Tai Chi Easy with Robin, Late Spring

Dear Qi Friends, As many of you know, I completed my 200 hour training program with the IIQTC, the institute for Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, in April.  Here I am with my teacher, Dr. Roger Jahnke, after our rather informal graduation ceremony. Having reviewed the entire curriculum, I am excited to bring some new [...]

The Cloud in the Paper–Reflections on the Small Universe

Thich Nhat Hanh, the Vietnamese Buddhist Monk and teacher, known to his students as Thay, wrote: If you are a poet, you will see clearly that there is a cloud floating in this sheet of paper. Without a cloud, there will be no rain: without rain, the trees cannot grow: and without trees, we cannot make [...]

Tai Chi Year in Review

Dear Tai Chi Friends, My tai chi journey has been remarkable and full of unexpected gifts.  To each of you, I offer this Metta, or loving-kindness prayer.  It can be said internally while sitting quietly. You start with the pronoun “I,” then repeat the prayer using the pronoun”You”  while visualizing a loved one. Next you [...]

My Tai Chi Journey

Tai Chi and Qigong have been instrumental in guiding me as I find my path–my way forward at this stage of life. I have been making art and working as an art educator since 1979 when I completed my BFA in art education at Boston University. I have always loved to move, whether it be while [...]