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Using wall, chair: training with a structure that don’t move
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 27 min.   In: English   Year: 2013  Difficulty:1/5  At:Toronto

Wall, Chair, and Training
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Alex has been training with me in Fredericton, NB for about three years. This summer, he completed 1000 repetitions of Yilu.

Keep up the good work!

 

Chen Zhonghua In Toronto

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Phoenix Workshop Photo i

by admin2 on 2014/09/24

Aaron Bartholomew was accepted as disciple during the workshop
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Push hand lesson of how to gain space on the opponent
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 2 min.   In: English   Year: 2013  Difficulty:1/5  At:Toronto

Gain space: no push
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Differences between Yilu and Erlu (Cannon Fist):

The body behaves differently, or has a different quality in each form.

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John Intervalo <john.intervalo@gmail.com>
Sep 20 (2 days ago)
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Bare the energy out: How structure and movement clarity leads to intention and energy output
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 23 min.   In: English   Year: 2013  Difficulty:3/5  At:Toronto

Bare the energy out
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Guest Speaker:   Master Chen Zhonghua
Topic: The Eight Methods of Taijiquan
Date: Wednesday, Sep. 24, 2014
Time: 8:15 pm to 9:45 pm
Place: German Mills Public School
61 Simonston Blvd., Thornhill, Ontario L3T 4R5
Fee: Free

 
Thank you for the overwhelming response, this seminar is now FULL.

 
Due to limited space, pre-registration is required with:
Kelvin Ho
kelvin.ho@practicalmethod.ca
416-903-3751
 
Related Event:
Practical Method Toronto Workshop Sep 25-28, 2014

Nestor Ramos, Erwin Ramthun, Bruce Schaub and Patrick D’Alessio were accepted as disciples of Master Chen

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Mini lesson on the principle, how it apply in yilu and application
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 2 min.   In: English   Year: 2013  Difficulty:1/5  At:Toronto

Inside stays inside; outside stays outside
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So I got this cool professional camera from Master Chen and I recorded a lot of clips. Still need to sort most of them out but here’s one video I compiled from it.

We took a tour around DQS. The 8 immortal caves as well as some other attractions. It was a nice afternoon and we had together. Lilia, John, Paul, Eric and me. I think I’m not in this video though. Typical photographer problem indeed.

 

Perseverance 6

by Pawel Mueller on 2014/09/14

Back in Vienna and now also with a fix 40h job I can’t practice that much. But, as Master Chen often says, Taiji practice is more  about perseverance. So I do in fact practice all the time. On the subway, while sitting and an Yilu or Jibengong here and there when waiting on the train.

At first I was worried, that this is not enough. Sure, I won’t be having huge breakthroughs that fast, but I have some from time to time and that’s good. Instead of waiting for some time off where I can practice I practice all the time a little bit. That sums up. I recorded this Video at the end of my first 3 months visit to DQS and I see a lot of improvement already.

What I want to say with this? Do small things all the time. It’s worth it and it’s better than doing nothing after all. (People on the Train might look strange at you, though)

 

happy training

cheers

 

A youtube viewer of video below asked:
Master Chen, how will know if can be used when we can practice 100%? How would we know if it is real or an illusion of our ability?

 

Please comment on this good question