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Tai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji Vietnam

Tai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji VietnamTai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji VietnamTai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji Vietnam

Tai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji Vietnam

Tai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji VietnamTai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji VietnamTai Chi Benefits at Chen Taiji Vietnam

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Try Tai Chi

  

What is Tai Chi - a combination of Yin and Yang philosophy with Chinese martial arts movements and breathing techniques. It is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness. The movements can be performed slowly and gently for health and relaxation, or faster and more powerfully for fitness and self defence applications.

Tai Chi benefits - the exercises regulate all systems within the body improving digestion, respiration and circulation. As the movements are performed in a relaxed manner this can also lead to a reduction in stress related disorders. 

The low-impact nature of the routines improves the condition of bones, joints and muscles without strain whilst encouraging balance, focus, flexibility and co-ordination to promote health and vitality within the individual.

During practice the body remains relaxed with the practitioner’s consciousness, breathing and actions all closely connected. 


Photo courtesy of Joakim Lloyd Raboff
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Instructor Garry Seghers

  

  

  • Garry started training in Yang Style Tai Chi in 2002 with John Russell 7th Degree Lau Gar Guardian and has visited and studied Tai Chi at the Huang Feihong Memorial Hall, Foshan, China under Master Lau. 
  • In Chen style Tai Chi Sifu Garry Seghers is taught and recognised as a level 4 Senior Instructor by Grandmaster Liming Yue of the Tai Chi Centre Manchester, England (who is graded 7th Duan Wei). While visiting and studying in China under Grandmaster Liming Yue he has achieved the grade of 4th Duan Wei from the Chinese Wushu Association and is a Senior Indoor Student of the Grandmaster. 
  • He also studies Chen Style Tai Chi Quan with Chen Zhenglei 19th Generation Chen Style Grandmaster, one of China’s top ten foremost Wushu masters. 
  • In 2016 he moved to Vietnam and started the Tai Chi Centre Vietnam in Da Nang and has two additional Chen groups in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City that he visits.
  • In 2018 he attended the 5thChen Zhenglei Taichi Symposium and 20th International Chen’s Taichi Advanced Workshop training with Master Chen Bin (Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei’s son).
  • This year he attended the 6thChen Zhenglei Taichi Symposium and 21st International Chen’s Taichi Advanced Workshop training with double sabre and double sword. During this visit to China he was accepted as an Indoor Student of Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei and as an Executive Board Member of the Chen Zhenglei Federation representing the Vietnam Branch.
  • In 2010 Garry was awarded the Chinese Health Qigong Association 2nd Duan and can teach various Qigong forms from the association.

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Evening Classes are at my house at the moment due to COVID-19

Beginners always welcome


Da Nang

Every Morning (weather permitting)

6.00am to 7.00am My An Beach opposite the Holiday Beach Hotel

Tuesday & Sunday Evenings

7.30pm to 9.00pm CLB Phuong Nguyet Dance Studio 948 Ngo Quyen

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Chen Zhenglei Taijiquan Federation


Live-Stream Channels

Enjoy watching the Live classes and seminars! At:

 https://chenzhenglei.com/ 

 There are Visitor areas and Member areas on this platform. As a Visitor you can watch all videos and promotional live seminars hosted on the front page of each club and affiliates. As a Member you will be able to access much more of the content provided by all clubs and affiliates. There are many valuable teaching video clips in the video library hosted on this platform. 

  


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Chen Zhenglei Taijiquan Federation


History

Tai Chi was created by Chen Wangting of Chenjiagou (Chen family village) in the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty. With over several hundred years of development being handed down from generation to generation it has given rise to other styles – Yang, Wu (Jianquan), Wu (Yuxiang) and Sun, all helping with the development and popularity of Tai Chi.


Chen Zhenglei  Chen Zhenglei of Chenjiagou Wen County, Henan Province, China, born May 1949 is a 19th generation descendant of the Chen family and 11th generation Taijiquan inheritor. 9th Duan Wushu, an expert member of the Expert Committee of the National Wushu Research Institute being accredited as one of the Top Ten Chinese Contemporary Martial Arts Masters. 


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Chen Tai Chi Eleven Form is a simplified short version ideal to introduce beginners to Tai Chi.

Ba Duan Jin (Eight Section Qigong Exercises) is an ancient Chinese health practice that coordinates breathing patterns with movement to maintain and improve health and well-being.

Contact Us

Tai Chi Centre Vietnam

K16/26 My Da Dong 12, Phuong My An, Ngu Hanh Son, TP Da Nang

+84 787579068

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Tai Chi Beach Dropin

Tai Chi on the beach Da Nang Vietnam

Courtesy of Joakim Lloyd Raboff director, camera man and editor

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Garry Seghers Chen Taijiquan

Introductory clips of Chen Taijiquan,

courtesy of Joakim Lloyd Raboff director, camera man and editor

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Tai Chi Student

Taiji Student demonstrating excerpts of a Fan Form,

 courtesy of Joakim Lloyd Raboff director, camera man and editor

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Tai Chi Trio Da Nang

Ying Yang balance, the contrast between beautiful Taiji performance and a Vietnamese demolition site,

courtesy of Joakim Lloyd Raboff director, camera man and editor

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Chen Taijiquan Chin Na

Chin Na the Taiji art of seizing and control incorporated in a Sticking Hands exercise

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