Sunday November 19th
Wu Dao Tournament
130 Smith Place, Cambridge, MA 02138
Our friends at Wu Dao Kung Fu & Tai Chi are hosting an in-house (invitation-only) tournament. All Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Tae Kwon Do students are encouraged to attend. The tournament is small, friendly, and inexpensive ($50 to register), so it is a great experience for first-time competitors, or students who may nervous about competing. Minimum requirement for competition is knowing one full form. Pick up registration paperwork at the kwoon or register online! See Sihing Eliot for more details.
Wednesday November 22nd
Make Up Tai Chi Class
All Tai Chi students welcome.
Thursday November 23rd
No Kung Fu or Tai Chi Classes
We will be closed for Thanksgiving. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Saturday November 25th
Push Hands Workshop with Bagua Joe
All Tai Chi students are welcome to hone their Tai Chi skills in this hour-long push hands workshop with Bagua Joe. Bagua Joe has been teaching Bagua Zhang and Tai Chi in the Boston area for many years. No experience is necessary and there is no extra cost. See Sihing for more information.
Friday December 1st
Candlelight Restorative Yoga with Karyn
Begin your weekend with a calm state of mind and relaxed body. Restorative yoga is a gentle and quiet practice which uses props such as blankets or blocks to fully support your body, helping layers of tension melt away as we practice the art of letting go or undoing through deep relaxation. Payment is required to make a reservation, as space is limited. $20 per student, contact Sihing Eliot or Karyn for more information.
Saturday December 2nd
Kid Pinky at Holiday Sip & Stroll
As a part of the Maynard Business Alliance Holiday Sip & Stroll, get the blues with Kid Pinky, a retro-style, four-piece blues band that is both authentic and unique. Lead man Steve Prisby was the founder and leader of The Movers, the 1995 International Blues Band Competition winner in Memphis, TN. Accompanied by three highly talented bluesmen from the New Hampshire area, Kid Pinky is a throwback to the future. While paying homage to blues from the 40s and 50s, as well as New Orleans funk and jazz, they have assimilated their influences to conceive an entirely innovative and original sound. Engaging personalities and comfortable volume levels always make the show FUN, creating an intimacy that feels like a private performance in your own living room…or kwoon.
Friday December 15th
Kung Fu Movie Night
We will be watching Kubo and the Two Strings. The movie is rated PG. All students are welcome, please feel free to bring friends and family. Please bring something comfortable to sit on, like camping chairs, blankets, or pillows. The event is free and open to the public, but please consider donating to our “pizza jar.” Please notify Sihing if you or your child have any food allergies.