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    Quote Originally Posted by rrobsr View Post
    If you can get to Julian I think I can give you what what you are looking for. I do get to SD occasionaly, so maybe we could meet up there.
    Julian, huh? My dad has some (unusable) land up there. Who are you, and what's your background?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Think of it this way- even if this person doesn't come back, this could be useful if others looking for tai chi in San Diego decide to do some Googling.
    Well I'm glad I saw this thread.

    Could you tell me about Master Asr? Is he Chinese? Does he speak English? Ever push hands with him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhauk87 View Post
    Well I'm glad I saw this thread.

    Could you tell me about Master Asr? Is he Chinese? Does he speak English? Ever push hands with him?
    Master Asr is actually a bald headed black man, and he speaks English. I didn't really get to play push hands with him but I was happy to learn a little Chen style. I was introduced by a mutual friend once and we tried out his Saturday morning tai chi class (he only has a few students). You should be able to find him in Redwood Circle in Balboa Park on Saturday mornings. Honestly I don't really know how else to contact him.
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    How early?
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    How early?
    I dunno, its been a few years. I think like 8?
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    I started training about 30 years ago in Kung Fu San Soo. I owned The Kung Fu Academy for 20 years. If you want to meet I'd give you the first lesson free.

    If you practice what I teach you for about 10 hours a week you will be quite capable of using Tai Chi for real street fights in a couple of years. It won't matter how big or strong the other guy is. I'll show you how to use your weakness to defeat his strength. Very few ever even think about using weakness, but it definately has it's uses. Very Taoist. Many talk about softness (weakness), but very few actually use it.

    In fact, in the classics we are told to practice softness and then hardness will come. The other way will not work; if you work on hardness you will not get the softness. You need both for Tai Chi. Otherwise it's brute force and nothing else. That is not Tai Chi.

    Take care...Rich
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    What kind of tai chi do you do?

    Do you run that place in North Park? I've ridden my bike past there a bunch of times.
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    What kind of tai chi do you do?

    Do you run that place in North Park? I've ridden my bike past there a bunch of times.
    I owned the school you are talking about for 20 years. Sold it last May.

    I will be teaching a San Soo class there this coming Saturday at noon. You would be welcome to join us. San Soo is pretty close, almost identical really, to the martial aspect of Tai Chi.

    As far as styles go, I don't say. I was taught from the Tai Chi Classics. Do a google search. They never mentioned a style. In fact, you will do better to understand Tai Chi as a set of principles to enable a body to perform at maximum efficiency, i.e. maximum result with minimum effort, rather than a certain "style." Americans are too obsessed with classification.

    Hope you can make it Saturday...Rich
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    I agree with what he said:

    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan View Post
    Anthony Ho looks good...
    I have trained a bit with Tony, and can say he is very good ... but also way up in Irvine.

    FWIW, as I have not personally trained with him, I have also heard decent things also about Jesse Tsao in San Diego:

    http://www.taichihealthways.com/

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    So anyone in San Diego wanna start an Aunkai group?
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