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Tai He Quan Second Fajin Basic Movement

Tai He Quan is the form of supreme harmony and one very common principle in the form is Fajin, the explosive power. This is the second movement that is required to learn Tai He Quan comprehensively.

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Master Ziji in Frankfurt (Germany) at Shaolin Wahnam

The comprehensive understanding of the internal martial arts and providing the right methods for developing the work with yin and yang itself. Someone may study for decades, but without the correct method, it is hard to improve. What is Taiji and how can we use it in our daily life and our practice? It is the most exciting part in the internal self-development to understand the freedom of oneself and to improve weak points and to overcome existing health problems.

Tai He Quan is the form of supreme harmony and one very common principle in the form is Fajin, the explosive power. This is the first movement that is required to learn Tai He Quan comprehensively.

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Tai He Quan First Fajin Basic Movement

Tai He Quan is the form of supreme harmony and one very common principle in the form is Fajin, the explosive power. This is the first movement that is required to learn Tai He Quan comprehensively.

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Master Chen Shiyu is Answering Questions

We had the opportunity to ask all kinds of wild questions regarding internal arts at the end of our seminar. This interview is an entirely unbiased video, and the students threw many questions at Master Chen Shiyu. This video is brought to you by our Wudang Academy!

Master Chen Shiyu in Vienna!

You are in a traditional martial arts school of San Feng family, which means there are specific rules to consider. Most of them are self-explanatory, but some rules may be new and unknown, also try to practice your Chinese, I am sure master Chen Shiyu will appreciate your dedication and effort.

What would be an appropriate gift for a Shifu?

If possible the Hongbao is preferred to contain RMB, but other currencies should be a viable option to if you are unable to obtain RMB. Depending on your identification with your lineage the Hongbao should include different amounts of money. For a complete stranger, the Hongbao is a very respectful approach, and less money is expected Рdepending on the occasion the envelope contains around ~50 Euros. If the person is closer to the Shifu (in a student РMaster relation), the red envelope may contain between 100 and 300 Euros. These are rough estimates and are not an ultimate rule.