and every day life—following a major life changing event on December 19, 2019. I was in a car accident that occurred in an intersection on black ice, in Wisconsin.  First and foremost, I am blessed to be...