Looking Back: Our Own Dragon History!

Looking Back: Our Own Dragon History!

The Lunar New Year begins this Saturday, February 10th. 2024 is the Year of the Wood Dragon. But did you know that the Taichi Tao Center has a dragon in its own history? Here’s the story first-hand from Master Bob Krzemienski and Master Nancy Grizzle, who were...
Where Did All These Taichi Styles Come From?

Where Did All These Taichi Styles Come From?

How many Taichi styles should you learn? Accumulating many styles of Taichi is no different from collecting many different styles of pens. If someone claims that his ability to practice in many styles means that he really knows the true art of Taichi, he is just as...
The Story Behind the Cheng Man Ching Photo!

The Story Behind the Cheng Man Ching Photo!

When they see this old picture floating around, many people ask us if Master Waysun Liao was a student of Cheng Man Ching. Actually, they were just friends. Master Liao was already an accomplished master and in college when he met Cheng Man Ching in Taiwan. Cheng used...
Saying Good-Bye to Student, Teacher, and Author, Jennifer St. John

Saying Good-Bye to Student, Teacher, and Author, Jennifer St. John

The Taichi Tao Center shares a sad farewell to one of our long-distance students, respected Taichi teacher, and author, Jennifer St. John, who passed away on December 7th, 2018. Jennifer St. John was one of the co-founders and leaders of the House of TaiJi in Fort...
Honoring Master Barry Brownstein: Farewell

Honoring Master Barry Brownstein: Farewell

Above: Master Barry Brownstein assists Master Waysun Liao in demonstrating Taichi at the most recent Tucson seminar. The Taichi Tao Center lost a valued friend and member with the passing of Master Barry Brownstein this weekend (1/6/2018) in Tucson, Arizona. Master...