Isabelle Boitière (F)
Workshop 1+2: Push hands 4 directions

Isabelle Boitière

She practices tai chi since 1993 and teaches since 1999. She achieved her French certification in 2001. Her teachers: Dan Docherty and Patrice Becker. She is a member of the technical committee of the French Federation of Tai Chi Chuan. She is functioning as judge for professional certification as well as in national and European champion ships.

  • World championship in Zhengzhou 2006 : gold medal in hand form and bronze for sword
  • Europe:
    • 2002 - gold in weapon group divison (sabre) in Danemark
    • 2004 - gold in hand form in St Petersburg
  • France :
    • 2000 - silver in weapon groupe division (sabre)
    • 2001 - gold in weapon groupe division (sabre)
    • 2002 - gold in groupe division hand form
    • 2003 - gold in groupe division hand form / gold in weapon groupe division (sword)
    • 2004 - gold solo hand form / silver solo sabre, silver in weapon groupe division/ gold in groupe division hand form
    • 2005 - gold in groupe division hand form

Workshop 1+2: Push hands 4 directions

The tuishou (push hands) in the 4 directions according to the Wudang method (style or school) using the 4 mouvements Peng, Lu, Ji is excellent to improve the observation of your partner, to practise your capacity to divert and to avoid his attacks. Consequently, we also train the 4 directions Cai, Lie, Zhou and Kao.


Scott Chaplowe (USA/CH)
Workshop 1+2: Tai Chi Eyebrow Staff – Partner Play

Scott Chaplowe

Scott Chaplowe has been practicing and teaching internal martial arts for over 22 years. Tai chi is his primary focus, including Yangjia Michuan form, eyebrow staff, and pushing hands. This is complemented with a background in other martial arts, yoga, and Chinese acupressure - in short, a mixed bag.

Primary teachers include Serge Dreyer (taichi form, staff and pushing), Lauren Smith (pushing), Veera VassantaChart (staff), Mark Stewart (Jeet Kune Do), and Robert Byner (Ryu-Te). Scott has taught tai chi in Asia (Taiwan, Thailand, and Sri Lanka), the United States and Europe. He currently resides in Geneva. Contact information: +41 79 511 5197; sgchaplowe@yahoo.com

Workshop 1+2: Tai Chi Eyebrow Staff – Partner Play

This workshop will introduce staff movements for two people, stressing tai chi principles through work with a partner. Like the choreographed movements of “da lu” we will play with listening to and responding to another person’s movement with a staff.

The workshop will focus on body alignment, footwork, opening and closing distance.

Movements are sequenced to emphasize physics and flow rather than brute strength; redirecting and neutralizing force with the staff.

The workshop is suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners of all styles. Please bring a smooth staff of eyebrow height, and a fun, curious, open attitude.


Fabian Cretton (CH)
Workshops 1 + 2: classics revisited (simple but profound influence on the way to practice)

Fabian Cretton

Tai Ji Quan is often a never ending search. After some years of practice in Valais (CH), fascinated by the different aspects (philosophy, health and martial practice), I went to China full of questions. There I met Yang Cheng Long, an unknown master whose gong-fu represents for me a certain quintessence of the practice. At 60, he is very healthy, has a profound understanding of the different aspects of the ancient texts, and is a redoubtable martial artist.

Since 18 years I cultivate the "beginner's mind" for each aspect, following workshops around the world (e.g. chinese medecine, tuishou), exchanging with different martial arts (e.g. judo, wing-chun, box, krav-maga), and drawing links between ancient principles and recent scientific discoveries.

TuiShou - competition:

  • CTND 2013 (Stuttgart) gold for fixed step, silver for moving steps
  • CTND 2012 (Stuttgart) 3rd place for fixed and moving steps

Contact : fabiancretton@gmail.com

Workshops 1 + 2: classics revisited (simple but profound influence on the way to practice)

I propose to bring some light on the classics as the "taijiquan lun" attributed to Zhang San Feng, according to Yang Cheng Long’s teaching. Some of the aspects might be, still nowadays, to seldom put into practice. Starting from the Chinese text, we will see what it can imply in a taiji form (any style) or for two people’s practice, and then see the scientific explanation of those simple ideas to highlight their deepness and importance.

The workshop could interest beginners as well as advanced practitioners, no matter the style, no matter the main interest (philosophy, health and martial practice).


