Tuesday morning video shoot: lucy instructs Traditional Long Form, Yang 88...2 versions, back & front views
About 11 years ago, lucy had a dream that is coming true.
I decided to make it my mission in life to reach out to as many people
to teach tai chi to people from all walks of life throuout the world.
I have used my 3 T's to fulfill my life goal:
1. Teach Tai Chi
2. Use Technology to help support my teaching
3. Travel around the world to spread Aloha
Our saimin lunch was something different for us.
We dressed it up with our seaweed and other dried vegetables from Hokkaido and added some garden fresh Malibar spinach, cilantro and green onions.
Our dashi was brewed the way we were taught by our local guide
while on tour to see the lavender blossoms.
Here we are in the kupuna line at Costco Hawaii Kai...
an outing that we take once a month these days!
Grains of quinoa fluff thru so nicely to thicken a miso gravy
full of fresh okra and scallop potato.
Lightly garnished with toasted sesame seeds
This is a very informative video on tai chi.
It is well worth the 26 minutes of footage!
Mahalo, Roy for sharing this with us!
Today was a fun holiday for all 4 of us.
Andrew and Sophia slept over at Popo's
so that we could get out to the beach early at 6 o'clock bc the tide was coming in.
We not only saw pretty rainbows but fiery sunrise at Koko Head
and the valley was full of low lying clouds that looked like smoke drifting.
Gungie gave grandkids a lesson on condensation, right then and there!
Except for a few others walking the beach,
it was as if we had the beach to ourselves!
If you catch it, eat it.
Don't waste it!
Mastering any physical skill takes practice. Practice is the repetition of an action with the goal of improvement, and it helps us perform with more ease, speed, and confidence. But what does practice actually do to make us better at things? How to prac
Look who's here? Just soon as we close our form for Yang 88 practice...
ken has a helper for his morning harvest...
Colin helped Popo seal our voting ballots and put them in the mailbox,
even remembering to put the red flag up.
There was even time to gas up and oil his construction vehicles!
lucy launched her everydaytaichi.org website on her mother,
Alice Lau Lo's birthday on October 7, 2009.
everydaytaichi.org has been online for 11 years today.
Mom passed on 3 years ago on her 101 birthday, Oct. 7, 2017.
Mom was a long time elementary school teacher having taught on Lanai,
Liliokalani, Waimanalo, Aina Haina, and Koko Head.
Mom graduated from Mun Lun Chinese language school in downtown Chinatown and was very active in later years with the Lau and Lung Kong Shaw society.
Mom would go with me to all my exercise classes including
Luk Tung Kuen and tai chi classes.
Here we are in Hawaii Kai after our early morning exercise.
Click here to see her birthday events as we celebrated the birthdays of everydaytaichi.org since launching our tai chi website.
My mother continues to be my inspiration to succeed in all that I do by being that strong person that she was.
She taught us never to be afraid of challenges and to think positive and persist to reach our goals in life.
Focus primarily on your children.
Groom them the best way you can as they will carry out your dreams.
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