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Tai Chi Aspects Tai Chi Aspects are single images and concepts on which one may concentrate while doing the form. They are tools for form refinement and are meant to encourage discovering, trying out of alternatives and learning. The videos on Tai Chi Aspects have been developed in the course […]
#MartialMonday 4 Well prepared is half done!? In the Tai Chi form, one key requirement of the movements is fluidity. However, there should be changes as well. To establish a rhythm, it makes sense to divide the movements into preparation (set up) and execution (action). Every posture thus carries with […]
#MartialMonday 3 The most famous hands-on approach in the Chinese martial arts world is push hands. Push hands exercises usually begin with both partners standing opposite each other while their hands are making contact. From there, different sets of movements may evolve. The goal of our push hands practice is […]
The Gala Push Hands Meeting 2018 with demonstrations from teachers and participants of the 18th meeting. The Gala was moderated by Angela Menzel. Xin Gao plays the Guzheng during the Gala. You will see Baguazhang, Taijiquan, Qigong, saber, fan, fairy tale and many more acts. The artists are Frederick Behar, Barry McGinlay, Aidas Zilinskas, […]
This video is about Tai Chi in the City with Barry McGinlay. Learn more about Barry McGinlay Barry is a World Tai Chi champion, Gold medalist pushing hands in the world famous Taiwan world championship and European Gold medalist, and has coached International World, European and National tai chi champions. […]
Barry McGinlay on the last Push Hands Meeting. This meeting was the first with a 5 day beginner workshop held by Barry McGinlay. He taught the early morning Qigong sessions, the 3 hour workshops in the morning plus introductions to free pushing hands in the afternoons. Video “Impressions 17th International […]