Tai Chi Quan is a classic Chinese internal martial art that based on the “Yin and Yang” theory of Taoism. Its core training mainly includes two parts: solo forms (bare hands, and weapons that becomes personal preference these days). And a confrontational martial training – push hands (pronounced Tui shou in Chinese). Push hands training is practising the martial applications of the 13 postures that are included in solo forms.
The main focus of today’s seminar is Tai Chi “Jin”. Jin is a form of energy. Confrontational sports involves a contest of force. There is a saying “The bigger, the stronger. A stronger person can defeat 10 skilful persons.” This saying advocates physical strength. Let us also examine the advocation of youth. For those of … Read more“Tai Chi Jin” Seminar Talk 2019