Harald Hasenöhrl (D)
Workshop 1: XingYiQuan / Workshop 2: WuBuQuan

Harald Hasenöhrl

Tai Chi and Qi Gong teacher, for 23 years he studies, improves his skills and takes advanced training not only in Tai chi, Qi Gong, WuShu but also in weapons forms like sword, staff, fan, sabre and finally in meditation. He has worked in China, Germany and Austria with the professors Sui QingBo, Du Hong, Xuer MaiJin, He Lin and Yu Chang Fu.

Workshop 1: XingYiQuan

Xing Yi Quan is one of the internal martial arts in China. This martial art provides an effective self-defense, strengthens the mobility, the power, the speed, health, self-confidence and promotes concentration, attention, vigilance.

The Xing Yi Quan (Xing = movement, form • Yi = attention, mind, willingness • Quan = fistfight) movements are coordinated, powerful, clear, straight and flexible.

Xing Yi Quan consists of five basic movements from the 5 elements (Wu Xing), and also set sequences drawn from animals movements. The aim is to define movements sequences based on the five fist techniques and carry on its principles. Depending on the style of ten or twelve animal forms will be practiced.

Unlike many other animals forms, Xing Yi Quan does not value the imitation of external movement of the animal, but much more emphasis on the internal nature (spirit) of the animal in which movement is flowing.

  • Five fundamental movements and applications of Xing Yi Quan
  • Basic exercises of 12 animals including tiger, snake, bear, monkey and eagle for the strengthening and flexibility of the body as well as application techniques for defense and attack.

Workshop 2: WuBuQuan

The Wubu Quan is the foundation of all martial arts. It is a small but highly effective form of exercise. The Wubu Quan includes 5 basic elements such as Mabu Gongbu, Dulibu, Xubu, Pubu, found in all martial arts including Tai Chi, as a basis for body alignment.

Wubu Quan combines power (Li), attention (Yi), energy (chi) and train flexibility, balance and distribution of energy.

  • WuBuQuan - Five basic positions in a small form
  • Simple applications of self-defense


Daan Hengst (Hollande)
Workshop 1 + 2 : The use of Taiji principles in daily activities or sports

Daan Hengst

Daan Hengst (born in1940, Indonesia) started his martial arts training since 1964 with Western Boxing that gave him the opportunity to learn how to deal with aggressiveness and stay calm in difficult situations.

Later ( in 1971 ) in order to extend his knowledge, Chinese boxing so called “Gong Fu” came across his path with different accents in training and using the body. The light-footed movements from western boxing for instance, got changed in more rooted stands.

Pencak Silat , the Indonesian martial art ( practised since 1980) was again different from the styles described above.

After years of training with different teachers and still training, on a regular basis, with Rob and Erich Völke ( Netherlands ) and Wee Kee Jin ( New Zealand) Daan has decided (1984) to focus on understanding the intentions and ideas of Taiji Chuan not only for martial arts applications but also for all kinds of daily movements ( lifting, pushing, pulling….)and sports ( tennis, golf, bowling…..).

In this way the basic Taiji principles as being relaxed, balanced, structured, can be practised daily during your work or at home . This keeps the body and mind healthy as long as possible…

Workshop 1 + 2 : The use of Taiji principles in daily activities or sports

Look for the Taiji principles in daily activities or sports in order to understand what you are doing and practice accordingly at home, in the shopping mall, railway station etc.

Taiji principles are: stay relaxed, stay upright, look for an adequate body alignment, close and open the groins (to release energy) and…… awareness!


Nicole Henriod (CH)
Workshop 1 + 2 : Qigong and Taiji - the passage from one to the other

Nicole Henriod

Nicole Henriod was a student of Lizelle Reymond and followed courses with teacher Dee Chao, he him-self a student of Cheng Man Ching.

In 1989 she started following courses with master Wang Yen-Nien and later taught her student Luc Defago. She is a member of the european College of Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan. At the moment she continues her training in Paris with Charles Li, who was a student of Prof. Wang.

Since her trip to China in 2007, she regularly follows teachings by Prof. Liu Chang Xiang, taoist monk at Quanzhen Dao school for the practice of the Neidan and Qigong.

She is responsible for the creation of “centrÂge “, an association which regroups and forms those practicing to teach Taiji and Qigong to senior citizens.

Workshop 1 + 2 : Qigong and Taiji - the passage from one to the other

I propose a workshop which includes both Qigong and Taiji, the passage from one to the other, what they have in common and what makes them different all the while insisting mostly on what brings them together.


