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Zhu Tiancai Coming to U.S.

From C.P. Ong:

Grandmaster Zhu Tiancai is a renowned 19th generation successor of Chen Style Taijiquan, and is one of the "FOUR GREAT JINGANG’S (GEMS)." He is known for his hands-on and down-to-earth approach in teaching, which cuts through the complexity that surrounds taiji. He is a must-see for any taiji enthusiast

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Open to anyone who wants to deepen the knowledge of Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan). Beginners and advanced students will benefit equally from Master Zhu’s enthusiasm and boundless energy in the workshop that will motivate and inspire your practice.

Sat 9:00 to 12 noon: Fajin (Explosive power) Training

Sat 2:00 to 5:00 pm: Qinna (Joints seizing/locking techniques)

Sun 9:00 to 12 noon: Push hands I (Fixed steps)

Sun 2:00 to 5:00 pm: Push hands II (Moving steps)

Date: Sat May 28 – Sun May 29

Fees: $225.00 for both days/$125 for one day

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY

Late Registration Fee: $25.00 if not paid by Apr 16, 2007

Place: Bretton Woods Clubhouse, 15700 River Rd, Germantown, Md, 20874

CALL OR EMAIL NOW TO REGISTER EARLY.

Tel: 240-447-8134 or 301-299-8116

Email:

cpong@goTaiji.com

 

Make checks/payments to: C.P.Ong, 10111 Norton Rd, Potomac, Md, 20854 Hotel Accommodation:

Holiday Inn Hotel, 2 Montgomery Village Ave, Gaithersburg, Md.

Tel: 800-HOLIDAY or 301-948-8900

SPECIAL RATE: $79.00/ROOM (up to four occupants)

PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY (Reservation under CHEN TAIJI GROUP)

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