Workshop : Sat 14 Mar 1.30 to 4.30pm
This is the only Tai Chi Bang (Stick) Workshop held in 2020!
Suitable for everyone. No pre-requisite necessary.
Easy and fun to do.
● Strengthens the muscles, joints & tendons
● Helps to prevent overuse injuries
● Improves hand, wrist and arm strength
● Strengthens the back
►► Masseurs, health professionals, musicians, gymnasts and keyboard users
will find this an invaluable tool in their professions.
This training is a must for all Tai Chi and Martial Arts practitioners
who are serious about their development!
Discover more flexible joints and a stronger grip! ◄◄
Wesley Centre Hall
corner National Circuit & Fitzroy Street, Forrest
behind the Rydges Hotel
Enter through the main entrance of the building in the car park.
$180- (GST included)
Revision for previous workshop participant $80- (GST included)
Bookings are essential.
Phone 6296 1357 or use our online payment facility now – the fast and efficient way to enrol.
Please pay the workshop fee to confirm your booking.
We welcome payment by credit card – M/C, visa, Amex.
The Hun Yuan system was developed by Grandmaster Feng Zhi Qiang (1928-2012), one of China’s great Tai Chi masters. Grandmaster Feng is recognized throughout the world for his martial arts ability. The Hun Yuan method is a complete training system of many levels, teaching the internal and external aspects of Tai Chi.
The Tai Chi Bang (Stick), which is an indispensable component of the Hun Yuan Tai Chi system, is a unique method of training the joints and tendons. Originally, this training method was passed on to only a select few. This practice is rare nowadays. It is not widely known, even though it is a fast and efficient method for developing stronger and more flexible muscles and joints.
Benefits from this Unique Training:
(1) The Tai Chi Bang helps to prevent overuse injuries as it strengthens the wrists, tendons and muscles.
(2) It develops hand, wrist and arm strength. If you notice that you may be losing hand and arm strength in performing daily tasks, such as opening jars and bottles, you will find a significant improvement after practising the Bang.
(3) It teaches you to feel and integrate the back with arm movements. You will experience this immediately with the first set of movements.
(4) It improves coordination, internal power and one’s ability to apply and escape from chin na (joint locking techniques). It also develops eagle claw power.
(5) Practising the Tai Chi Bang regularly will improve your power and Tai Chi skills without your even being aware of it.
Names of the Tai Chi Bang Movements
● Wringing with Intent
● Twisting from Side to Side
● Heavenly Circuit
● Black Dragon Winds around the Pillar
You may choose to do 9, 18 or 36 repetitions in your practice.
9 repetitions will take only 12 mins and 18 repetitions will take approximately 24 mins.
The Tai Chi Bang is easy and fun to learn!