TAI CHI with Rob Gepner-Mueller
are designed for movement. Inherent in this design is an incredible
capacity for ease, flexibility, power and expressiveness whether
we are playing Tai Chi, hammering a nail, working at a computer,
or singing an aria. All too often we unwittingly interfere with
this design. Energy, delight and grace give way to effort, tension
and fatique. Disciplines like Tai Chi Chuan and the Alexander Work
offer us a joyful, systematic look into the underlying principles
which guide human movement. We learn to sense how we are doing,
what we are doing. We learn how to direct our unnecessary tension
into useful energy.
has studied Tai Chi for over 25 years and Alexander Work for 20
years. he has worked as an actor, a schoolteacher, and as a carpenter.
"A primary reason for my teaching Tai Chi and the Alexander
Work is to continually deepen my own learning which I accomplish
best while experimenting with and relating to others."