Gallery 2017

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

2017

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Smith's Reef on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (March 5, 2017): Nothing like a little T’ai Chi in Paradise.  McElroy Laoshi  doesn’t miss an opportunity to play Water Tiger's Medium-Frame Yang-Style 24-Posture Form on the white coral sand at the water's edge — even though he’s on holiday.In the Office (March 30, 2017): McElroy Laoshi made a particular fashion choice for our Self-Defense Basics seminar on Monday, March 27, 2017, at West Babylon Public Library. While addressing the concept of "situational awareness", he pointed out that we shouldn't expect potential aggressors to be so easily identified ...Dominican Village, Amityville, NY (April 3, 2017): Dominican Village, a retirement and assisted living community on Long Island, upped their marketing game for our weekly "T'ai Chi Basics" pubic class for their residents.T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): During the morning’s focus on Water Tiger’s “Taste of the 24”, Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) demonstrates the basic Martial Application of Parting the Wild Horse’s Mane with the help of Michael Kandel (R).T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): The osprey are back! The osprey are back! We’re not sure if the ribbon this parent is carrying in its talons is part of a rebuilding or a decorating project.T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (R) leads the morning’s participants through the four postures of Water Tiger’s “Taste of the 24”. T’ai Chi in the Park (June 17, 2017): Stepping to the side this time, Laoshi Laurince McElroy took this shot of the group playing through Water Tiger’s “Brush Knee / Repulse the Monkey” drill.In the Studio (July 1, 2017): A student observed that the blossom and Laoshi Laurince McElroy's practice Dao being side-to-side was "kinda T'ai Chi-ish": soft against hard, peace against combat, natural against forged, etc.In the Studio (March 19, 2017): Walking exercises are a big part of Water Tiger’s approach to learning the art of T’ai Chi Ch’uan. Here a group of students is playing Water Tiger’s floor exercise Ward-Off Walking.T’ai Chi in the Park (August 5, 2017): There was no actual event on this morning due to the rain and the wind; but, as he waited to see if anyone would show, Laoshi Laurince McElroy was treated to quite an air show by a young osprey playing with how to maneuver in such unfriendly flying conditions.

Smith's Reef on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (March 5, 2017): Nothing like a little T’ai Chi in Paradise.  McElroy Laoshi  doesn’t miss an opportunity to play Water Tiger's Medium-Frame Yang-Style 24-Posture Form on the white coral sand at the water's edge — even though he’s on holiday.

In the Office (March 30, 2017): McElroy Laoshi made a particular fashion choice for our Self-Defense Basics seminar on Monday, March 27, 2017, at West Babylon Public Library. While addressing the concept of "situational awareness", he pointed out that we shouldn't expect potential aggressors to be so easily identified ...

Dominican Village, Amityville, NY (April 3, 2017): Dominican Village, a retirement and assisted living community on Long Island, upped their marketing game for our weekly "T'ai Chi Basics" pubic class for their residents.

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): During the morning’s focus on Water Tiger’s “Taste of the 24”, Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) demonstrates the basic Martial Application of Parting the Wild Horse’s Mane with the help of Michael Kandel (R).

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): The osprey are back! The osprey are back! We’re not sure if the ribbon this parent is carrying in its talons is part of a rebuilding or a decorating project.

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 3, 2017): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (R) leads the morning’s participants through the four postures of Water Tiger’s “Taste of the 24”.

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 10, 2017): Laoshi Laurince McElroy had to step to the back to get this shot of the morning’s participants playing Crane Flying from the Five Animal Frolics (Wu Qin Xi).

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 10, 2017): Laoshi Laurince McElroy had to step to the back to get this shot of the morning’s participants playing Crane Flying from the Five Animal Frolics (Wu Qin Xi).

T’ai Chi in the Park (June 17, 2017): Stepping to the side this time, Laoshi Laurince McElroy took this shot of the group playing through Water Tiger’s “Brush Knee / Repulse the Monkey” drill.

In the Studio (July 1, 2017): A student observed that the blossom and Laoshi Laurince McElroy's practice Dao being side-to-side was "kinda T'ai Chi-ish": soft against hard, peace against combat, natural against forged, etc.

In the Studio (March 19, 2017): Walking exercises are a big part of Water Tiger’s approach to learning the art of T’ai Chi Ch’uan. Here a group of students is playing Water Tiger’s floor exercise Ward-Off Walking.

T’ai Chi in the Park (August 5, 2017): There was no actual event on this morning due to the rain and the wind; but, as he waited to see if anyone would show, Laoshi Laurince McElroy was treated to quite an air show by a young osprey playing with how to maneuver in such unfriendly flying conditions.