Letting go is awesome! – If you master the art of letting go, you will be able to head for new experiences with free hands and a fresh mind!
About the interviewee Faye Yip is a Qigong and Taijiquan teacher based in the UK. Together with her husband, Tary Yip, she initiated the British Health Qigong Association (BHQA), promoting Health Qigong and Taijiquan in the UK. The BHQA is affiliated with the International Health Qigong Association, whose origin lies […]
The ancient Chinese martial art of Tai Chi Chuan is the perfect callisthenic for today’s seniors. The relaxed and unhurried movements help alleviate nervous and muscular tension. Tai Chi Chuan lubricates joints and promotes automatic body alignment for better control of balance, helping to prevent the instability that can lead […]
Tai Chi Chuan, literally meaning “Grand Ultimate Fist,” is one of the most sophisticated Chinese fighting arts. It is a masterpiece of neurophysiology as the brain connects with the fighting devices of the fingers and the toes for punches and kicks. The desire force of Yi毅(力) in the brain amplifies […]
Yunzhong’s life and work Yang Yunzhong, born in 1962 in the province of Shanxi, has worked as a medical doctor for 10 years, before he chose the path of Taijiquan and Qigong. On his way, he met many well-known masters, among them Pang Ming (Hunyuangong/Zhineng Qigong), Feng Zhiqiang (Chen-Style Hunyuan Taijiquan), […]
Stillness: The Mover & Shaker in Taiji Shi Ming is known as one of China’s preeminent taiji masters. He is a strict disciplinarian of the old school, inspiring his students to practice long hours in the park under all conditions, including the sub-zero temperatures of winter. He holds himself to […]
Cheng Man Ching on the dao of Taijiquan – a poem Cheng Man Ching is portrayed by his students as an example of total dedication and commitment to the Chinese Arts, especially concerning Taijiquan. Indeed, while also advocating the health aspects of Taijiquan and its use for self-defence, Cheng Man […]