“ Very Good ”
— Nicholas S. on Apr 20, 2015.
“ Dear Friend, On June 9th, a Push Hand event will be held at Pacific Asia Museum. Joy of Kungfu cordially invites all martial arts enthusiasts to this once a year kungfu activity. Kung Fu Magazine's lanyard and Kungfu Direct's wiping cloth sword will be handed out on the date and you may also meet up with some push hand enthusiasts. Info. is post on www.Joyofkungfu.info ”
— Meiling S. on May 26, 2013.
“ Great ”
— Jon P. on Feb 24, 2013.
“ No reason if only to meet with people who Love to practice push hands regardless of what rank, martial arts, age, etc. We are all one family to share and learn from one another. Good Stuff and safe environment. ”
— William S. on Oct 30, 2012.
“ Great and friendly group. I really enjoyed my first time there and I hope to become a regular. I greatly enjoyed learning from and practicing with a lot of different people. ”
— John on Jun 25, 2012.
“ amicable group of individuals-many willing to share their knowledge and personal insights into this intriguing endeavor- ”
— Mitchell on Apr 23, 2012.
“ Their knowledge and skill is remarkable ”
— Bill on Nov 29, 2011.
“ Great, friendly people who welcome newcomers and are patient teachers. ”
— Kelli M. on Aug 29, 2011.
“ Everyone was friendly and eager to learn and share what they knew. Invaluable experience. ”
— John S. on May 16, 2011.
“ Exceeded my expectations. ”
— Marshall on Jun 28, 2010.
“ Went to the park on Sept 27. Met a lot of nice people. Love to practice with Robert. Thanks Robert ”
— huu on May 23, 2010.
“ Good experienced people. Lots of fun. ”
— Rob on May 23, 2010.
“ Excellent meetup.. an abundance of experienced enthusiasts that are very generous with their knowlege and skills. Definitely recommend attending these at every opportunity! ”
— Terence on May 23, 2010.
“ If you want to practice push hands, this is the best chance. ”
— KWAN WOO P. on Mar 29, 2010.
“ If you want to know what tai chi means, join the group ”
— richard on Sep 27, 2009.
“ People should join this group to develop the ability to interact with other people. There too few other places where a person can work on these type of things. ”
— Jesse J. on Jun 1, 2009.
“ To learn push hands...and learning about developing and keeping your root. ”
— Eclectic1 on Jun 1, 2009.
“ Anyone serious about improving his/her Tai Chi can really benefit from its martial, practical applications in Push Hands. This group has the depth of experience and skills to actually provide that. ”
— Alejandre A. on Apr 26, 2009.