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Thu, Feb 22



Tai Chi with Sifu Eric Randolph

Learn the physics of Tai Chi and how it can facilitate the Law of Attraction. NOTE: This event will also be broadcast live on ZOOM (and recorded for later viewing).

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Tai Chi with Sifu Eric Randolph
Tai Chi with Sifu Eric Randolph

Time & Location

Feb 22, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Pittsburgh, 5343 Kincaid St, Pittsburgh, PA 15224, USA

About the event

Take advantage of this opportunity to get up close and personal with a great Tai Chi master of our time. Sifu Eric Randolph will discuss the physics of Tai Chi and how it can facilitate the Law of Attraction. He will explain its true purpose, which can help heal and transform our mental, emotional and physical states. Through his years of teaching and perfecting his practice, Sifu Eric Randolph began to realize the health benefits of the art, for himself and others. While watching people embrace the most beautiful aspects of themselves, turning their despair and illness into transformation, Master Eric derived a powerful healing formula that he now offers to those seeking relief from chronic illness.

Taijiquan, commonly known as Tai Chi, is a meditative integrative learning system of universal physics which specializes in the ability to absolve all opposites so one can become one with the source to consciously perpetuate the advanced evolution of the human experience.

ABOUT Sifu Eric Randolph: 

2023 Hall Of Fame Inductee, and Senior Master of The ICMAC International Chinese Martial Arts Confederation Sifu Eric has taught Tai Chi through the Yang Family style 108 for over 30yrs. 

Sifu Eric is Head Master of The Way Of Chi School of Internal Integrated Medicine and Esoteric Martial Arts and Transcendental Studies. He has taught and/or lectured at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, Forbes Metropolitan Hospital, Washington D.C Integrated Medicine, Deloitte and Associates, and more. His specialty is in the area of Healing Chronic Illness.

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