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Pausing at the edge of a stream the Master remarked:
“Passing on and on like this it never ceases day or night.”

-- from the Analects of Confucius


The river of Tai Chi is deep and wide and has been flowing steadily for thousands of years. It has many branches and tributaries and often resembles more of an ocean than a stream. Many an errant wayfarer have been truned back and denied access for lack of proper equipment and experience. But the Falling Water school has a firm anchor in the teachings of Master Tung Kai Ying, a keen supply of sturdy and agile vessels ready for wayfaring and a solid team of captains on hand at all times to help keep your keel steady and straight as you learn to navigate the many rapids and doldrums on your own.

The practice of Tai Chi Chuan is a path of rich and profound reward for those who seek peaceful passage through the troubles of time. There is no aspect of human life that is not buoyed and nourished by the unflinching presence of its deep resolve. There is no conflict that is not softened by the wise and gentle counsel of its currents and tides. Please do not hesitate to give us a call, drop an e-mail or visit a class at any time to see how we can be of assistance to you on your journey.






"The goal of Tai Chi Chuan is not to demonstrate strength, power or violence. The goal is to attain serenity, tranquility and the discovery of oneself. It is truly an exercise of the spirit."

- Master Tung Kai Ying




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