Monday, September 19, 2022

MMTCA October Newsletter 2022


Yang Shao-hou

“Life isn’t measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”

-Author Unknown

 

October/Rocktober! What an amazing month to be alive! Get outside and see the beauty of Autumn.

 

Saturday, October 1st will begin our fall schedule. All classes will be indoors at St Sahag.    http://saintsahag.org/ Here is the new schedule:


Tuesday 6-8PM = Solo Form, Applications, Push-Hands, Weapons and review, 5 Element Linking Form, Pa-Kua Sword

Wednesday 630-730 = zoom

Thursday 6-8PM = Solo Form, Applications, Push-Hands, Taiji Saber, 8 Inner Palms

Saturday 9-1030AM = Solo Form, Applications, Push-Hands, Taiji Saber

 

If you are feeling safe and want to return to in-person classes, now is the time! You can message me or call if you have any questions.

 

St Sahag Dance Studio, our current home.

I’m adding two zoom Pushing-Hands classes in October and November. The dates for October are the 10th and the 24th, 630-730PM. I will also be experimenting with these classes and try to find the best times and days for the most people. Even if these don’t work for you in October, please weigh in on what days and times are best for you.

Book suggestion= Chen Wei-ming’s Compendium on Taiji Sword translated by Bradford Tyrey

https://www.amazon.com/Chen-Wei-Mings-Compendium-Taiji-Sword/dp/1541338693/ref=sr_1_2?qid=1663619084&refinements=p_27%3ABradford+Tyrey&s=books&sr=1-2

 

I am conducting private lessons and personal coaching both in person, and on zoom. Email, text, or call me for an appointment.

Check out my podcasts, lessons, and historical videos on my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtlwnHdNjN-Dd5Hjsi3akYQ

Thank you again for your support and appreciation. Come back to class, relax and sink, and let’s make this an incredible Fall exploring all the benefits and mysteries of Taiji.

 

-Sifu Ray

 

“What can we do but keep on breathing in and out, modest and willing, and in our places?”

-Mary Oliver

 

Contact info

my phone- 1-218-341-9894

 

email= skrayhayward@gmail.com

 

blog= rayhayward.com

 

website=  mindfulmotiontaichi.com

 

facebook= Mindful Motion Tai-Chi Academy

 

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YouTube= Ray Hayward, the Inspired Teacher

 

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Twitter- Ray Hayward 1988

 

my books at Lulu= lulu.com/spotlight/Ray_Hayward

 

my books on Amazon= amazon.com/author/rayhayward

 

my Patreon page= patreon.com/rayhayward

 

Instagram= Ray Hayward, or, ataoistsufitemplardruidviking

 

Business address,

P. O. Box 28295

Oakdale, MN 55128



 

 

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