Claudy Jeanmougin (F)
Workshop 1: Studies of Bafa / Workshop 2: My neck and my upper back are hurting but I am taking care of it

Claudy Jeanmougin

A student of Master Wang Yen-nien, who died the morning of the 4th May 2008 in Taipei, Claudy teaches Taiji quan since 1985. In 1983, he trained at Kaivalyadhama Center in Lonavla, and got his diploma from the State of India, to teach yoga. His teaching, based on these two disciplines, also relies on, articulation biomechanics and the Chinese energy. Since 2004, Claudy follows Qigong courses with Mark Atkinson, a student of Zhang Guangde.?He is the current president of the Amicale de Yangjia Michuan Taiji quan and participated as mediator at Jasnières, as well as at Taichi Caledonia. As osteopath and acupuncturist, Claudy, above all, Advocates the respect of physical and mental integrity. Claudy likes to say that his greatest Master is, his students who with each class, helps him to continue his path.

Workshop 1: Studies of Bafa

Studies of Bafa, the eight techniques PENG, Lü, AN, JI, CAI, LIE, ZHOU adn KAO.

Learning a Duida leading into technical applications.

Workshop 2: My neck and my upper back are hurting but I am taking care of it

How to solve physical problems effecting the cervical zone and the upper spineal zone through the practice of Taiji and Qigong?


Gabriele Laritz (A/CH)
Workshop 1+2: In the center, from the center

Gabriele Laritz

Gabriele Laritz born on 9 April, 1966

    • 1990 Kark Kung Fu, Chi Kung and Eskrima (stick fighting) in Zürich
    • 1994 to 1996 Spends several months in Cebu, Philippines
      • Study Kung Fu, qi gong and Eskrima
      • Trains in traditional foot massage
    • 1996 Teaches in the TAO KUNG FU centre in Dornbirn Kung Fu, Eskrima, Tai Chi and Qi gong
    • 1997 to 2002 Spends several months in Taipei (Taiwan) to study Tai Chi and Qigong
    • 2000 Training in energetic foot massage
    • 2001 Triple champion of the Danish Tai Chi Open in Denmark
    • 2002 Triple champion of the British Tai Chi Open in Oxford
    • 2002 Triple European champion in Forms and Sanshou at the European championship of Tai Chi in Denmark

Workshop 1+2: In the center, from the center

With different types of exercises (with or without partners) we will become much more aware of our center and we will be able to apply them in the form and in the applications.


Lac Le-My (CHN/F)
Workshop 1+2 : Qigong: Hunyuan Chansi gong

Lac Le-My

Since 1979 Taiji quan Yang style and combined style
Since 1989 Taiji quan Chen style with Maître Wang Xian.
Since 1993 Taiji quan Chen style school Xinyi Hunyuan with Maître Feng Zhiqiang. Became his disciple in July 2002.
2003 Creation of the HunYuan France center (www.hunyuanfrance.com, info@hunyuanfrance.com) and instructor of the Academy Martial Zhiqiang in France.

Since 1993, various awards in national and international championships (European Zurich 1993), Beijing International Wushu Tournament 1994, International Meeting Jiaozuo (Henan 2000), International Netherland (Ultrech 2003), European Championship (St Petersburg 2004) in form and sword Chen style.

Board Member, Health Commission responsible of the French Federation Wushu FFW.

Graduate status DEJEPS Qigong and Taijiquan.

Workshop 1+2 : Qigong: Hunyuan Chansi gong

Work of the spiraling movement Hunyuan Chansi Gong and its applications.


Faye Li Yip (CHN/UK)
Workshop 1: Wake Up Your Body with Health Qigong / Workshop 2: Tai Chi Kungfu Fan

Faye Li Yip

Renowned for her martial art performing skills and her teaching ability, Master Faye Yip is highly regarded by her colleagues and students.

She comes from a traditional Chinese Martial Arts family that goes back 100 years in their Martial Art journey. Both her grand uncle, late GM Li Tian Ji and her father, Prof. Li Deyin are China's foremost masters, authors and researchers of Tai Chi Chuan & Wushu.

Faye has produced a number of high quality instructional DVDs and has taught thousands of students over the years and trained many gold medallists students in Championships in the UK and Europe.

She travels widely and regularly to give seminars/workshops on varies aspects of Tai Chi, Qigong and related subjects. She has recently been re-elected as an Executive Member of Tai Chi Union for Great Britain, one of four members of the Technical Panel of TCUGB as well as Chinese Liaison Officer.

