When we practise Qigong, we work for good health in both body and mind. It is said that spirit and life must be trained together i.e., Xing Ming Shuang Xiu.
Grandmaster Tse continues his discussion of the history behind Chun Yuen Quan and its roots in the Shàolín Sì 少林寺 – Shàolín Temple .
Springtime, the annual call for the Chun Yuen course taught by Sigong for the Tse Centre instructors. This time Mike had organised the zoom details and scheduling of testing, polishing and training with perfect timing and precision, everything run very smoothly. There were many senior and newer instructors from UK Europe Canada and New Zealand. Thank you to everybody for a great course.
Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳 is originally a form of Shàolín Quán 少林拳 and so comes from the Shàolín Sì 少林寺 – Shàolín Temple.
The Chen seminar this weekend was special as we started a new form, the Chen Taiji Jasmine Spear and White Monkey Staff. It is always exiting to start up on a journey of learning a new form!
This was another morning to challenge yourself, the sword, the tassell and you, can you harmonise the three?
The 4th seminar in the 28 Constellation Gong series was all about the South Red Phoenix.
Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳 is a Northern Shàolín Quán 少林拳, that was passed to the Beijing Opera. One of the great master’s was Wang Ping 王平.