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Student Testimonials


Karla Iniguez - November 8, 2015

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         I always identified myself with different cultures. Among one of these little obsessions is the Chinese culture. I think it started when I first saw the Disney movie Mulan. She was truly one of my biggest heroes showing strength, vulnerability, bravery, pride and honor. When I was eight years old my mom took me around town to try and find self-defense lessons that would be the best fit for me. When we arrived at our last destination of the day, we pulled into a little hidden temple with a big gold dragon and two white marble Chinese lions out front. READ MORE...


James Sikora - May 11, 2006

         I retired in 1997 determined to pursue the 'passions' I had been unable to pursue while working a hectic business career and helping to raise three children. At the top of my 'passions' list was the martial arts, specifically Tai Chi. Learning Tai Chi would also help a problem I have. Two years before retiring, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson's Disease is a degenerative neurological condition that affects basic motor function and balance. It was the reason I retired early (at age 57). READ MORE...


Art Usher - February 13, 2004

Art Usher

         After spotting a sign on Central Avenue that read Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan, I circled the block and parked my car. I entered a small store-front next to the Lobo Theater and met Master Lin for the first time. I was looking for some form of regular exercise, as well as stress relief from the daily desk job. Little did I know at the time, how Tai Chi would change my life. READ MORE...


Dr. Ron Uilkie - January 13, 2004

Ron Uilkie

         It's been two years since I started practicing Tai Chi Chuan at the Chinese Culture Center with Master Charles Lin. Now at age 45, I've got my life back. A couple of years ago I was going downhill fast, and I felt and acted like I was seventy years old. It began years earlier when I suffered a freak accident and sustained a severe foot injury. I fell from about twelve feet, severely fracturing my left ankle. READ MORE...


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