Push Hands at Riverbank, Ladner (Delta) BC
(Scroll down for November info).
From Riverbank T'ai Chi:
I hope you are having a great Thanksgiving holiday. Just a quick note to let you know that we will be doing another Riverbank Push-Hands Day on next Sunday, 2017 Oct 15 at our place in Ladner, 4126 River Road West, Ladner,(Delta), BC, Canada any time from 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm. If you need instructions on how to get here please send us a note or give us a phone call at 604 946 4983. Everyone who is interested in two-person work is welcome - whether you do T’ai Chi, Ba Gua, or ? The Push-Hands Days are always free and we would be happy to pick you up (and drop you off) from the Ladner Bus Loop or the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal if you let us know in advance.
Our Push-Hands Day in September, our 130th Push Hands Day here at Riverbank, was lots of fun even if the weather kept us inside. We always seem to be able to make room for everyone. I’m hoping that next Sunday will be as bright and sunny as today. As I’m writing, I can hear neighbours outside cutting their lawns so it is still officially Summer in Ladner even if it is Fall most other places.
We will also be holding a Push-Hands Day in November on Sunday, 2017 Nov 19 – so grab your calendars and write it in as we will probably wait ‘til the New Year to do the next one because most people are just too busy to play in December. We will probably be out chasing birds for the Christmas Bird Counts and if the weather lives up to other years, it could be very wet or very white.
As usual we will probably be heading for ‘Danny’s Wuntun’ in Ironwood Shopping Plaza at Steveston Hwy. and No. 5 Road, Richmond, BC between 7:00 pm and 7:30 pm on both Push-Hands Days for a great dinner after working out. If you can, please join us whether you make it to Push-Hands or not. If you would like to meet us there, just let me know so that we can save a seat at the table for you.
Hope to see you all next weekend and in November too. There always seems to be more to learn about T’ai Chi as a two-person art and the more we do it, the more fun it gets. The tea pot will be on for you if the weather is cool.
Diane Kehoe & John Eastman
Riverbank T’ai Chi, Ladner, BC