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debbie shayne

who has written 6 posts for KaiMen.

Jun
24
2012

Ooops! on Gao JiWu DVDs

Well, this is an embarrassing first for us: we announced earlier that the wonderful Gao JiWu DVDs are subtitled in english. NOT true! (Apparently Ted’s brain has a subtitle system of its own, but we cannot export that; he reports that he must have been viewing the applications and they were so clear, he was […]

Dec
8
2010

Memory Guan

The club was on the first floor of an old victorian red brick building…

Oct
13
2009

Stormy

Quick! Before the power goes out!

Sep
16
2009

Sunday Qigong Seminar Series

Come one, come all…! The Academy of Martial Arts (our school here in Santa Cruz) is presenting 3 separate workshops on the Art of Qigong: Qigong Essentials (Sept 20); Wudang Qigong (Oct 4) and Blossoms in the Spring (Oct 18). The last, of course, will be especially helpful to those of you who have purchased […]

Sep
6
2004

Shopping For Books

The store owner approaches with three books in English, recently published, new, shiny. “You like Kung Fu?” she asks, fanning out the books.

Apr
29
2004

Take a Breather: Hyperventilation & Health

When I sit down to discuss money matters with my husband something very curious happens to me: I go from involved to devolved faster than you can say “credit card debt”. I am not put off by the numbers—I have a degree in math—but I share with most Americans some anxiety about the subject of […]