Learning Tai Chi with T.T. Liang by Bruce Frantzis | Tai Chi | 8 comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest In this short video I talk about learning tai chi from T.T. Liang. I enjoyed being and studying with T.T. Liang immensely and he was both a great person and a brilliant tai chi master. Enjoy…Bruce Access 3 free reports: Secrets of Tai Chi, 30 Days to Better Breathing, and Dragon & Tiger Qigong: Go You have Successfully Subscribed! 8 Comments Raymond Negron on March 6, 2013 at 6:58 am Thank you!Thank you! Dave Kirby on March 6, 2013 at 8:38 am TT LiangI’ve been getting your emails for several months and, frankly, don’t usually look at them. Today, you mentioned and I watched your talk on T. T. Liang. I first started doing Tai Chi in Boston, at the Y in the combat zone. I moved away after six months and never learned the whole of pushing hands. I gradually quit doing tai chi because I lost confidence that I was doing it correctly. I started it up again at a senior center in New Port Richey, FL where I now do the Chang style. I still have my two TT books and intend to (I don’t always follow through with my intentions) continue where I left off in pushing hands. I am not sure, but I think the young “assistant,” who led the group, may have been named Bruce. Any way, thanks for the video. I will certainly be paying more attention to your emails……..Dave kenneth koles on March 6, 2013 at 12:22 pm That was great I rememberThat was great I remember the metronome. BLESSINGS OOOMMM JJ on March 6, 2013 at 1:48 pm Thanks!Thanks! You make TT come alive. Your sincere love for your teacher is admirable. Ahmed Dangor on March 6, 2013 at 2:45 pm TT LiangSO interesting and informative of the personality of this Grand Master Sifu Bruce talks about Gives one a good idea what they are all about I really enjoyed it THANKS Antonio M Suarez on March 6, 2013 at 3:07 pm Ba kuaHello Bruce, I was smiling greatly after watching your interview about Master TT Liang. When I met you in the 80’s in Virginia at The Taste of China, you gave an amazing demo of Ba Kua. You hurled Sam Masich around like a rag and later in the week were wonderfully open about training ideas and offered much to just about anyone who wished to “play”. I was surprised to learn however from this interview that I had met you before. I had attended what was then the “Bamboo Hut” in Boston. Trained there with Master Liang, Bow Sim Mark and John Chung Li. They took me to William Chen who I had trained with for many many years. Thanks for the e mails as they offer much. I will be looking forward to you coming back to the US where I can enjoy a class or two. Stay well, Tony Suarez Liam R on March 6, 2013 at 4:25 pm T. T. LiangThanks a lot for that. Must go read his autobiography now, as I’ve had it tucked away for some time. Take care. chiwiz on March 6, 2013 at 5:03 pm T.T. LiangAnd…. he always had a pot of soup cooking on the little two burner hotplate in his studio (The Huntington Ave studio in 1972). As well as a wet sponge handy where, between teaching me moves, he would swipe dust kitties off the floor. Truly a remarkable, funny teacher and great human being.