Masters of Tai Chi Chuan

 
 
 
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Masters of Tai Chi Chuan

Master Chen Xiao Wang Master Chen Xiao Wang (1946) Born in Chenjiagou, started in the practice of Taiji Quan, with his father Chen Zhaoxu son of Chen Fake, After the death of his father, went to Chenjiagou to train with his uncle in Chen Zhaopi  the Lao Jia. Finally, after the latter's death in 1972, passes another train with his uncle Chen Zhaokui, who introduced him to  the Xin Jia (New School) branch developed by Chen Fake, his grandfather during his teaching in Beijing. From his youth, noted especially for his ability and excellent technical quality, won numerous competitions, which are especially noteworthy, gold medals at the championships of China during the 80, 82 and 83 and the first world championship of Wu Shu, 1985 in the form of Taiji Quan, which took place in the town of Xian (China). Along with teachers Chen Zhenglei, Wang Xian and Zhu Tiancai, is considered one of the four Jin Gang (guardian deities of Buddhism) of Chenjiagou. Master Chen Xiao Wang has done extensive outreach and development of Taiji Quan. At the request of the government of the Republic of China developed two simplified forms of Chen style, one of 38 movements and one from 19. Participated in various martial arts films as an actor, and also directed other films in the martial aspect of them, for example "The disciple of Shaolin," "The spirit of Taiji Quan Kung Fu," "The beggar prodigious". He has been invited by many important figures and presidents of several countries. She goes to Spain every year to give seminars at the request of his disciples in Spain, Luciano Vida and José Luís Serra. Nowadays regarded as the guardian of the style,his technical and human quality has led him to be recognized by China as a national treasure and was recently awarded the 9th tuan Wu Shu, for his continued efforts to disseminate traditional Chinese culture. It is concise when it comes to teaching and has its own pedagogy, which can be summarized in three points:  naturalness  to learn gradual and orderly  When you feel tired, do high positions Master Yang Jun (1968) Born in Taiyuan, China, Master Yang Jun belongs to the 6th generation of the Yang family Taiji Quan, a direct descendant of the founder of Yang Style Taiji Quan, Yang Lu Chan. From the tender age of 5 years, he trained under the thumb of his grandfather, Grand Master Yang Zhenduo, who introduced him to the family tradition. In 1995 he received the title "Master famous Shanxi Province" by China Academy of Wu Shu. Is similarly high-level judge, having participated as such in the 1998 National Championship of Taiji Quan in China. Based in Seattle USA since 1999 with his wife Fang Hong, teaches and plays the position of President of the International Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Association. Master Yang Jun currently runs many seminars in Taiji Quan throughout the world, of unquestionable ability, in their combines hardness and softness, fineness and precision of movements. Great-grandson of the famous Master Yang Chengfu, Master Yang Jun is a worthy successor, and is now carrying the rich tradition of Yang Family Taiji Quan. Master Chen Bing (1971) Chen Bing, Taiji Quan teacher native of Chenjiagou Wenxian County, is a prominent representative of the 20th generation of Chen family Taiji Quan. His 35 years of experience in the world of the Taiji Quan and made his fame spread to much of Asia, Europe and USA Born in 1971, Chen Bing grew up in Chenjiagou, Wenxian, Henan Province, China. He began his lessons of Taiji Quan from his two uncles  renowned Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang and Grandmaster Chen Xiaoxing at the age of 6 years. Between 1990 and 2000, Chen Bing was gradually gaining recognition for their participation in regional tournaments and national Wu Shu championships in China: In 1990, he won 1st place in honor of Taiji Quan, Sword and Combat in Taiji Quan Competition Jiaozhou City. 1993, 1998, 2000, won 1st place in Chen Style Taiji Quan of Wenxian County during the international  Taiji Quan festivals. 1995, 1996, 1997, was crowned five-time consecutive champion of Taiji Quan, Sword and Push Hands of Taiji Quan. 1996, 1998, 2000, won 1st place in Taiji Quan Push Hands in the 70kg class at the National Competition Wushu Taiji Quan. In 1996, he won the 1st place in the category of 70 kg and the International Championship of Taiji Quan of Wenxian County By 1997, won 1st place in all rounds of Taijiquan in Henan Province Wushu Tournament. In 2001, he won 1st place during the 1st International Festival of Taiji Quan Health Association of Hainan. Chen Bing  began promoting Chen Style Taiji Quan, while attending college in 1999. He graduated from the College of Physical Education in Shanghai in 2001: 1999, created the Fudan University, Chen-Style Taiji Quan Association. . In 2000 he was invited to participate in the 1st International Festival of Qi Culture in Seoul (Korea in May 2006). And in November, he was invited back to Korea for three months to teach Taiji Quan. He was invited to Japan for a month of instruction Taiji Quan in July 2001. 2002, May, as  a coach, led the team pushing hands of Henan Province to compete in the National Wushu Championship winning two gold medals and a bronze medal. In 2003, he accepted an offer from the Medical University of Bo-Chuan of China going to Korea as a university professor.   In the same year was honored by the Henan province as "exceptional Kunfu Trainer". From 2004, made several visits to U.S. to teach Taiji Quan and workshops in San Francisco, Chicago, San Diego, Columbus, Ohio, and the city of Phoenix. 2005, May. Was invited to Columbus, Ohio, to participate in the Festival of Asia. The cover of the magazine "Inside Kungfu" included an interview with Chen Bing "in its December issue.   2006, was appointed by the County Wenxian as head coach at the School of Wushu Taiji Quan Wenxian. Critics Reviews: "achieved great success in tournaments with a superb technique and integrity incorporated into both Taiji Quan and martial arts.