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  1. Jac

    Shibashi Qigong, Chuan/Yan and Shin Tora Do/Chi

    Do any of you have experience with Loretta Wollering's tai chi at www.internalgardens.com? I thought some of her videos were interesting, but at the same time I'm kind of wary because she is really pushing her product on her website.
  2. Jac

    Shibashi Qigong, Chuan/Yan and Shin Tora Do/Chi

    I'm new to this, but I thought Taiji meant "supreme ultimate" or something along those lines--as in the combined forces of yin and yang make up the ultimate. The way I understand it, yin and yang are not opposing forces, at least not completely, because they both have a little of the other in...
  3. Jac

    Shibashi Qigong, Chuan/Yan and Shin Tora Do/Chi

    Thank you. Whenever I hear of styles that are not Chen, Yang, Wu, or Sun, I start to wonder. There's a lot of woo woo out there. I did find one other guy who teaches. He admits that he is an advanced student and still learning, though. He teaches Cheng Man Ching style. I've looked into it, but...
  4. Jac

    Shibashi Qigong, Chuan/Yan and Shin Tora Do/Chi

    Hi all, I'm in a rural area, and the nearest city that offers tai chi is 2 hours away. I did find an instructor, but he said he teaches Shibashi Qigong, Chuan/Yan and Shin Tora Do/Chi. I have been able to find information on Shibashi qigong, but I can not find anything on Chuan/Yan or Shin Tora...
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