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Six Years Ago Today

The dates of tragic events tend to stick in peoples minds. It is said that emotion enhances memory and I know first hand this is true. I remember every detail of Jan 02, 2002. It is the day myself and so many others lost the man who was very much a father figure to all of us.
I'm sure everyone knows I'm talking about Da' Shifu Al Moore, the man who made Shou' Shu' what it is today.

Five Years

 

It's here. Finally!

It feels like forever and at the same time feels like only a few days ago. In reality it was exactly five years. On August 9, 2002 at 5:00 PM we met with Marylin Moore and informed her that we were leaving the organization. While I think the general perception among most was that it was the end for us, we insisted it was the beginning, and we were right.

Resolution

RESOLUTION:
Main Entry:
res•o•lu•tion Pronunciation: \ˌre-zə-ˈlü-shən\ Function: noun Etymology:
Middle English resolucioun, from Anglo-French or Latin; Anglo-French resolucion, from Latin resolution-, resolutio, from resolvere
Date:
14th century
1: the act or process of resolving: as a: the act of analyzing a complex notion into simpler ones
HMMM, Kinda like teaching Shou Shu?

Well as the Chinese Lunar New Year approaches I am forced to think about the year past and the resolutions for the year to come.

Parent Leadership Award

On May 15, 2007 Shun Shifu Phil Weaver and Shifu Liz Weaver were honored with a Certificate of Recognition from The Prevent Child Abuse Calaveras Council and Parent's Anonymous, Inc. At a special ceremony Phil and Liz were presented this award for demonstrating strong parent leadership, and making a positive difference in the lives of children and families.

Sheng Chi on TV

Sheng Chi was recently featured on the local Calaveras County Television show

What's She Up to Now!

Hosted by Tammy Beilstein

If you didn't catch it on cable you can view it here on the site by going

Sheng Chi Kung Fu on What's She up to Now!

 

Free Martial Arts Training for Veterans

In an effort to help returning soldiers more easily assimilate into society after returning from duty, the Sheng Chi Training Center is offering free martial arts training to veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Classes will be offered for the remainder of the year.

PTSD and Shou' Shu'

<p>I've been pretty involved lately in PTSD researchto figure out why shou shu is so beneficial. I've come up with a lot. I've just put up this page at hubpages on it.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="http://hubpages.com/hub/Post-Traumatic-Stress-Help">PTSD and Shou' Shu'</a></p><p>It just touches on my findings out there on the web. If anyone is interested in helping out with this research and such I'd be very appreciative.

If We're Going to Have National Health Care Then Let's Do it Right

<p>This is an email from Bill Douglas. Bill Douglas has worked tirelessly to promote Tai Chi and Chi Kung for it's health benefits. we have been supporting him for years. I think he's onto something here and I'd like to support him as much as possible in this endeavor.

On behalf of the Valley Springs Area Business Association

As Chairwoman of The Valley Springs Area Business Association Christmas Parade. I would like to thank all the people who voulnteer their time to make my job easy.

 

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