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TAI CHI ESSENCE

As people from all walks of life are discovering, Tai chi is a highly enjoyable way to stay relaxed and healthy. Tai Chi gives you inner peace, joy and vitality.

Tai Chi looks like a slow graceful dance, but behind the deceptively simple movements is a wealth of philosophy, medicine and science.

Originally developed as a martial art, Tai Chi is based on fluid movement and on a gentle yielding motion which relaxes and stimulates every part of the body.

Tai Chi is about Yin and Yang balance and harmony, but most of all it is about human happiness

The continuous flowing movements of Tai Chi are based on the principle that running water never stagnates. The gentle movements relax your muscles and joints which strengthens your body from the inside. Through movement and meditation Tai Chi brings you robust physical health, and peace of mind.

International Course of Yang Taiji 2014
International Course of Yang Taiji Grandmaster FU Sheng Yuan in Spain La Coruña 17th to 20th of April
NEW BOOK
First edition of the book "El Autentico Tai Chi de la Família Yang" by Grand Master Fu Sheng Yuan. Spanish Language Edition
WORLD YONG NIAN TAI CHI FEDERATION’s ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
2013, April and May
1ST WORLD YONGNIAN TAI CHI CONFERENCE
The 1st Conference of the World Yongnian Tai Chi Federation was a success. From the 3rd to the 5th of June 2011 several member countries of World Yongnian Tai Chi Federation have met in met in Yokohama / Japan, namely Portuguese, Chinese, Australian and Japanese members.
SHANGHAI 2011 INTERNATIONAL OPEN COURSE
4th International Authentic Yang Tai Chi CHINA - From 27th May to 2d June 2011
WEHAY / CHINA
From 21th to 26th of May 2011 it took place in Wehay / China several Tai Chi Courses. This event was organized by Beijing Wushu Association.
Yang Family Mausoleum - Handan China
It was held on the 10th April 2011 an inauguration ceremony promoted by the Government of Handan which aim was to mark the begining of the work to build a mausoleum in memory and honour of the Yang Tai Chi Family in his native village,
The ‘prince’ of slow-motion techniques
“To fly off, the bird needs to step onto a firm plane to lend force,” says Fu Qingquan, a modern-day master of the Yang family of tai chi. “Master Yang sensed that as the bird tried to step onto his hands and then he withdrew his force to give it no ground. Tai chi is very much about the ability to sense and destruct the opponent’s force at its roots.”
Interview to a World Yongnian Tai Chi Federation\'s Member
Today’s interview has the cooperation of Michael A. Selvaraj, one of our most dedicated members. He has answered some questions that we have pointed out in order to guide the presentation of his personal story that hereby we share with all of you.
TAI CHI - ORIGIN AND PRESENT by Diana Roque
The origin of Tai Chi Chuan is a controversial topic that incorporates a multiplicity of historical factors that include social, political and philosophical questions of the Chinese Culture. Several historical facts form a complex net of information, which linear analysis becomes of difficult understanding. Therefore and in order to clarify, as much as possible, the Tai Chi origin, I think that it is advisable to expose the several theories in a structured and clear approach, accordingly to a systematized model that suits three principal theories. Those theories characterize and differentiate the Tai Chi Chuan emergence, considering time and space variables, as well and obviously, in what concerns the historical characters that had been wrapped in this art birth.
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