Tai chi (taiji) class available. One-to-one or small group in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, and Klang Valley in Malaysia. Suitable for individuals, families, corporations (Bring Tai chi to Your Board Room), corporate seminars and communities. Inquiries for private classes and workshops here.
Public classes at Bukit Damansara and Ampang Hilir area in Kuala Lumpur. More info here.
Learn the Wu Jian Chuan style,
and the later Cheng Man ching 37 postures (see sequence here).
Wu Style and Cheng style Tai chi
Master Wu Jian Chuan
Professor Cheng Man-ching
For Health and wellness. Develop grace, poise, balance, focus. Included in the course: "Stillness Self Healing sessions". Rid dis-ease without drugs or surgery.
Advanced classes: Pushing Hands and self defense. To understand more deeply
the play of yin and yang. Develop ching (jing), ability to withstand blows
to the body, learn rooting, fa-jing (express energy jing).
Self defense classes for adults, women, and teens, click here
In Tai Chi you're always moving, but always under complete control. There's no overextension, no wasted effort. The body moves as one with the arms, feet, waist and body parts balanced in circular movement - moving, rotating, transforming. The weight shifts continuously, evenly, and under complete control throughout the form, coming to rest briefly, but completely on one leg or the other as the next element of the form unfolds.
Throughout the form, the body remains soft and relaxed, as if suspended from the top of the head the whole body is liken to pearls joined by a thread.
The mind is centered on each movement, assessing the alignment and correctness of the form, focusing on feeling the flow - from substantial to insubstantial in each movement and vise versa.
Breathing in through the nose slow and even, inhaling during contractions, and exhaling during expansions of the form.
The benefits of Tai chi has been evaluated and used in Universities, Hospitals and Alternative Health centers for improving health and wellness. (See scientific articles on Tai chi)
Updates on Tai chi page
Feb 2014: Philip Morris International Workshop - here
Tai Chi is an ancient system of exercise and martial arts enduring and thriving
in the modern world. Its principles are:
Being Deeply and thoroughly Relaxed (song)
Being non Resisting
Cultivating and circulating the internal energy “chi”,
Sensing and detecting energy; Using “4 ounces to deflect 1000
pounds” in self defense strategy,
Based on Yin Yang understanding: that “Within strength; there is weakness”;
and similarly “Within weakness, there is strength.”.
TAI CHI CHUAN PART 1
Tai Chi for health Program
TAI CHI- is an ancient system of exercise that emphasizes effortless breathing,
flowing movements and proper body coordination.(Watch video online here)
It is suitable for
the young and old; robust or sickly
and improving physical, mental, neurological health
For developing grace,
poise and Balance
Cultivation of the
internal energy “chi”
Prolong life, sustain
Tai Chi for health is based on the concept that “Prevention is better
than cure”, and that daily, regular Tai Chi exercises tones muscles,
clears metabolic toxins, and rejuvenates the body from the stress of modern
The central nervous system, and internal organs which are vital to good
health are tonified by the exercises. This is because in Tai Chi
the movements are led by the waist, and are not just flowery movements
of the hands alone.
The low stable postures require us to be always balanced on one leg at
a time. These requirements plus the rhythmic breathing enhances
blood circulation while strengthening the legs.
Tai Chi exercises uses smooth movement, strict postural requirements and
utilizes an energy likened to “pulling silk from a cocoon”.
The combination of slow rhythmic movements, calm concentrated disposition
and centeredness enhance relaxation and serenity. This serenity
is likened to meditation in motion.
The course will benefit all participants young and old, robust or sickly.
For those with ailments, Tai Chi is known to help such ailments as fatigue,
rheumatism, gastric problems, backaches, headaches, general stress, prone
to infection, overweight, high blood pressure, diabetes etc.
Sifu Yeap Eit Keung has over 30 years experience in teaching Tai Chi (since 1976) both overseas and locally. (More here)
1. Suspend the Head from the Top
2. The tongue is placed against the palate.
3. Keep the chin in, don’t protrude the chin.
4. Tail bone must be vertical - don’t protrude.
5. Shoulders & elbows to “sink.”
6. Relax the chest (don't protrude) , so that the chi can sink down to the tan tien.
7. Distinguish the solid and the empty.
8. Always Be Relaxed
9. Eye level is to be steady; do not bob up and down.
10.Sink your root to the sole of your feet.
and Organisations who have been taught by Master Yeap