My Autobiography William C. C. Chen My name is William C C Chen’ I am a disciple of Professor Cheng Man-ching (鄭曼青) who was known as a great grand master of Yang’s Style T’ai Chi Ch’uan. His five talents were: Continue reading William C. C. Chen
We are happy to announce the line-up of the teachers for this year’s meeting! 3 days to hike in the „high mountains“ – and your mountain guides will be… Laura Stone and Sabine Weihrauch will be joining us from the Continue reading Yangsheng Meeting 2019 – Teacher line-up ready!
Yi-Chun’s life and work Yi-Chun, born in 1970, is a learned horticulturist and landscape architect. Back in 1996, in her Tai Chi School in Berlin, she rediscovered her love of tea. Her first memories about tea are connected to her Continue reading Yi-Chun Hwang (Berlin, Germany) – Tea
Roger Jahnke, O.M.D., has dedicated his professional life helping to sharing the powerful ancient healing traditions of China. He is the director and chief instructor of the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, Santa Barbara, California; and a cofounder Continue reading Roger Jahnke
The title of a “teacher” or even a “master” or a “grandmaster” is not protected. Anyone can call him/herself “Qigong Master” or “Tai Chi Master” and open a school. So how to sift out the good ones? It is important Continue reading How to find a good Qigong or Tai Chi teacher? – A small guide
On these pages you will find the teachers and themes of the 2nd Taiji Forum Meeting. February 2017 the whole program will be online. Within the next 2 weeks we publish more information on the teachers and themes via Continue reading →. Follow us Continue reading Teachers and Themes Taiji Forum 2017
Tuition – Finding a Teacher In this world wide Instructors’ database you did find teachers located in many countries across Europe and beyond. The information contained included basic information on where they are located, what they teach, along with links to Continue reading Tuition