Disciples continued

In October of 2009, the following students became disciples of Sifu Genie Parker during a ceremony at the
Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

Ethan Malzberg

October 2009

Ethan Malzberg started training Wu's style Tai Chi Chuan in 1989 at the Royal Oak school, Michigan. He was looking for a martial art, a healthy way of life and training to help with asthma. In 2007 Ethan started training in Ann Arbor Michigan after a few years break in training. In October 2009 Ethan was accepted as a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu. Ethan continues to train the 108, 54 and weapons forms. He has started learning to teach beginners while looking forward to teach his own class and promote the family style Wu's Tai Chi Chuan.

Email: pastryguy69@gmail.com

Karen Drescosky

October 2009

Karen Drescosky became a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in October of 2009 during a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

Steve Ross

October 2009

Steve Ross became a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in October of 2009 during a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

Wendy Williams

October 2009

Wendy Williams As a result of being diagnosed with asthma in 2000, I needed to find another form of fitness training to replace volleyball, softball, and aerobics exercise. In the summer of 2006 a flyer came in the mail from Henry Ford Community College's Center for Lifelong Learning. A tai chi class was being offered. As fate would have it the class was Wu style Tai Chi Chuan and Sifu Genie Parker was the instructor. My love for the art and desire to learn as much as I could began. As a side benefit, my asthma improved significantly.

 

In 2009, I was accepted as a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in a ceremony conducted by Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu at the Ann Arbor Tai Chi Academy. Currently, I am teaching one class at HFCC and assisting in two others in the Metro Detroit area. While most of my time is spent teaching the 54 round form, I continue to train the 108 standard, the 108 round form, and the broadsword and sword forms.

 

I have been married for 24 years to Michael Chastine and we have one 21 year old son Nicholas. I have been a retail branch manager with Comerica Bank for 34 years and currently hold the title of Vice President.

 

Email: wlw7854@aol.com

Zack Lang

October 2009

Zack Lang became a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in October of 2009 during a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

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In September of 2011, the following students became disciples of Sifu Genie Parker during a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

Dennis Moore

September 2011

Dennis Moore is an interpretive ranger at the River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe. He has enjoyed various forms of meditation and physical training since he was in his mid-twenties. In 2004 he found a perfect combination of the two practices as a student of Wu style Tai Chi Chuan with Sifu Genie Parker.

In September 2011 Dennis was accepted as a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

Deirdre Moore

September 2011

Deirdre Moore is our Academy Administrator. She began studying Wu style Tai Chi Chuan under Sifu Genie Parker in September of 2004. Deirdre was drawn to Tai Chi as a gentle exercise program to help manage chronic lower back pain and increase flexibility. Adopting Tai Chi Chuan practice has provided the additional benefits of stress reduction and a healthier work-life balance. Deirdre is currently a teaching assistant to Sifu Genie at the Ann Arbor and Dearborn training locations.

Deirdre became a disciple of Sifu Genie Parker in September of 2011 during a ceremony at the Ann Arbor Academy presided over by Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu.

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