Here is an article written by my very close friend and training mate, Jim Mullen. He and I exchange principles, talk about our relationships to Ai Ki and Tai Chi, and often help each other complete and innovate our curriculums. What is significant is how much we help each other teach the same principles
in our independent schools and how close the practices are in application.
I hope you take the time to enjoy;
I let Jim know that I was going to post this. If you want to share any thoughts with him, you can post them on this thread or you can PM me and I'll pass it along.
Other than that, I'd be interested in what anyone has to say about the topic.