Honestly dancing with Lourdes today at Yang's was the happiest day I've had in six months! The gym was spotless, and we were led through all of the safety protocols by Diana and Alex, and I felt very comfortable being there. Thank you so much. Seeing my friends and dancing to the great music while getting a terrific workout was special, and I can't wait to do it again. Simply the BEST!!
Meg Holmes, Taiji Instructor Meg Holmes has had a lengthy career as a school librarian/teacher working with students from kindergarten through college. Her expertise as an educator has carried over to her career as a Taiji instructor. Meg considers herself to be a life-long learner and on a lifelong journey as a student of Taiji.
Meg began studying Taiji in 1990 at Yang’s Andover under the tutelage of Alex Kiesel. She has been a student within the YMAA system ever since and has learned from instructors such as Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming, Ramel Rones, and Jeff Pratt. Not only has Meg been trained in the Yang-style Classical Long Form of Taiji, but she also has received training in the Simplified 24 Short Form; Pushing Hands; Solo Saber and Sword forms; and Two Person Fighting Set. She has participated in several courses and workshops on Qigong taught by Dr. Yang and Master Liang Shou-Yu including the Soft White Crane, Eight Pieces of Brocade and Five Animal Sports.