After studying judo, a modern martial art created in Japan, in a physical education class in college, Juli McGreevy became interested in martial arts. After graduating from college and settling into career and family responsibilities, she developed an interest in t'ai chi, a traditional Chinese martial art that is widely practiced for health and self-defense--such an interest that she now teaches t'ai chi and other Chinese health and martial arts for a living at HACC and Penn State Harrisburg as well as in community programs in Cumberland County and at Jose Johnson's Chinese Martial Arts and Wellness Center in Harrisburg.
- Degrees: Fourth-Degree Black Belt
- Year Started: 2006
- Title: Instructor
- Professional Experience: --Adjunct faculty teaching t'ai chi for credit at HACC and Penn State Harrisburg. --Program director for t'ai chi and for the Heroes (ages 3 to 8) at Jose Johnson's Chinese Martial Arts and Wellness Center. --Certified instructor of Tai Chi for Arthritis.
- Area of expertise: Health