Forthcoming - All Levels
|Sat Dec 10, 2016 @10:00-Sun Dec 11, 2016 @16:00|
Sun Style 13 & 38 Step refresher - Telford
|Sat Jan 28, 2017 @10:00-Sun Jan 29, 2017 @17:00|
Year of the Rooster Boot Camp - Free to Members - Telford
|Sat Feb 25, 2017-Sun Feb 26, 2017|
Tai Chi Instructor Training 2017 - Level 1 - Telford
|Sat Mar 18, 2017 @10:00-Sun Mar 19, 2017 @16:00|
Sun Style 73 Step Form - Telford
Xing Yi Quan
Xing Yi Quan (Hsing Yi Ch'uan) is one of the three major internal styles of Chinese martial arts (namely Xing Yi, Baugua And Taiji). Xing refers to form or shape and Yi commonly refers to the mind or intent. Quan [fist] denotes a method of unarmed combat. Xing Yi Quan is commonly referred to as Form and Mind boxing. The name illustrates the strong emphasis placed on the motion of the body being subordinate to conscious control. The form the body takes is an external manifestation of the internal state of mind and is the underlying premise behind Xing Yi Quan as a method of combat.
The Development and Practice of Sun Style
Sun Style Tai Chi was created by Great Grand Master Sun Lu Tang, one of China's most prominant Martial Arts Master in recent Chinese History. He was also a highly accomplished Xing Yi and Bagua Master. As the most senior student of Sun Lu Tang, my great grand father Grand Master Li Yu Lin was one of the main disciples assisted and represented Sun in his teaching.
As a family tradition, it was passed down to my father Professor Li and subsequently myself. through the last 4 generations, we have taught and learned as closely as the way it was taught by Sun Lu Tang. All the detail, philosophy and inner essence of our learning and teaching remains true to the tradtional value of Sun Style Tai Chi passed down by Sun Lu Tang and my Great Grand Father Li Yu Lin.