Taoist Qigong and Taiji Qin Na
Join either or both sessions. Discounted price for both sessions: $100
Session 1 ($65) Time: 12:00-3:00pm
Taoist Qi Gong
- Internal Dan Exercise Methods to generate Qi and guide the circulation of Qi through the body using the mind.
Special Taoist Taiji stick and ruler Qigong
- A fast and effective system of cultivating Qi using a pair of specially shaped wooden batons. This system was for many years restricted to privileged lineage disciples.
Session 2 ($65) Time: 3:30 to 6:30
Taiji Push Hands (Tai Chi Push Hands)
- Push Hands techniques allow students to train in the defensive and offensive techniques embedded in the Taiji forms, bringing about improvements in reflexes, sensitivity, timing, coordination and positioning. Push Hand techniques complement form training, allowing students to understand the flow of forces, techniques and principles embedded in the form, thereby improving execution of the form.
Taiji Qin Na (Tai Chi Chi n Na)
- Qin Na techniques lock or control an opponent's joints, muscles or tendons, neutralizing an opponent's fighting ability. Qin Na techniques are present in many styles of Chinese martial arts and are an essential component of Chen Style Taijiquan.
Master Wang Feng-Ming is a disciple of Grand Master Feng Zhiqiang, the 18th generation successor to Chen Style Taijiquan, and Liu Xinghan, the 4th generation successor to Baguazhang. Also known also as the 'King of Neigong' (King of Internal exercise or skill), Master Wang has studied and taught martial arts for several decades, and won many awards in both China and international martial arts and qigong competitions. He is a reputed Taijiquan and Qigong master.
For more than 10 years, Master Wang taught martial arts at the Department of Physical Education at the University of Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland. He is the author of several books (in Chinese and a few in English) and has published more than 100 articles in martial arts magazines around the world. More than 20 martial arts organizations in various parts of the world have appointed Master Wang as honorary institute director, professor, or consultant. Master Wang has conducted annual workshops in countries like Holland, Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Estonia, Britain, Korea, Japan, and starting 2010, in the United States.
For more information please visit: www.worldtaiji.com
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