curriculum

01 S.1
02 S.2
03 S.3 [include. Snake1]
04.1 st.00
04.2 st.01
04.3 tortoise withdraws head into shell(of Chi)
04.4 v2
04.5 + repeaters  In essence Yuan-Chi Tai-Chi means Shri Paramachaitanya. Spiral, uplifting movement. [Aron Thu, 6 Feb]
04.6 snake2
04.7 revise poses
04.8 “leans in S.3”
04.9 revise form backwards
04.10 warm-up exercises
04.11 padkok sau – 8 positions
04.12 eyes follow hands / 108
04.13 limp hands on outstroke

1. Earth feet
1.1 heel pivots
1.2 flatten weighted foot
1.3 Earth insubstantial foot
1.4 lift unweighted foot, drop unweighted heel, drop unweighted foot
1.5 lift unweighted foot, drop unweighted heel, drop unweighted foot
1.6 lift unweighted foot, drop unweighted heel, drop foot ’til 50:50: = 3 weight shifts
_back-stance to R.bow & arrow 1.left>right 2.right>left 3.left->right
1.7 make ’tile’ hand
1.8 soft feet to release
1.9 4. Constant rate or Yun
1.10 A1{C M-C} / brush knee
1.11 C M-C’s 44 / S.1   C M-C has formality of Shri Rama.
1.12 return to natural orientation before moving your feet__the weave of the Dragon is 3.1/2 turns

2.2 Instructor of Novices

3-0 Apprentice Instructor

3-2 master of apprentices

4.00 Rover

4.50 Scout

5.0 Guide

6.0 Advisor

7.0 sifu

 

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