Interesting Story out of Los Angeles - Missing Tai Chi Teacher
Practice with the Proper Mental Intent


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Skip Hackett

Ken, this really brought back to mind the experience we had with Chen Xiaoxing when you brought him to our school. The man was unfailingly polite and understood how to teach important principles. (Luckily, we had an interpreter) He worked with each of us at our own ability and opened our eyes to how much we needed to practice and learn!

Robi Sen

He also has an incredible sense of humor while at the same time being very serious, occasionally deadly serious, about Chen Style. My favorite thing about Master Chen his is focus on trying to help you model movement by often getting right behind you and moving you through a movement at a ‘normal’ speed which allows you to really feel what you need to be doing and occasionally he passes a ‘touch’ for you to work on.
Thanks for the link to my blog. I need to get around to posting a entry on my experiences at the last Chen Xiao Wang seminar.



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