Kevin Beane first encountered Tai Chi in 1981 during a month-long trek in the Himalayas. Though already a serious practitioner of Karate (1st degree black belt), Kevin had never seen or heard of Tai Chi. Mesmerized by what he saw, Kevin was attracted to a depth, grace and beauty of the practice. Upon returning to the US, Kevin began studying Tai Chi locally and continued in Boston for 5 years with Dr.Yang Jwing Ming. His greatest inspiration has been his late teacher and friend, Zhang Lu Ping, with whom he studied privately from 1990-1998 and who he credits with the gift of “learning how to learn.”
A licensed massage therapist since 1992, Kevin brings a holistic understanding of health and healing to his teaching. He sees Tai Chi as a transformational practice for integration of mind, body, and spirit. Kevin offers a 10-week introductory class in the Yang-style short form. For more information conact him at 603-534-5185 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nicanor Snow has practiced traditional Chinese therapy since 1984. He is a specialist in Tui-Na (Chinese massage), Physical Qigong Therapy and Energy Medicine. He is an instructor and trainer of Tai-Chi Chuan, Qigong healing and meditation, and holds a third-degree black belt in Shorin-Ryu Karate. He has studied under a variety of excellent instructors including Master Vincent Chu, Grandmaster Gin Soon Chu, and Dr. Tom Tam.
Shifu Nicanor defines his practice as an exercise in internal development, encouraging the ability to express hidden talents and skills in each individual. This approach compliments everyone’s health, bringing vitality from the inner core to the outer shell.
Shifu Nicanor offers a variety of classes and private lessons throughout the week. He can be reached by phone at 603-828-7270 or by email at email@example.com. For more information, see his website at seacoasttaichi.com.