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25 mei 2019 – Masterclass – Internal Power Taiwan


Unique Masterclass given by Masters of Taiwan.

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Schedule Master Class 25 May 2019

10:00 – 11:00 Tui-shou

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee

11:30 – 12:30 Qi and Daoyin

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch

13:30 – 14:30 Tui-shou and Taichi Tao-lu

14:30 – 15:00 coffee

15:00 – 16:00 Qi and Daoyin application

16:00 – 17:00 Q&A/ Practice

Dr. Jen-Kun Lin

Dr. Lin was born in Taiwan, Republic of China in 1949. At age nine he began his learning in meditation. It is the art of breathing and internal energy control. He was taught the esoteric skills of the Taoist Qigong.In 1979, as a yang man, Mr. Lin began the study of Yang style Taijiquan, then he continued his martial arts, including Baguazhang (eight- Diagram palm), Xinyiquan (Form-Will Boxing) , Chen Style Taijiquan etc.

Wu Rong-Huei

In 2007, Wu Rong-Huei graduated from the Institute of Athletics and Coaching Science at the National Taiwan Sports University. He has actively promoted and taught Tai Chi Chuan locally, internationally and academically since 2000.

Wu Rong-Huei and pushing hands competitions :

In a span of 12 years, 1989-2000, Wu RH won more than 20 championships in the following Tai Chi pushing hands competitions, all in the 60-65kg division except in 1999. In that year, he voluntarily signed up for division 7, 75-80kg, competing with people 4 divisions heavier than him. He won.

Tai Chi Chuan is a gem in Chinese martial arts. It encompasses the philosophy of Laozi and the I Ching. In the Tai Chi Chuan form and in the pushing-hands practice, one drills the body to become supple, to understand the soft and pliant connotations in Tai Chi. Laozi's and Zhuangzi's philosophies are often counterintuitive, examples of which abound in TCC training: “suppleness defeating rigidity”, “stillness overcoming motion”, “last to depart but first to arrive”, “less triumphs over more”, “slow beats fast”, “lose to gain”, and “to give yourself up is to gain in the end”. By unconditionally yielding to aggression, by pre-planning nothing in response to everything, and by wuwei — literally, doing nothing — you can do anything you like.

Daoism Qi Gone-for maintaining Health

Daoism and was created by Loa Zi(老子) in the 6th century B.C. The school of Daoism emphasized maintaining Health and preventing disease. In order to reach the goal of the calm and peaceful mind through meditation.

Medical Qi Gone -for HealingMany doctors in ancient China were Taoists themselves, like the Europeans in the Middle Ages. The missionaries themselves were doctors. Hua Tuo (華佗)is a famous ancient Chinese doctor who advocates practicing QI and seeking health. A typical, well-known set of such exercises is 「Five Animal Sports」(五禽戲)

Martial Qi Gone – for Fighting

Qigong was first applied to the martial arts, it was used to increase the power and efficiency of the muscles. They can be roughly divided into external and internal styles. Taijiquan is an internal martial style. And Iron Sand Palm(鐵沙掌) is an external martial styles.

Religious Qi Gone – for Enlightenment or Buddhahood

There is a famous story about Da Mo(達摩).Da MO was an Indian Buddhist who went to the Shaolin Temple(少林寺) Religious Qigong practitioners train to strengthen their internal Qi to nourish their spirit.