Shifu Kay Kutch. .
Shifu Kay Kutch showing the intracacies of bagua and tai chi during a worksop in Denver.
My first taiji teacher who gave me the foundation for my art. Shifu Kay is without a doubt one of the best teachers I have ever encountered. Her focus is on understanding the basics and the priniciples of taijiquan. Shifu Kay resides in Texas and makes a yearly sojourn to Denver in July to teach, study and conduct a one day workshop on the fine art of "push hands" (tui shou). Please check our calendar for the next event with Shifu Kay.
Master Aaron Chih.
Master Aaron came to my school in 2006 while visiting family in Denver. He participated in my class and then we talked about push hands. Master Aaron is a well known teacher in Taipei, Taiwan. His school is "U Jin Tai Chi Chuan" and his students are very successful in push hands competition in Taiwan. Master Aaron is a very kind teacher with great skills in the art of push hands. He now teaches push hands for our school when he visits during July, August and September. We look forward to his visits because we are assured to improve our skills with his teaching.
Jan Smallwood / Senior Trainer Tai Chi for Health
Jan teaches most of her classes in her home town of Pueblo, Colorado. She is certified to teach Tai Chi for Arthritis, Tai Chi for Diabetes and Tai Chi for Osteoporosis. Jan makes the journey to Denver each weekend to teach Tai Chi Fan and assist in teaching push hands.
Mike Denileon / Certified Instructor Tai Chi for Health
Che's background includes Judo, Ju jitsu, Aikido, Shorin-Ryu, Shotokan, Tae Kwon Do and Wing Chung Kung Fu. Following an auto accident in 1992, Che began his studies in Yang Tai Chi Chuan and recently in the Sun Style Tai Chi Chuan.