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Instructor de Tai chi Li Jinwei

Li Jinwei, nació en Fangchen, Guangxi en 1985. Ha seguido a maestro Fu NengBin para aprender el Taichi del estilo Chen desde 2009. Ahora es un experto en Chen-style Old Frame One and Two, espada, sable, doble sables, alabarda, forma de competición y empuje de manos (tuishou).

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En noviembre del 2010 fue enviado a “Chen Village Tai Chi Hall- Guangdong Shenzhen Center”. Durante este tiempo ganó 2do premio en “Traditional Chen-style Tai chi fist” y espada, y el 1er puesto en “Group Chen-style Tai chi” en el “twelfth Shenzhen Traditional Martial Festival”.

Fue enviado a enseñar Chen-style Tai chi en Nanchang,Jiangxiin en abril 2011.

Ha salido en numerosas exhibiciones y actividades de la escuela. Fue invitado para demostrar por  CCTV4, The Strait TV, Guilin TV, Yangshuo TV, entre otros pragramas de la televisión. Ha enseñado a alumnos extranjeros de >10 paises y ha sido recomendado por sus alumnos nacionales e internacionales

Actualmente enseña en la Yangshuo Tai chi and Kungfu School.

 

Shen Yi Valencia organisa su 3er seminario de Chen Tai Chi con el Maestro Fu Nengbin en Valencia, Spain

SHEN YI VALENCIA tiene el gusto de invitarte a nuestro tercer seminario anual con el maestro Fu NengBin que tendrá lugar de sábado 17 hasta domingo 25 de noviembre.

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una gran oportunidad de poder entrenar con Fu NengBin, maestro de XXII generación de Chen Taijiquan sin tener el coste y las incomodidades de tener que viajar a China. 9 dias con unas 5 horas de clase al día.

El año pasado trabajamos los fundamentos, chan si jin, zhan zhuang, rotación de dantian, laojia yilu, laojia erlu, espada, aplicaciones y mucho empuje de manos. Esperamos hacer lo mismo y un poco más.

PRECIOS 

  • Seminario entero (9 días): 270 euros;
  • Fin de semana (2 dias): 75 euros;
  • Dia suelto: 50 euros;   Sesión suelta: 30 euros
  • Descuento de 10% con carnet socio SHEN YI

HORARIO

  • de Sábado 17 a Domingo 25 de noviembre
  • Mañanas: 11 a 13:30 y tardes 19 a 21:00/21:30
  • Domingos libre por la tarde

Si vienes de fuera tratarémos de ayudarte lo mejor posible de alojarte en casa de algún alumno o en la misma escuela para minimalisar tus gastos.

Ponte en contacto con johan Duquet a través de shaolinychentaiji@gmail.com para reservar tu plaza.

Omeida English School vs. Yangshuo Tai Chi & Kung Fu School – Volley Ball Competition!

Yesterday evening, after a whole week of hard training in the heat of Southern China, instructors and students of the Yangshuo Tai Chi & Kung Fu School started the weekend with another kind of physical and mental challenge: a volley ball competition organized by the Omeida Language College.

Tai Chi School -vs- Omeida Language College Volley Ball Match

4 teams competed, 2 representing Omeida and 2 from our Tai Chi school, with one “Chinese team” and one “International team” for each school. The first game put the Omeida Chinese team up against the Tai Chi School International team. With a score of 25/15, it was an easy victory for us. In the second game, our Chinese team did well, but lost against the Omeida International team, 21/25.
For the finale, as the sun was setting and the day getting cooler, the heat among the players got higher and higher. Although nothing big was at stake, just the growing friendship between English and Tai Chi schools, the players took the game very seriously, especially the French students from both teams, with their legendary competitive spirit.

The finale game was saw a playoff with 2 winning rounds of 15 points between the two International teams. With both teams at equal level, the game proved to be exciting and enjoyable for both players and spectators. Indeed, the first round was won by Omeida, 15/13. The Tai Chi students evened up the score in the second round, 15/13. In that second round, one of the players from our school, actually one of our instructors, injured his ankle by diving to catch the ball. We hope Fred will get better soon, so that our students can still benefit from his professional Tai Chi coaching. Finally, in a very noisy ambience and with suspense at its peak, the players from both teams gave everything in the final round. While the Tai Chi International team was initially leading, in the second part of the round, the Omeida team rallied eventually our school lost. A very close victory, 13/15 for Omeida.

Winners and losers, as well as some supporters, all gathered after the game to enjoy a friendly and delicious dinner at one of the local restaurants of the city, Hidden Dragon. We drank to health, to sports, and to friendship!

Christine Leang
christineleang(a)gmail.com
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