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Chinese Taiji Quan - Chinese Chen Tai Chi Quan - Chinese GongFu  

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Welcome. How lucky you are!

You have stumbled onto a magical opportunity

 

Learn the original 800 years old lineage form of Chang San Feng who was the founder of the original Tai Chi. It is easy to learn, yet uniquely powerful. It is totally different from other martial art. Tai Chi base on body, soul and natural environment. At the time Chang San Feng created this form, Chinese spiritual culture had elevated the science of inner alchemy to its highest peak. This secret tai chi form can be considered one of the crown jewels of China’s spiritual development. Its ancient name was ‘Wuji Gong’. It literally means ‘develops skill for entering the Supreme Mystery’. It is often translated as ‘Primordial Qigong’ or ‘Primordial Tai Chi’. Qigong is the historical mother of Tai Chi. It benefited for health and spiritual development, and is much older than Tai Chi done for martial self-defense.

 

Tai Chi, or Taijiquan in Chinese, is an outstanding gem of traditional Chinese cultural that is valuable in promoting health, developing combat and self-defence skills, and improving concentration and overall well-being

 

Although it is a branch of Chinese martial artsit has also been practiced for general health and fitness purposes since the 16th Century. Health benefits are derived from the Tai Chi’s slow, gentle and tranquil movements which enable harmony in mind and body, improved mobility, suppleness and mental alertness. Anyone regardless of age or level of fitness can practice and benefit from Tai Chi.

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The answers given here are just short answers to get a general idea of the subject. The list of questions will be more and more updated. If you have more questions to ask or more subject(s) to discuss you are welcome to contact Simon

 Tel:15949378465     E-mail:simon169@hotmail.com )

 

 

IntroductionI am come from Yangshuo Guilin Guangxi Province.

Yangshuo fit to practice the good place of Tai Chi and is in possession of combining water with mountain.

 

Below: There are  different saying about Chinese TAijiquan - Chinese Chen Tai Chi Quan - Chinese GongFu

 

What is Tai Ji Quan?

Taijiquan is a martial art, a healing and a meditation system, all in one. It?s movements are based on the philosophical principle of contrasts. There is always a change. From empty to full, from slow to fast etc

 

Tai Ji Quan or Tai Chi Chuan - what is right?

In western parts of the world it is well known as Tai Chi. In China, the source of that art, nobody would understand if you ask about Tai Chi. Because in Chinese it is spoken and written Tai Ji Quan or Taijiquan (Chinese Pinyin System). So on this website the the writing Tai Ji Quan or Taijiquan is in use.

 

When and by whom was Chen Style Tai Ji Quan (CSTJQ) created?

Chen Style Taijiquan was created by the General Chen Wang Ting (1600-1680). He combined the "Daoyin" (meditative gymnastic exercises which have guidance of Qi) and the "Tuna" (deep abdomen breathing ) with the strongest and efficient Boxing systems techniques known until that time.

The forms Grandmaster Chen Zheng Lei is teaching has been created by Chen Chang Xing (13th generation of CSTJQ, the "Lao Jia" forms), Chen Fake (17th generation CSTJQ, has created the "Xin Jia" forms) and his teachers Chen Zhao Kui and Chen Zhao Pi (they have created some weapon forms).

 

What is characteristic for the Chen Style Taijiquan (CSTJQ)?

In CSTJQ you see smooth and slow techniques (like flowing water) in symbiosis with explosive powerful punches, palm strikes, kicks, jumps etc. Some people might say now that this is not Taijiquan because of the hard techniques. That?s not right. If it is well practiced you will NEVER find stiffened strength in it. It?s always the right combination of relaxing, connecting, speed and the mind guided usage of qi. Also characteristic in CSTJQ are the deep stances. But don?t worry,  it?s possible to do them in high positions too. It depends of one's body constitution , age etc.

 

Which effects do I have through Tai Ji Quan?

 

With regular (!!!) training it (just a short list of effects):

- can prevent one's  health and save injuries

- decreases complaint

- can heal in some cases

- strengthen one's  muscles of the whole body (but not "bodybuilding)

- improves one's  coordination

- improves one's  posture

- improves one's  trim

- recovers one's  original body reflexes

- one's attitude is more balanced

- eases one's  tensions or removes it

 

How often should it been practiced?

Once Grandmaster Chen Zheng Lei said:

"If you have a one day break between two trainings it will throw you back for 1 week.

If you don?t practice Tai Ji Quan for one week, it will throw you back for one month in your training.

If you don?t practice for a month....well, than you can start from the beginning."

 

So you have to practice it daily, at least approximately 20-30 minutes.

After all the "how much do I...." and the "how often do I....." depends on what you want to achieve with Taijiquan

 

 

 

For whom ist CSTJQ suitable?

 

Short answer: Everybody. It is suitable for everybody, man or woman, young or old etc.

And like said before it depends on one's  body constitution whether she/he can

do the techniques in deep stances or jumps.... That means that the teacher

has to teach individually

 

Is there a graduating system in Tai Ji Quan?

 

No.

But there is a graduating sytem from the China Wushu Association (CWA), called "Duan Wei".

It?s function is to show the abilities of a Gong Fu (Kung Fu) practitioner, similar to the

Japanese "Dan" system

 

There are 9 Grades (Duan) which are visual connected with animal symbols

 

1. Duan (Bronze Eagle)        2. Duan (Silver Eagle)          3. Duan (Golden Eagle)

4. Duan (Bronze Tiger)        5. Duan (Silver Tiger)           6. Duan (Golden Tiger)

7. Duan (Bronze Dragon)      8. Duan (Silver Dragon)         9. Duan (Golden Dragon)

 

 

 

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