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Syd14 - groupToday was the first day of the workshop in Sydney. After some adminstrative issues and handing out the t-shirts, Master Chen took control and started in quick sucession of static 3 count elbow in, turn waist, hand out. Soon this developed in stepping positive circles, and before everyone recovered the class was already twisting (wringing) the towel. We also explored the three way split, the effect of the resultant power (usually the other person on the ground).

 

We then continued with an extensive series of applications related to the movements of ‘Buddha’s Warrior’, and Master Chen demonstrated various variations to the applications with the foot kicking in the knee, the foot sliding behind the leg, the foot sliding behind the leg and kick the opponents leg from under them, the split of the kua at the front for higher moves and the back kua for lower hand moves, how the three way split applies to this, and much, much more. Read more

More photos from Perth Australia at Facebook album

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Chen style Taijiquan Practical Method class starting at the Balmain PCYC on Monday evening from 7pm to 8:30pm
Address: 372 Darling St, Balmain NSW 2041

Contact: Paul Janssens at info@chenpracticalmethod.com.au

Ceremony conducted at Perth Workshop.

Paul Janssens James Strider

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Dear Mr Chen, thank you for your instruction. A lot of instructors will talk about principles that are really concepts that is subjective like relaxation. It was a real pleasure to work with material that was based on mechanical principles and was repeatable. A real pleasure. (Miles Henderson facebook comment)

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1st Australian visit by Master Chen Zhonghua in March 2012, Sydney and Canberra. Registration and more info: chenpracticalmethod.com.au

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We, from the crisp clean deep snow in the north, feel sorry for you poor souls!