Floor work is the name given in lodge-style group process for moving around the room. THat’s what today’s tai chi felt like: moving around the room.  In the course of a good tai chi practice, all of the corners are visited.  In the course of a great tai chi practice, all of the midpoints of each side of the room, and all of the corners, are visited.  Today was somewhere between good and great.  Slightly mind-altering, even.

I don’t have much to say beyond that. Twelve push-ups, then some work on relaxing my back and shoulders, then 18 push-ups for a total of thirty.  Thirty squats.  Two iterations of the tai chi form. Eight Pieces of Silk. Druidry before all of that.

It’s enough.