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Greg Schmidt
Works at MetroPCS Communications, Inc.
Attended Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Lives in McKinney, TX
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Hope she plays this Sunday at Austin City Limits Music Fest!
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Beautiful!  Is this considered "round form"?
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Thanks so much for the class on Saturday.  Incredible workout!  I'm going to have to rearrange my schedule so I can start coming on Thursdays.
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Great stuff guys.
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Very helpful, useful and practical.
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Thanks for the reminder that "the whole body moves as one."  It's evident from watching you, but only if one is paying attention to this element.  It seems that a great deal of the power in Wu comes from this rotating of the body or moving forward and back rather than moving the limbs independently. Again - thanks for the detailed presentations.  Multiple angles make this easy to follow.
Also this bit of the hand not moving but the body moving is a bit of an optical illusion, so thanks for pointing out.
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Thanks Stephen. I'd found this on your site and this is an incredibly easy and helpful practice for engaging the waist. I really appreciate it - lots of great resources.
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Thanks for the detailed response.  I'm still in awe of the art and continue to learn more about how much I have to learn.  In this video I believed you touched on consistent practice.  I'm there and will trust that with continued practice and careful study - the rest will begin to come.  Again - really appreciate these videos as my class on the long form doesn't start until September.  Your teaching style and the short format makes it easy to work bit by bit and continue to repeat.  I'll be working on this one for a while I can tell.
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Education
  • Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
    Philosophy, 1990 - 1994
  • DePauw University
    Economics, 1989 - 1990
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  • MetroPCS Communications, Inc.
    National Account Manager, 2012 - present
  • RadioShack
    Director of Training, 1994 - 2012
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McKinney, TX
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Fort Worth, TX - Orlando, FL - Weston, FL - Crowley, LA - Elkhart, IN - Fort Wayne, IN - Greencastle, IN - Jonesboro, AR - Tell City, IN
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Wide variety of groups, teachers and forms of practice. I've attended Dharma talks, Sunday meditation and QiGong/Tai Chi classes. We're fortunate to have such a resource. Check out their website for the monthly calendar of events. There's something (or several things) going on every day - music, meditation, moving, healing, sharing....
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had the half po'boy (oyster) and soup (gumbo). The sandwich was a good size for a lunch portion, but the oysters a little over-cooked and the bottom of the bread a bit soggy. The gumbo was loaded with shrimp and sausage and had a good flavor without being too spicy. The fries were a bit limp and starchy - not a big fan. Overall acceptable quality and value. Service was occasionally lacking, but I'm beginning to lower my standards with young people today. Note - my wife had the crawfish, which were pre-seasoned and a little spicy if you're looking for mild (otherwise spot on). The baked potato was undercooked, but quickly replaced. While we weren't disappointed with our lunch, I wouldn't say we will be rushing back.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Best seafood po'boy. Fried crawfish, oysters and shrimp on fresh French bread. Recommend it with the sauce on. Say yes when they offer you honey + cinnamon and sugar to go with the sweet potato fries. I washed mine down with a couple of Dos Equis and filled up on just half a sandwich. Looking back, I wished I'd ordered the other half - it was that good. Fast and friendly service. Glad I stopped. Can't wait to go back (the next time I'm near Lafayette).
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Great place for lunch. Red curry and green curry are excellent. Spicy but not too hot. Solid portions. Spring rolls are excellent. The soup you get with the lunch is also tasty - just the right amount of spice. Note that the hot tea is just a tea bag in a cup of hot water. Overall a place I love coming for lunch.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've got a three year old who loves this place. The assortment of dinosaur skeletons is fantastic, great interactive exhibits on space/planets as well as hands on experiments on construction, robotics and electricity. The kid zone is a blast - especially the water table. What we enjoy most though is the early admission for members to beat the crowd. The place starts to get busy right at 10 on Saturday, so it's worth getting up early to be here at 830 or 9 to have better access to all the exhibits. We're typically here once a month and are getting our money's worth out of our passes.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Lunch for 4 the day after Thanksgiving. Great service and some good blues playing when we arrived. The Abbeville Oyster BLT po'boy was fantastic, as was the grilled chicken breast over angel hair pasta. The lettuce wraps were ok, but we were surprised when they came with romaine (kind of tough to roll...) . The bananas foster bread pudding was a big hit. We also appreciated the manager asking if it was our first visit and inviting us back for a free appetizer next time. Highly recommend. Good food and good value!
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago