After more than a year of delay we were finally able to host our 7th Colorado workshop. It was not without some difficulty and a lot of nasal swabbing & testing. The weather was very bright and clear with beautiful
Enjoying regular training these days in the somewhat stable situation in Massachusetts. We welcome some new Tudi as well as very much enjoy some quality time over good food and drink. Taijiquan gongfu is for the old, who have eaten
Workshop in Paris in the works now. Dates are 2020, March 21-24 and then some extra days after for private/extended instruction. We will be training all aspects of my first level Gongfu Jia basic drills, structures, forms and applications. Concurrently
I have just launched a new martial arts, culture and related lifestyle podcast, the Drunken Boxing Podcast. The first episode is out. It features Marin Spivack, who is a well-known Chen Taijiquan practitioner and is Chen Yu’s most senior western
Formally welcoming our newest apprentice into the line of gongfu Jia has been an excellent evening. The dedication Marc Ditcher’s practice and approach is certain to lead to a skilled carrier of this age old art for the benefit of
Weather was favorable, the training was quite rigorous. The group was very inspired, friendly and focused. A good time was had by all and the seeds of this practice have been panted. Next session is in the planning phases.
Here, a recent snapshot of how Chen Taijiquan Erlu practice looked at a particular day, particular point in the practice cycle and particular mood.
Yesterday was a special day as we welcomes Omar Lakri through the door of traditional Chen Shi Taijiquan Gongfu Jia! He has been a hard working student and now as a 21st gen. Tudi of the art he will walk