Tai Chi Association offers training in traditional styles of Tai Chi and Shaolin Kung Fu. Classes are directed by Master Cheng, trained in Ching Wu Wushu and at the Monestary and, in the tradition of masters, Master Cheng has achieved cross-cultural excellence in the chinese traditional arts and western technical sciences.
Tai Chi Principles
Tai-Chi principles are based on the elements of Chinese medical theory, in the belief that the center of the acupuncture meridian energy, “Chi”, yin yang balance enhances your total well being in the wholistic way to live in harmony with your own self and with nature. Tai-Chi is a physical exercise; learned correctly it generates mental relaxation to really re-energize you every time.The movements are controlled, slow and continuously flowing; the entire Tai-Chi form can take as little as seven minutes, or as long as an hour to practice, equally by both the young and old.
Traditional Kung Fu
Shaolin Kung-Fu practiced in the traditional Shaolin monastery and the renown Ching-Wu WuShu is very intense and lethal. Our training encompasses many aspects beyond the intense physical strength. Tao Philosophy is taught to you progressively to apply toward everyday living, such that you achieve the inner balance of life. Kung-Fu stresses the physical fitness of your body. You gradually build your physique, irrespective of your body size, to test to a strength that you think is beyond yourself.
The secret is in correct traditional training with a dedicated and established teacher.
Master Cheng has been teaching continuously in U.S.A. since 1972. He has been featured in many of the major local newspapers, appeared on TV, and in radio interviews including one with Forrest Sawyer. Together with his brother, he published a book on the Advanced Techniques of Kung-Fu that has been distributed in Europe. Periodically, he returns to the monastery for training sojourns and travels widely in China and abroad.
Two Atlanta Locations
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