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.
This course marked the first residential course to be held in four years – the first since COVID 19. The course was held at Harper Adams University in Shropshire – a welcome reunion for many and a pleasant encounter for first-timers.
For the practice of moving Qigong, the five underlying principles are essential.
Grandmaster Tse taught another part of this essential Wing Chun training and introudced the next star.
The sixth part of the Dragon Shadow Sword series of seminars began with an interesting lecture by Grandmaster Tse on energy and spirit in Qigong and martial arts.
Like many of us, I started 28 Constellation gong just before COVID and have been eagerly awaiting the chance to carry on learning this fascinating form.
This was the last seminar for the Chen Pole, and though it was a short form I found it challenging. That’s because I did not understand its nature until I actually got the long pole, the weight, the height, and many questions I asked myself on how this would work.
In the latest instalment of the Wing Chun Ten Star Footwork series, which was Part 7, Sigong (Grandmaster Tse) took us through a tour of all the footwork already covered in this series.
Rotation was the key word in this seminar. Sifu’s lecture focused on the creation of the Xiao Dao Tian (Small Heavenly circle).