Gallery 2014

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

Laoshi Laurince D. McElroy

Suffolk County, Long Island

New York USA

2014

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Tíai Chi in the Park (June 14, 2014): McElroy Laoshi steps to the side to take this photo while the morningís participants play their own way through a rocking approach to Parting the Wild Horse's Mane, the first of the three postures in Water Tigerís  "Ball Variations" exercise.Tíai Chi in the Park (June 21, 2014): During the unfolding on the morning of the summer solstice, the group explores the Yin and Yang of Brush Knee Strike in a rocking exercise while McElroy Laoshi circles the group to take photos ó and make a correction here and there.In the Studio (May 29, 2014): Barbara Richardson (L) and Glenn Wheatley (R) playing Water Tigerís Mirror Push Hands exercise.World Tíai Chi & Qigong Day ó Patchogue (May 3, 2014): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) and Laoshi Joel Valerio waiting for the Facilitatorsí Demo to wrap up after they completed their plays of Water Tigerís Dao and Jian forms, respectively. Photo by Joe Cavaliere, taichi-daily.com.

World Tíai Chi & Qigong Day ó Patchogue (May 3, 2014): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) and Laoshi Joel Valerio waiting for the Facilitatorsí Demo to wrap up after they completed their plays of Water Tigerís Dao and Jian forms, respectively. Photo by Joe Cavaliere, taichi-daily.com.

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In the Studio (May 29, 2014): Barbara Richardson (L) and Glenn Wheatley playing Water Tigerís Mirror Push Hands exercise.

Tíai Chi in the Park (June 14, 2014): McElroy Laoshi steps to the side to take this photo while the morningís participants play their own way through a rocking approach to Parting the Wild Horse's Mane, the first of the three postures in Water Tigerís† "Ball Variations" exercise.

Tíai Chi in the Park (June 21, 2014): During the unfolding on the morning of the summer solstice, the group explores the Yin and Yang of Brush Knee Strike in a rocking exercise while McElroy Laoshi circles the group to take photos ó and make a correction here and there.

Moving (July 24, 2014): The storefront at 29 South Ocean in Patchogue has gone through many changes since our first class in the space on Thursday, November 2, 2001; but, this ó taken the last night of classes in the space ó looks the saddest.Moving (July 24, 2014): 29 South Ocean looked quite desolate for our last pair of classes with nearly everything but the mat already headed to our new location.Moving (July 25, 2014): Now 29 South Ocean is truly barren - sans all things mat ... and everything else.Moving (July 25, 2014): In process of taking up the vinyl cover, the mats, and the wooden frame as the move reaches its final stages at 29 South Ocean.Moving (July 25, 2014): The preliminary storefront at our new location at 2030 Route 112 in Medford.Moving (July 24, 2014): Although it doesnít look like it now, the front counter at 29 South Ocean has always offered a warm welcome over our nearly 14 years at 29 South Ocean.

Moving (July 24, 2014): The storefront at 29 South Ocean in Patchogue has gone through many changes since our first class in the space on Thursday, November 2, 2001; but, this ó taken the last night of classes in the space ó looks the saddest.

Moving (July 25, 2014): In process of taking up the vinyl cover, the mats, and the wooden frame as the move reaches its final stages at 29 South Ocean.

Moving (July 24, 2014): 29 South Ocean looked quite desolate for our last pair of classes with nearly everything but the mat already headed to our new location.

Moving (July 24, 2014): Although it doesnít look like it now, the front counter at 29 South Ocean has always offered a warm welcome over our nearly 14 years at 29 South Ocean.

Moving (July 25, 2014): The preliminary storefront at our new location at 2030 Route 112 in Medford.

Moving (July 25, 2014): Now 29 South Ocean is truly barren - sans all things mat ... and everything else.

Moved (July 29, 2014): The desk at 2030 Route 112 offers an even warmer welcome than the counter at 29 South Ocean did.Moved (July 29, 2014): The new interior at 2030 Route 112 is the smaller twin sister of the old location.

Moved (July 29, 2014): The new interior at 2030 Route 112 is the smaller twin sister of the old location.

Moved (July 29, 2014): The desk at 2030 Route 112 offers an even warmer welcome than the counter at 29 South Ocean did.

Tíai Chi in the Park (August 23, 2014): McElroy Laoshi (in grey tank center) demonstrating aspects of the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi by playing a Basic Martial Application with a willing and able event participant.Tíai Chi in the Park (August 23, 2014): Saturday's "T'ai Chi in the Park" was about Cloud Busting using Parting the Wild Horse's Mane to help explain the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi.Tíai Chi in the Park (August 16, 2014): A shot of about half this morning's "T'ai Chi in the Park" participants playing the Crane Walking from the Five Animal Frolics in front of the village's quite picturesque band shell.

Tíai Chi in the Park (August 23, 2014): Saturday's "T'ai Chi in the Park" was about Cloud Busting using Parting the Wild Horse's Mane to help explain the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi.

Tíai Chi in the Park (August 23, 2014): McElroy Laoshi (in grey tank center) demonstrating aspects of the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi by playing a Basic Martial Application with a willing and able event participant.

Tíai Chi in the Park (August 16, 2014): A shot of about half this morning's "T'ai Chi in the Park" participants playing the Crane Walking from the Five Animal Frolics in front of the village's quite picturesque band shell.