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Water Tiger School of T'ai Chi Ch'uan Patchogue Long Island New York

Laoshi Laurince D. McElroy

Suffolk County, Long Island

NewYork USA

Cablevision's Discover Patchogue (The Greater Patchogue Foundation, Producer; May 2004): During an appearance on a local current news and events program, Laoshi Laurince McElroy demonstrates a section of the Traditional Yang-style Staff Form. Footage by Mark Shapiro.Cablevision's Men's Forum (Gary Costanza, Producer; Autumn 2003): Laoshi Laurince McElroy demonstrates the WTS 24-Posture Form for a popular Long Island talk show. Footage by Mr. Costanza.Village of Patchogue, Alive After Five (July 9, 2004): Laoshi Laurince McElroy and Matt Kintzel having fun with Moving Push Hands.

Cablevision's Discover Patchogue (The Greater Patchogue Foundation, Producer; May 2004): During an appearance on a local current news and events program, Laoshi Laurince McElroy demonstrates a section of the Traditional Yang-style Staff Form. Footage by Mark Shapiro.

Cablevision's Men's Forum (Gary Costanza, Producer; Autumn 2003): Laoshi Laurince McElroy demonstrates the WTS 24-Posture Form for a popular Long Island talk show. Footage by Mr. Costanza.

Village of Patchogue, Alive After Five (July 9, 2004): Laoshi Laurince McElroy and Matt Kintzel having fun with Moving Push Hands.

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Village of Patchogue, Alive After Five (August 20, 2004): Push Hands and Pushing Staff demonstrations (from L to R) Paul Adago, Jr., & Ed O'Connell, Patricia Hsieh & Francesca DeStefano, Neal Stark & Laoshi Laurince McElroy.In the Kwoon, ABC T'ai Chi with Spencer Gee (February 2005): Paul DeStefano from Integrated Martial Arts Institute throws McElroy Laoshi during a T'ai Chi Applications seminar.American Business Associates’ Networking & Educational Breakfast (Carlyle on the Green; Bethpage – 10/27/2006): Laoshi Laurince McElroy in Snake Creeps Down while demonstrating the 24-Posture Form for a roomful of Long Island business professionals.Village of Patchogue, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Fundraiser (August 31, 2007): The Happy Fundraisers (from L to R) included Si-Hing Joel Valerio, Si-Goo Mui Francesca DeStefano, Laoshi Laurince McElroy, Si-Suk Paul Adago, Jr., Mary Walsh, and Christine Reynolds. Their combined efforts brought in over $2,400 for a very worthy cause.In the Kwoon, Joel Valerio’s Public Class Certification Ceremony (September 6, 2009): Si-Suk Joel Valerio in the posture Snake Creeps Down from Water Tiger School’s 24-Posture Form.Turtle Cove, Providenciales; Turks & Caicos (February 2011): The sand is soft, the sun is warm, the water is as blue as the sky, and Laoshi Laurince McElroy is creeping down like a snake.
In the Kwoon (January 19, 2012): An evening with Water Tiger’s “Bag of Fun” has (L to R) Carl Elmgren, Mary Walsh, and Mark Williams playing different forms with the extras of weights or blindfolds.
T’ai Chi in the Park (June 27, 2015): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (R) leads the morning's "T'ai Chi in the Park" players in an introduction Ward-Off as part of Water Tiger's "Ball Variations" exercise.
T’ai Chi in the Park (August 27, 2016): Capturing the stunning beauty of an osprey in flight.