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Tai Chi Studio Hannover

Tai-Chi-HannoverThe Tai Chi Studio Hannover, Germany offers regular classes and workshops in Tai Chi-Form, Applications and Push Hands. Once a year the International Push Hands Meeting takes place in February and Master Chen is regulary invited for a workshop in Hannover.

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3rd Yangsheng Meeting 7 – 9 September 2018

Qigong – TCM – Calligraphy – Taijiquan – I Ging – Tee Zeremony

health – movement – change

motto: „lui Shui – flowing water“

Next week we will publish the whole program of the 3rd Yangsheng Meeting. More information you will find on the new website: http://yangsheng-meeting.com/.

18th Push Hands Meeting in Hannover

The programme for the upcoming Push Hands Meeting is done. If you register and pay before 31st of December 2017 you will receive a 10% discount. More Information you will find on www.push-hands.de.

 

Workshop with GM William C C Chen 8th to 10th June 2018

Form, Push Hands, Applications, Sword Form- and Applications and Tai Chi Boxing

Grandmaster William Chi-Cheng Chen has studied tai chi chuan for over 60 years creating his widely acclaimed system of “Body Mechanics“, looking at the effective application of tai chi chuan as both a realistic system of self-defense and health maintenance.

Practitioners of the Cheng Man Ching form can naturally take part in this workshop. Due to similarities in the way of moving, the workshop may also be of interest für practitioners of Yang Style Taijiquan. As the workshop concentrates on practical applicability of the movements and on internal work, it is open to practitioners of all styles. If there are any questions feel free to contact us!

Taijiquan Principle Workshop 21 / 22 October 2017 in Oslo

Health and relaxation are often quoted as a reason to practise Taijiquan. One further aspect of Taijiquan is that of “mediation in movement”, which can be developed after the outer choreography of the form is internalised by the student. A third aspect of Taijiquan is commonly referred to as the “martial aspect”: Contrary to the solo exercises of e.g. Health Qigong, all movements of Taijiquan can be traced back to their martial applications.

Taking these roots seriously leads to a “hands-on” approach towards learning and teaching: Any Taijiquan movement can be tested (and improved!) by means of partner work. Working with a cooperative partner, we want to look behind the surface of those punches and throws. In practical exercises covering form application as well as Push Hands, you are invited to discover another layer of martial Taijiquan, which is closely related to the health aspect: the aspect of efficient movement, which includes both structural (bones, muscles, …) and energetic (momentum and timing) questions, and the communicative aspect of how to be a good partner.

As we will mainly work on the Taiji principles, the workshop is open to all styles and levels.

Workshop with Master Chen in Hannover


Tai Chi Chuan Workshop with Grandmaster William C. C. Chen in Hannover. 2018 Master Chen will offer a workshop in Hannover again! Topics: Tai Chi Form, Push Hands and Application.

Tai Chi Chuan DVD with Grandmaster William C. C. Chen

William C C ChenInformation about the new DVD about Grandmaster William C. C. Chens Body Mechanics of Tai Chi Chuan, a workshop documentation. Grandmaster William Chi-Cheng Chen has studied tai chi chuan for over 60 years creating his widely acclaimed system of “Body Mechanics“, looking at the effective application of tai chi chuan as both a realistic system of self-defense and health maintenance. As special feature the DVD contains an unique interactive keyword index. To use the DVD as kind of „reference book“ simply pick the aspect you are interested in, and a click on each of the dots behind the keyword gets you to a different part of the DVD dealing with this topic. After the excerpt is finished you automatically will be redirected to the keyword menu again.

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Author and imagesNils Klug