Workshop 1: Wake Up Your Body with Health Qigong

The way we walk, stand, sit and breathe all have an impact on our body and mind. So how can we adapt and manage the change in your body to keep healthy body and mind? What are the underlying knowledge and principles behind the Health Qigong? I will be using simple yet effective Qigong movements for daily stress management; self cultivation and mind/body care, and provide explanation to some of the important key meridians and principles. All levels are welcome.

Workshop 2: Tai Chi Kungfu Fan

Created by my father Prof. Li Deyin, the kungfu fan reflects and adopted a wide variety of skills used in Tai Chi hand form, sword, sabre, long weapons, as well as Xingyi and Bagua principles. An excellent way to energies the mind and body, great fun to play the fan form to the music. I will include the basic skills of using the fan, so all levels are welcome.


Donato de Luca (CH)
Workshop 1 : Chang Si Gong / Workshop 2: Tuishou / Push hands

Donato de Luca

The Taiji Quan is for me a passion, a life style and a way of living. In 1977 I start martial arts which I practise intensely since the age of 11 and this for 4 years. In 1993 I discover the Taiji Quan style Chen with Cate Wallis in Bienne (CH) and I involved myself with continuity and pleasure.

Since 1995 I am a pupil of Master Chen Xiao Wang and I attend regularly international training courses in Switzerland and in Europe with Master Chen Xiao Wang and other Grand Maîtres of Taiji Quan. I also attended several intensif training courses in China with the Cheng family in Chengjiagou. I devote much of my time to Taiji Quan and I share it with happiness and pleasure.

Workshop 1 : Chang Si Gong

What we call « Reeling Silk » is the base of the Taiji Quan style Chen. This exercise is meant to train the center of force « Dantian* of which we are trying to understand the function. This is the way toward comprehension, of the spiral force of the forms Taiji Quan developed by the Cheng family.
Open to all levels.

Workshop 2: Tuishou / Push hands

The tuishou is a particular technique of push hands. Working in pairs we will train the quality of listening to each other from the beginning of contact. We will also train the first routine of the Cheng style as well as some applications.


Severino Maistrello (I)
Workshop 1+2: Fu Style Pa Kua Yin Palm

Severino Maistrello

Severino Maistrello has studied martial arts since 1973 and teaching for over 25 years. He is inside student of Sifu To Yu disciple of Fu Cheng Song and belongs to the 3rd generation of Fu Style.

He founded the Wudang Fu Style Federation where he serves as head instructor.

He has published a number of articles on tai chi chuan , On Zon Su (Taoist massage) and two DVD’s.

Is chairmain of the Hong Kong Northern and the Southern Martial Arts Association and member of World Kung Fu Master Association.

His syllabus includes Fu Style Tai Chi, Liang Yi, Tai Chi lighting palm, Pa Kua Chang, Nei Kung and weapons.

Workshop 1+2: Fu Style Pa Kua Yin Palm

It’s consists of pa kua chi kung and the study of Yin Pa kua and this form is very interesting for the practitioners of tai chi because this form contains the tai chi and pa kua essence. This is a characteristic form of the Tan Pai school and I think that this is very interesting.

For all levels.

Sam Masich (CA/DE)
Workshop 1 : Properties of Stance / Workshop 2 : Jue-shou and Beyond

Sam Masich

Sam Masich has been recognized as one of the top 100 Chinese martial arts practitioners in the world today. Having trained and taught for over thirty years, Sam has studied with several of the great masters of this era from both North America and China including: Liang Shouyu, Dr. Yang Jwing Ming, Jou Tsung Hwa, Yang Zhenduo and Chen Xiaowang. He currently teaches in eight countries and is the subject of two internationally airing documentaries. Sam has made some 20 films on taijiquan and neijiaquan related subjects.

Workshop 1 : Properties of Stance

Understanding stance and stepping is fundamental to good taijiquan yet this topic is rarely covered in depth. This class will help participants to understand important elements such as: stance types, stance proportion and the stance continuum in order to improve forms, push-hands applications and weapons work.

Workshop 2 : Jue-shou and Beyond

Sensing-hands—‘jue-shou’—is the partner practice based on the preliminary five of twenty-five energies. This class will take participants progressively through these energies using both solo and partner work, and introduce the larger study. Experience deeply connected push-hands and learn how to use energetic studies in a practical way in all aspects of taijiquan.


