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MrFigg
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Post 11 Mar 2019

plaamook wrote:
11 Mar 2019



Id have thought you'd get your kids playing push hands. Its like a game you can get stuck into. I play with my daughter. She's 10.
Yeah I do :). I’ve got my eldest daughter doing basic push hands, seven stars, nine castles, reeling silk and free pushing.
The two younger ones I do Chan si and free pushing with which is really fun.
They’re all too small to do Da Lu with at the moment ha ha.

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plaamook
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Post 11 Mar 2019

MrFigg wrote:
11 Mar 2019
plaamook wrote:
11 Mar 2019


Yeah I do :). I’ve got my eldest daughter doing basic push hands, seven stars, nine castles, reeling silk and free pushing.
The two younger ones I do Chan si and free pushing with which is really fun.
They’re all too small to do Da Lu with at the moment ha ha.




Yeah. Mostly I think it just confuses em if there's no direct application in real terms. They're better with games and play.
So am I come to thik of it.

And Lava Lamps! (sorry for the highjack...)

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Post 16 Mar 2019

A kitten on your lap - though then you can barely move, cause who dares to wake a kitten. xD

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Post 19 Mar 2019

Anyway, this is my lava lamp...


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dioxide
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Post 19 Mar 2019

Anyone else remember this video?

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SoulState
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Post 19 Mar 2019

MrFigg wrote:
11 Mar 2019
If you’re in Edinburgh you’ve got it good man. Google Five Winds. Ian Cameron. He is the man to go to. He learned Tai Chi in the 70s from Cheng Tin Hung in Hong Kong. Seriously...do it. You won’t get a better teacher. I am actually jealous :).
Well I spoke to the geezer [Ian Cameron] today, Go for my first class on Thurs. Think I'll just sit-in first time, suss it out :cool:

Cheers Figgoid :thumbs_up:
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dioxide
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Post 19 Mar 2019

https://sites.google.com/site/skriyl/Ho ... controller

EDIT: He added more than the ones I'd seen previously. I wonder if he is still a Reason user?



MrFigg
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Post 19 Mar 2019

SoulState wrote:
19 Mar 2019
MrFigg wrote:
11 Mar 2019
If you’re in Edinburgh you’ve got it good man. Google Five Winds. Ian Cameron. He is the man to go to. He learned Tai Chi in the 70s from Cheng Tin Hung in Hong Kong. Seriously...do it. You won’t get a better teacher. I am actually jealous :).
Well I spoke to the geezer [Ian Cameron] today, Go for my first class on Thurs. Think I'll just sit-in first time, suss it out :cool:

Cheers Figgoid :thumbs_up:
Don’t be the audience man. Be the event.

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SoulState
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Post 19 Mar 2019

MrFigg wrote:
19 Mar 2019

Don’t be the audience man. Be the event.
Trust me that's one area I've never needed a prompt.

But for Martial Arts It's very important for me to get a feel for the class and the instructor. It's not like going to Zumba mate.
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Post 20 Mar 2019

dioxide wrote:
19 Mar 2019
https://sites.google.com/site/skriyl/Ho ... controller

EDIT: He added more than the ones I'd seen previously. I wonder if he is still a Reason user?


That is a pretty amazing idea! Of course I'd need more brain to be able to ever build something like that.

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Post 20 Mar 2019

plaamook wrote:
19 Mar 2019
Anyway, this is my lava lamp...

That's not a lava lamp, is it? : P

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plaamook
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Post 20 Mar 2019

RobC wrote:
20 Mar 2019
plaamook wrote:
19 Mar 2019
Anyway, this is my lava lamp...


That's not a lava lamp, is it? : P
Eh...oceanic light lamp

MrFigg
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Post 07 Apr 2019

SoulState wrote:
19 Mar 2019
MrFigg wrote:
19 Mar 2019

Don’t be the audience man. Be the event.
Trust me that's one area I've never needed a prompt.

But for Martial Arts It's very important for me to get a feel for the class and the instructor. It's not like going to Zumba mate.
Hej man. Did you go to Ian’s class?

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