Events

LA June 2019

Los Angeles Internal Martial Arts Intensive Training with Emil Rechester

Saturday, June 08, 2019 

Happy to announce that I will be hosting one day only Internal Martial Arts Push Hands Intensive Training.
This event will be in Los Angeles on June 8, 2019 (please see flyer below) in the beautiful LA Dance Sport Club.
This training will be dedicated to most common mistakes Tai Chi Push Hand players make while engaged in the exchange. Energy, listening skills, timing, yielding, discharging energy, opening and closing and more other commonly spoken words, that are widely used in Internal Martial Arts community, but rarely experienced and often never properly practiced by practitioners, therefore constantly falling short by speaking about it and yet not being able to apply it.
If you’re tired of making the same mistakes over again and again and ready to take your Tai Chi practice to a new level … this workshop is for you!

 

Topics will be covering include:

Saturday 06/08/2019  from 10am to 1pm

1. Basic Training ( Wu-Ji Zhuang Three Lines Down Meditation)

A – Methods of Ma Bu Zhan Zhuang and Horse Stand

B – Yuan Qi Fa, Tu Na (breathing training)

2. Zhong Ding Jing training methods (training with partner)

3.  Body Alignment

4. Hand Connection Partners work and free push hands techniques

Lunch

Afternoon Session from 2pm till 5pm

5. Balance and body mass separation.

6.  Hand Connection Partners work and free push hands techniques

 

TUITION:

Cost $100.00 AT THE DOOR CASH ONLY!

 With early registration and payment (before May 25, 2019) 

 

PayPal payments should add 3% and be sent to:  taichihollywood@gmail.com

SEND PAYMENT TO:

Emil Rechester

1550 Montessouri St.

Las Vegas, NV 89117

LOCATION:    LA Dance Sport Club, 6015 Reseda Blvd., Tarzana CA 91356.

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT DANCE STUDIO ACQUIRING INFORMATION ABOUT WORKSHOP.

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