Helmut Oberlack (DE)
Workshop 1+2 : The three external harmonies in Taijiquan

Helmut Oberlack

Helmut Oberlack has studied Yang Style Taijiquan since 1981, has practiced Chen style during three years, and recently studied Zhaobao Taijiquan. His main instructors: Christel Proksch and Sui Qingbo. Co-founder of Taijiquan & Qigong network Germany and editor of Taijiquan & Qigong Journal.

Workshop 1+2 : The three external harmonies in Taijiquan

The interaction hips/ shoulders, knees /elbows, feet/hands essentially determines the harmony of Taiji movement. I will present in this workshop some exercises that will help to become aware of this interaction and improve it. I will be very happy if the participants share their knowledge and introduce other exercises


Richard Odell
Workshop 1 : Sword Applications Workshop / Workshop 2 : Sabre Applications Workshop

Richard Odell

A full time Tai Chi instructor who has studied Wudang style with Katherine Allen and Dan Docherty and fan form with Cornelia Gruber. A firm belief that Tai Chi is suitable for everyone is reflected in classes ranging from working with profoundly disabled groups, schools and over 55 groups to applications, pushing hands and sparring. Gold medalist in hand and weapons forms at British Open Championships and Gold medalist in weapons sparring sets at European Championships and the 6th Grand World Wushu Festival Shanghai.

Workshop 1 : Sword Applications Workshop

We will discuss some history and principles of the double edged sword (jian) and practice some applications and then work on a short two person application sequence. Suitable for anyone who is willing and would like to practice weapons applications. If you have your own wooden sword please bring it along but there will be some to borrow.

Workshop 2 : Sabre Applications Workshop

We will discuss some history and principles of the single edged sword (Dao) and practice some applications and then work on a short two person sequence. Suitable for anyone who is willing and would like to practice weapons applications. If you have your own wooden sabre please bring it along but there will be some to borrow.


Roberta Polizzi (I/D)
Workshop 1+2: From one to two to one and back

Roberta Polizzi

I started learning Cheng Man Ching Taiji in 1996 and teach in my own school in Hamburg since 2007. My primary Taiji teachers - Nathan Menaged, Lauren Smith, Daniel Grolle - showed me very different approaches to the art, generously opening my horizon in many ways. I also have a background as an historian and a musician, I love researching and observing.

I am most fascinated by the fineness of Taiji body-work, by its meaning in terms of awareness to the inside and the possibilities it offers for exploring interaction.


Workshop 1+2: From one to two to one and back

Easy to do partner exercises focused on noticing and listening. We will first do some gentle qigong for getting in the mood. This workshop is suitable for everybody and will be divided into two parts.

  • Part one: sharing in movement (no pressure).
  • Part two: sharing in stillness (some pressure).


Ronnie Robinson (Scotland)
Workshop 1 + 2: Qigong

Ronnie Robinson

Ronnie Robinson has studied Tai Chi and Qigong since 1981, working as a professional teacher since 1994 where he has experienced many examples of how this 'work' can benefit everyone who participates irrespective of physical condition. He works as an active promoter of these arts through a variety of roles including Editor: Tai Chi Chuan Magazine, Co-Director: Taiji Europe, Secretary: TCFE and was awarded the 1st Honorary Presidency of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain which he has continued to support and promote since joining in 1993.

Workshop 1 + 2: Qigong

There are a myriad of methods of qigong, varying in complexity and over the course of these sessions I'll be applying a range of techniques to allow the participants to develop a clearer sense of 'self' by connecting to our breaths, our bodies and gently opening and extending our range of movements and possibilities. The sessions will mainly be carried out in silence which negates the need for translations whilst increasing our sense of connectedness, both to ourselves and to others.


Caroline Schatz (F)
Workshop 1+2 : Referee workshop

Caroline Schatz

Caroline Schatz began the practice of Tai Chi Chuan in Vélizy (France) with Franck Béalet in 1989. In August 1997, she had an intensive Tai Chi Chuan in in Taiwan training with Master Wang Yien Nien (recognised as world authorities on the principles and practice of tai chi chuan).

Since 1994, she teaches Tai Chi Chuan in Sevres (France) in the framework of the Sevres Yoga Association (ACS).

She graduated in 1999 in common core BEES (Brevet d’Etat d’Educateur Sportif) and studied Chinese medicine with Gérard Archange of AFMC (French Association of Chinese massage) from 1996 to 2006.

