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

. . . in tune with corporate environment . . .

- Associate; MetLife

 

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Excellent class . . . highly recommended after a long day of work.

- Associate; Engelhard Corporation

 

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. . . well-paced, interesting, mesmerizing, captivating, and useful.

- Member; American Society for Training & Development, Long Island Chapter

 

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. . . class has been a pleasure and an enlightenment.

- Associate; New York State Department of Motor Vehicles

 

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Laurince's patience and willingness to help each and everyone in the sessions to achieve the best of their ability

is a credit to his teaching. He makes you relax - no stress to learning.

- Patron; North Babylon Public Library

 

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Excellent . . . in all aspects.

- Associate; Tones Spice

 

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. . . well-presented introduction to T'ai Chi and its benefits . . .

- Member; Office Systems Professionals of Central Iowa

"T'ai Chi is the perfect exercise" — Time Magazine, August 5, 2002

Warrior Wellness is a trademark of Water Tiger School.

Engelhard Corporation (formally The Collaborative Group, Ltd.), Stony Brook (February 2004): Laurince McElroy of Water Tiger Services leading colleagues in a T'ai Chi Qigong Stretch during a Warrior Wellness™ session.American Business Associates’ Networking & Educational Breakfast (Carlyle on the Green; Bethpage – 10/27/2006): To introduce keynote speaker Rabbi Irwin Kula to a group of Long Island business professionals, Laurince McElroy of Water Tiger Services addressed the importance of not holding onto either victory or loss by telling a parable, demonstrating a T’ai Chi form (pictured), and giving an interactive talk on T’ai Chi and the power of relaxation.

Engelhard Corporation (formally The Collaborative Group, Ltd.), Stony Brook (February 2004): Laurince McElroy of Water Tiger Services leading colleagues in a T'ai Chi Qigong Stretch during a Warrior Wellness™ session.

American Business Associates’ Networking & Educational Breakfast (Carlyle on the Green; Bethpage – 10/27/2006): To introduce keynote speaker Rabbi Irwin Kula to a group of Long Island business professionals, Laurince McElroy of Water Tiger Services addressed the importance of not holding onto either victory or loss by telling a parable, demonstrating a T’ai Chi form (pictured), and giving an interactive talk on T’ai Chi and the power of relaxation.

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