You are Invited to
Spring 2020 Tunings
Growing Bamboo | Stalking the Fox
A spring at-home training
21 days | March 21 - April 10
This spring the TCF is offering you a choice of tunings!
Spring is a season of planning and decision-making
and making choices.
Which of these tunings best supports your path on Earth?
Which is most fitting for your growth and development?
Would you like to do one or both in one day? Or finish one and then do the other?
It will be rewarding however you choose to do it.
As the Chinese say: "
no punishment or judgment on your actions in spring time.
To read more about the Spring tuning, go to
Who Can Attend:
This tuning is open to everyone.
No previous experience is required.
Developing root and an upright connection between heaven and earth
Agility in body and mind
Loosening ligaments and tendons
An active relaxation
An inner sense of when to start and stop,
when it is enough
Improving vision on all levels
Revitalizing your Body - Mind - Spirit or Quality of Life
A donation to the Tai Chi Foundation from participants
would be appreciated.
Here's how to donate:
Click the DONATE button below.Click on the amount you wish to donate, fill out the form and click
"Growing Bamboo" or "Stalking the Fox."
Simple Steps to Tune Up for Spring
- Register by clicking on the Register Now for Tuning button below. We just need your email address, first and last name. We will not solicit, share, or give away your contact information. You can opt out at any time.
- You will immediately be registered. Go to www.taichituning.com/video for more information and the videos.
- Periodically throughout the 21 days of the Tuning you will receive an email from Margaret Olmsted, one of our teachers.
- Following the Tuning in May you will be invited to complete a short, online questionnaire.
Forward the email to your friends and family
and get everyone involved!
Join us as we grow together!
Gerrie Sporken, Margaret Olmsted
Pat Gorman (in spirit)
and the Tai Chi Foundation
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T'ai Chi Foundation, Pat Gorman, and Gerrie Sporken