Seminars with Master Su Zifang
Mark your calendar -- June 21 to 23, 2013
We are looking forward to Master Su's seventh annual Olympia seminar! New this year will be
a class on fan techniques. Contact me for registration information.
Discount: $245 for all classes ($315 after June 7)
Private Lessons available
For more information, to register or schedule a private lesson,
contact Debbie Leung (ChineseArts@earthlink.net). On Facebook, "like" Master Su Zifang Seminars to stay
up-to-date, for rides, to share rooms, meet other participants and stay in touch. Click on the link below.
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Master Su Zifang:
Master Su trained full-time since a child with China’s great martial artists in Taijiquan, Baguazhang and Xingyiquan
and was named one of China’s 100
Outstanding Wushu Practitioners by the Chinese National Wushu Association. She won numerous medals in national and international competitions
during her 50-plus
years of practice, has coached many champions in China and abroad, and has established a reputation for being an inspiring teacher for students of
all ages and abilities. She teaches with a passion for the martial arts and shares her skill and knowledge with kindness and humility to anyone
with a desire to learn.
Comments from participants of previous seminars:
● Master Su's teaching
is always freash, patient and so kind.
● She relates so well to people of all levels and abilities.
●.Her example is the greatest learning tool.
● I wasn't sure what to expect - whether we'd be in horse stance the whole
time or if everyone would be having so much fun that there wouldn't be much learning. Instead, it was a good combination that
was filled with human warmth and serious practice.
● Though I don't practice the same Taijiquan style as Master Su,
what she teaches is applicable across styles and is very beneficial to any practitioner of Taijiquan.
● Master Su is an incredible combination
of great spirit, heart and mastery of martial arts.
Principles of Movement and Fitness
Practice safe, easy-to-learn exercises, including use of a staff (rod/pole) for range of motion
and flexibility. For people of all abilities and movement interests.
fan is an unsuspected weapon often used in Chinese martial arts. Learn basic techniques and movements, then put them together
into a short form.
All Taiji styles share a foundation that includes posture, movement from the
legs, full-body connection, relaxation and the 13 Principles or Energies. Improving our foundation will improve
our understanding and practice of Taiji. Experienced Taijiquan practitioners and beginners are welcome.
Style Taijiquan Sword
Develop a strong foundation in traditional Taiji sword by learning its various methods and techniques,
and putting them together in a short form. Everyone is welcome.
(Eight Trigram Palm)
gracefully expresses power through circles and spirals while
balance, strength and flexibility. Practice circle walking (the
of Bagua), basic steps, and the eight palms in a beginning
that is both fun and challenging.
Click here to watch a video of Master Su performing Bagua years ago.
Check out the Photo Gallery for photos from past
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