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Ort:
Universal-Tao-Germany-Zentrum
Kärntener Str. 20
10827 Berlin

Datum: 08. - 09.06.2019

Zeiten: Samstag 09:30 bis 17:30 Sonntag 09:30 bis 17:30

Themen: Tai Chi Chi Kung III - Wu Style

Beschreibung:

Course fee € 210,  reduced (students, pensioners, jobseekers) € 165,  repeater € 165

This course introduces the long form with all eight directions and forces of Ba Gua. As a master in Tui Shu, Dr. med. Andrew Jan also introduced and practiced individual Push Hands routines to directly feel the flow of Chi in the body.

The Wu style allows students of all ages and abilities to learn and master this short form relatively quickly, while still touching the essence of the principles and anchoring them in the body as they practice.
The techniques presented in this workshop have been handed down from generation to generation over hundreds of years and are practical ways to improve physical, emotional and mental health.
Developed by the Taoist Grand Master Mantak Chia, the Wu Tai Chi style is a simple method for fluently cultivating both chi (life energy) and jin (inner strength) throughout the body.

Vita Dr. Andrew Jan

is Senior Instructor in the Universal Healing Tao System and is the "UHT Global Branch Leader Internal Martial Arts" for the content and rules of martial arts in Mantak Chia's UHT System. For 18 years he has studied martial arts and for 30 years the inner martial arts of Wu Shu. His teachers include: Chen Chu-Fei, John Yuen (Blackburn Tai Chi Academy), Liu De-Ming, Huo Dong-Li in Beijing (Senior Judge Beijing Wu Shu Federation), Zhu Tian-Cai (one of the 4 contemporary tigers of Chen Jia Guo), Liu Hong-Ci, Lama Dondrup Dorje and of course Grandmaster Mantak Chia.
Dr. Andrew Jan has won several medals in push hand competitions in Victoria. Among others, in 1984 the gold medal in full contact lightweight and in 2000 he won as the National Tai Chi and Wu Shu champion in the over 40 class the first place in Wu style, Yang style and the weapon classes.
Dr. Andrew Jan is currently an emergency physician and pain therapist in a large private hospital in Perth Western Australia. He has a bachelor's degree in the arts (dramaturgy and English literature) and a masters in philosophy (Taoist mysticism). He is a member of the Medical Acupuncture College and a specialist in emergency medicine.
Book recommendation to the course: "Tai Chi Wu Style: Advanced Techniques for Internalizing Chi Energy" authors Mantak Chia and Andrew Jan

As co-author of Grand Master Chia, 5 books have been written by Dr. Ing. Andrew Jan appeared:
1. Tai Chi Fa Jin - Advanced Techniques for Discharging Chi Energy
2. Tai Chi 2 Yang Style - Discharge Shape
3. Tai Chi 3 Wu Style - Advanced Techniques for Internalizing Chi Energy
4. The Practice of Greater Kan and Li - Techniques for Creating the Immortal Self
5. Greatest Kan and Li - Gathering the Cosmic Light