Chris Judge is from a little town just outside of the District of Columbia.
He began studying Qi-Gong at a local martial arts club in 2001, and as he progressed his teacher introduced him to other teachers. Now when he sees his teachers they mostly drink tea together and discuss theory.
Chris says his favorite Tai-Chi/Qi-Gong movement is the Sun Form's “Fair-Lady works the shuttles” because it's the most difficult sequence for him. He says it still tickles his brain.
Chris says “I like Qi-Gong and Tai-Chi because it soothes both my body and my mind at the same time, and when I finish practicing I feel refreshed and renewed.”
He goes on to say “The most important value I try to teach students is patience with themselves, and persistence.”
Chris says his favorite movie is 1955's “Night of the Hunter” starring Robert Mitchum.
Aside from teaching Hatha Yoga and Tai-Chi/Qi-Gong Chris spends most of his time drawing comics at his drawing board.
Thank-you Mr. Judge!