The traditional Wu Qin Xi Exercises were created by the famous Chinese physician Hua Tuo in the 2nd century, during the Eastern Han Dynasty. In 2002, team of experts from Shanghai Sports University studied and updated them carefully with sports science which become known as Health Qigong Wu Qin Xi.
Each exercise of the Wu Qin Xi is inspired by an animal and it is not only a purely physical exercises, but it aims at making the Qi move inside the body’s meridians and organs. Each animal stimulates a different organ.
In the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the Wu Qin XI is regarded as an important exercise because, through daily practice, it increases the overall well-being, preventing disease and promoting health.
Sun Style Taijiquan is an internal martial art combining characteristics from Xingyiquan, Bagua Zhang and Taijiquan. As a style of Taijiquan, Sun Style stresses the importance of the internal aspect: using mind to lead qi and qi to lead the body movements.
It was created by Great Grand Master Sun Lu Tang, one of China’s most prominent Martial Arts Masters in recent Chinese History. As the most senior student of Sun Lu Tang, Master Faye’s great grandfather Grand Master Li Yu Lin was one of the main disciples assisting and representing Sun in his teaching.
Participants will learn all the details, philosophy and inner essence of the style. The teaching remains true to the traditional value of Sun Style Taijiquan.
The Eastwood Tai Chi Group is pleased to announce that Master Faye Yip is coming to Sydney to conduct two courses:
Wu Qin Xi (Five Animals Qigong) Friday 02 Aug 2019 10:00am-4:00pm
Sun Style – 38 Step Taijiquan Saturday 03 Aug 2019 1pm-5pm
Classes are conducted in English with Cantonese/Mandarin translation.
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