The Importance of Posture in Taijiquan
  by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, November 29, 2016 Since taijiquan is an internal qigong martial style, correct posture is essential. Incorrect postures can cause many problems: a tight posture can stagnate the internal qi circulation, wrong postures may expose your vital points to attack, and floating shoulders and elbows will break the jing and reduce jing storage. › Read more
Breathing Exercises for Tai Chi Ball
The following will highlight some fundamental techniques required for nei gong. Nei gong is also known as internal gongfu. Internal gong focuses on regulating the body, breathing, mind, qi, and spirit. It is impossible to cover all of this training here, so if you are interested, please refer to the books The Root of Chinese › Read more
Basic Taiji Theory
If we desire to understand tàijí theory, then we must first trace back to its origins and roots. Only then will we know how and where it came from. Although a great proportion of Chinese martial arts history is vague, we can still trace it with some accuracy and in some detail. If we trace › Read more
New students welcome
In YMAA we teach Tai Chi Chuan Yang style long form/sequence, Pushing Hand and Tai Chi weapons. Join us for your life-time adventure – classes on Mondays and Thursdays. Follow link to learn more about our classes. › Read more
London Competition for Traditional Tai Chi Chuan 2017
On the 18th of June 2017 (Sunday) YMAA Orientsport (represented by Roger and Zibi) participated in London Competition for Traditional Tai Chi Chuan. We took part in Pushing Hands competition (Fixed and Moving). Two years break from competition made our scores lower from expected but gave us great motivation for future training! Our achievement: Roger › Read more

Contact

 

Ealing Tai Chi –
YMAA Orientsport

Gurnell Grove Community Hall
Gurnell Grove, Ealing, W13 0AQ
Instructor: Zibi Panasewicz
mobile: 07846938469
email: zibi(AT) orientsport.co.uk

About YMAA

 

Yang’s Martial Arts Association was established in Boston, MA in 1982. With the intent of preserving traditional Chinese Kung Fu and Qigong , Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming began training students in the rigors of Shaolin Long Fist and White Crane Gongfu as well as Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan. Dr. Yang also undertook his life-long dream of teaching and researching the Chinese arts and introducing them to the West through many books, videos and DVDs.