SO GREAT! wherever this few seconds of inspiring outside-the-box thinking came from.! We love this unassuming woman…

…turning the tables…and the tide…

…thinking on her feet…WAY-Y-Y outside the box…


She is practicing principles of martial art:

  • Ting is listen. It means to feel your opponent, to know what he wants to do.
  • Hua is dissolve. It means to dissolve your opponent’s force and not letting him get you.
  • Yin is seduce. It means to lure your opponent into trouble.
  • Na is hold. It means to control him and keep him in trouble.
  • Fa is launch. It means release force to throw the opponent away….

    Chinese Martial Arts and Health Centre: 10 Principles of Tai Chi Chuan

Role model!

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