  • International volunteer referee from 2000 to 2009 for French and European competitions of Tuishou (Tai Chi Chuan push hand)
  • Volunteer responsible from 2004 to 2007 of the training, of the refereeing and of the organization of the national competition with the French federation of Wushu martial and energy Arts of Chinese origin (FFWAEMC)
  • Responsible of the technical Tai Chi branch of the French committee for martial and energy arts of Chinese origin (CFAMEOC) from 2009 to 2010.

Workshop 1+2 : Referee workshop

Objectives : Improvement of our personal Tuishou in accordance with the rules introduced in the different European competition regulations (based on tai chi principles)

  • Listening (relaxing, be receptive to the other, his centre, his resistance or stiffness...)
  • Sticking (softness, forbidden pushes, no disconnecting, )
  • No opposition but acceptation to transform (no muscle strength LI but use of YI)
  • Body alignment and maintaining of balance (no loss of verticality)
  • Staying centered (do not move the feet in fixed step Tuishou)
  • “Full and empty” work (efficiency)
  • Forbidden grips (a big job because of it's link to the unconscious gestures or reflexes)
  1. Work on these principles with small exercices
  2. Set the context of competition in order to be aware of all these principles, to correct and apply


Jean-Pierre Schorpp (CH)
Workshop 1 + 2 : Dragon Tai-Chi Fan partner form

Jean-Pierre Schorpp

I started Tai Chi in 1993 the school of Cornelia Gruber.

Up until this time, my passion had been Fin Swimming. I had just stopped the sport, and was looking to replace it with something, also, out of the ordinary.

Saying what Tai Chi is to me, is difficult because I do not know how I would be without. It brings a serenity to things in my life.

Now that I am practicing for 16 years I take pleasure in discovering and rediscovering the things that happen in the body during my practice, as well realizing that I still have details to work on to improve my posture.

Workshop 1 + 2 : Dragon Tai-Chi Fan partner form

I propose a workshop of the Fan Combat where the roles of “the attack” and “the defense” bring to one an awareness of the need to be correct in our postures for greater efficiency. Knowledge of operation of the fan is recommended to participate effectively. I will be pleased to share this moment with you.


Paul Silverstrale (Sweden)
Workshop 1+2: Handform Applications

Paul Silverstrale

Paul has studied Asian martial arts for over 25 years, and is a student of Dan Docherty since 1998. He has lived, traveled, practiced and taught extensively in Europe, China and SE Asia, and spent thorough time in Malaysia and Singapore practicing with Wu-style family. He is an international tournament winner in forms, pushing hands and San Shou. Many of his students have also been successful on the international competition arena. Also a trained TCM acupuncturist he works professionally teaching Tai Chi Chuan all over Europe.

Workshop 1+2: Handform Applications

long range – close range. Using Pushing Hands principles in Selfdefence. Timing, distance & postioning.


Judith van Drooge (Netherland)
Workshop 1+2: The playfulness of pushing hands

Judith van Drooge

Judith van Drooge www.inner-touch.nl , Zwolle, Netherlands. She is practising Tai Chi Chuan Yang-style since 1999 with great pleasure and devotion. She is an all round practicer and won many medals. She is an authorized teacher according Master Luis Molera and Grandmaster William C.C. Chen.

Workshop 1+2: The playfulness of pushing hands

Intergrate Chi Kung manners into Pushing hands actions.

For better stands (body mechanics), focus and (re)action.

Chi Kung is practised as a warming-up and a cooling-down system.

Pushing hands act and react in a direct manner. Your one mission is to stay on your feet, rooted, and adjust in ever changing movements. Make the body spring-force useable and work in illuminated directions. Yin and Yang become dirigible and useful.

Open for all levels.


Luigi Zanini (I)
Workshop 1 + 2 : Yi Jin Jing

Luigi Zanini

Luigi Zanini studies Chinese martial arts since 1977 and teaches Baguazhang and Qigong since 1991.

Experienced in forms, weapons (1988 Italian Championship) and fighting, he has been studying Chinese internal and external martial arts and Qigong systems in Europe and USA.

He had the chance to meet and study with many skilled martial artists all around the world.

In 2000 he attained his degree in Chinese Traditional Medicine and Tuina (Chinese massage) with the Nanjing Academy of TCM.

In 2004 he travelled to India to deepen his meditation studies.

For more info : Izanini.blogspot.com

Workshop 1 + 2

Yi Jin Jing (Muscle/Tendon Change Classic)


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