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Chen style Taiji is the oldest form of Taiji. It is characterized by slow, flowing circular movements that are punctuated by quick and powerful bursts. It is a tradition that integrates health, fitness and martial skill. I teach the lineage as taught by Grandmaster Chen Zheng-lei.
Hebei style Xingyi is a martial art that uses direct economical techniques & straight-line movements. Its foundation training is based on the Five Phases theories. I teach the lineage as taught by Di Guoyong, founding member of the Beijing Xingyi Quan Research Association.
Bagua is characterized by its circle-walking training & circular, turning techniques. The classes focuses on Magui & Jiang styles Bagua. The Magui lineage makes use of full body power to quickly build internal strength at the outset, while Jiang style trains coiling power to coordinate movements & generate power.
I organize regular seminars in Xing Yi and Ba Gua that are taught by my teacher, Andrea Falk. Andrea Falk is world renown for her teaching, her translating of Chinese martial arts books into English and her dedication to Wu Shu. Her teaching and training sees her tirelessly traveling between Canada, the U.S, the United Kingdom and China. Visit her website, www.thewushucentre.ca.
I also organize seminars in Chen Tai Chi that are taught by my teacher, Jack Yan. Master Yan is one of the eighteen inheritor disciples of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei (a major gate keeper of Chen's Tai chi). He currently holds 7th Duan of Chinese Martial Arts and a Ph. D. Degree in Chinese Martial Arts from Shanghai University of Sport. He has over 20 year of teaching experience in North America. Visit his website, www.tntkungfu.com.