TRADITIONAL CHEN TAIJI SCHOOL
with Master Chin King-Loon
Traditional Chen Taiji School
 
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Workshops and events are offered for our students only.  Please call (650)438-5248 for more information.  Please visit here for our regular class schedule and locations.

Tai-Chi Workshop with Master Chin King-Loon
When: Sept 5, 2011; 9:00am to 5:00pm
Where: Silicon Valley Fencing Center, 4500 El Camino Real (@San Antonio Rd), Ste 1, Los Altos
Instructions: Hun Yuan Qigong, Silk-reeling Exercises, 8 energy drills, Lao Jia First Form, and Push Hand basics.

Master Chen Youze Workshop

When: March & April, 2009; 9am-12noon & 2pm-5pm
Master Chen Youze: a 20th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan; widely acknowledged for his distinctive FaJing power; Three-time national confrontational push-hand Champion; National coach, and son of Master Chen Qingzhou, will be teaching Chen Style Lao Jia Taiji, Applications, 5 kinds Chen Taiji Push hand drills, pole shaking and basic 8 energies training.

Master Chen Youze Workshop
When: Aug 9, 2008; 9am-12noon & 2pm-5pm
Master Chen Youze: a 20th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan; widely acknowledged for his distinctive FaJing power; Three-time national confrontational push-hand Champion; National coach, and son of Master Chen Qingzhou, will be teaching Chen Style Lao Jia Taiji, Applications, 5 kinds Chen Taiji Push hand drills, pole shaking and basic 8 energies training.

Tai-Chi Retreat with Master Chin King-Loon

When: Sept 2 (10am) to Sept 3, 2007 (3pm)
Where: Asilomar Conference Grounds, 800 Asilomar Avenue, Pacific Grove, CA
Instructions: Wuji/Hun Yuan Qigong, Tai-Chi Ball, Silk-Reeling exercises, Lao Jia First Form & Canon Fist (optional), 8 energies of Taiji System, Push Hands, Tai-Chi Weapon forms (optional), and more.

Workshop with Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang

When: August 26-27, 2006; 9:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: Cubberly Community Center, Gym A, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
Instructions: Silk Reeling Exercises, Push hands, and Xin Jia First Form
(Master Chen Xiaowang: a 19th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan; widely acknowledged as the "Standard Bearer" of Chen Family Taijiquan.  He is the direct Descendant of Chen Wang Ting, the founder of Taijiquan.  He began his training at the age of eight under the tutelage of his father and then under Chen Zhaopei and Chen Zhaikui.  He is one of the best Chen Taijiquan practitioners in the world and particularly famous for his fa lin ability.)

Workshop with Master Chen Xiaoxing

When: May 27-28, 2006; 8:30am-11:30am & 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Instructions: Chen Style Taijiquan Xin Jia "yi lu" (first route) and applications
(Master Chen Xiaoxing: a 19th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan. He is the direct descendant of Chen Wang Ting, the founder of Taijiquan.  He began his training at the age of eight under the tutelage of his father and then under Chen Zhaopei and Chen Zhaokui.  He is one of the best Chen Taijiquan practitioners in the world and the Principal and Head Coach at the Chen Taiji School in Chen Village - Chenjiagou).

Workshop with Master Chen Bing

When: April 2, 2006; 8:30am-12pm & 1:30pm to 5:00pm
Instructions: Five kinds of Chen Taiji push-hand patterns and applications review
(Master Chen Bing: a 20th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan and nephew of Chen Xiaowang and Chen Xianxing; three-time National Push-Hand Champion from China; a three-time first place winner in Push-Hand and Taijiquan in Wensian, China; a two-time International Taiji Competitiona Gold Medalist; head of Taiji coach at the University of Shanghai for many years before he returned to Chenjiaqou.)

Mini Workshop with Master Chen Zheng-Lei

When: Dec 5, 2005; 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Instructions: first half hour - qigong; second hour - push hands; last hour - pole shaking.
(Master Chen Zheng-Lei: A 19th Generation of Chen Family Taijiquan.  He is known as one of the "Tai Jingangs" in Chenjiagou.  He is a two-time Taijiquan Grand Champion at the National Taijiquan Competitions, and has won over 10 gold medals at the Henan Martial Arts Competitions.)

Tai-Chi Workshop with Master Chin King-Loon

When: Oct 1, 2005; 9:00am to 5:00pm
Where: First Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall, 1100 Middle Ave, Menlo Park
Instructions: Wuji/Hun Yuan Qigong, detail and application of complete set of silk-reeling, 8 energies of Taiji system, Lao Jia First Form, and push hands.