Barry Fishman's Poetry:
Supreme Ultimate Fist The Ultimate Illusion: Being Right Side Up
Barry's poems are an inspiration and a reflection of his dedication to T'ai Chi practice and its benefits. He is a student of Sophia Delza, and a Wu Style practitioner residing in New York. You can reach him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There's a wonderful overview of the Health Benefits of Tai Chi from Harvard Women's Health Watch.
”T’ai Chi Benefits Patients with Parkinson”s is an article published in the New York Times by Tara Parker-Pope
”For Health Benefits, Try T’ai Chi” is an encouraging article featured in U.S. News & World Report by Courtney Rubin
Chi Flow's Facebook page is up and running. If you're socially inclined, visit us, and see what were posting from around the web.
Mike Muratore's Comedy (website): The Only Legit Martial Arts Comedian. Mike is definitely not afraid to speak his mind or upset your apple cart. For good or for bad, he is "Mikey Ruthless."
An Open Letter from Dr. Zhuang Yuan Ming, creator of Liangong about the Wen Mei Yu Liangong videos
The First Chi Flow Newsletter in which I rebuke practitioner George Xu (Xu Guo Ming) about moving from inside to outside, or from the waist, instead of naturally from outside to inside and keeping the waist at the center of all movements (begins on p. 1).
Another Chi Flow Newsletter in which I take aim at so called "Masters" in a Temple Ciy park whose followers hold their "Masters" up sky high and give them far too much credence (begins on p. 9).
This is a link to Teacher Ma Yueh Liang doing the Fast Set in Germany in the late eighties. This is a great example of precision and momentum being joined together in solo forms practice. It also leads to questions for Wu Stylists featured on the cover of tai chi and related martial arts magazines as being lineage holders such as: Why does your form look so radically different from Ma Yueh Liang's, especially if you claim any connection with him whatsoever?