Wee Kee Jin's 15th Sheffield Tàijíquán workshop will be held 19th to 21st October 2018.
This workshop is always popular, so please book early! Download the booking form here ->>
For the fifteenth year in Sheffield, Wee Kee Jin will be leading a three day workshop on the practice and application of Tai Chi. This workshop will be of interest to students of Tai Chi at all levels and an ideal introduction for beginners wishing to explore Tai Chi for the first time. It will also be of interest to those training in other styles of martial arts.
Venue: St Mary’s Community Hall, St Mary’s Church, Howard Road, Walkley, Sheffield S6 3RX
Friday 19th Oct. 10am – 5pm
Saturday 20th Oct. 10am – 5pm
Sunday 21st Oct. 10am – 5pm
Cost: £180, or 160 if booked four weeks in advance
Book in advance with payment in full or £40 non-returnable deposit.
PLACES ARE LIMITED - PLEASE BOOK EARLY!
Booking: Peter Fletcher (Area Organiser)
The workshop will consist of:
- Five Primary Exercises (Tai Chi Principles)
- Tai Chi Form
- Push Hands (partner work, exercises to "sense and feel")
- Cultivating and releasing the ‘relaxed force’ of Tai Chi
Wee Kee Jin is the principal instructor at the Taijiquan School of Central Equilibrium based in Auckland New Zealand he is internationally recognized as a senior instructor of the Huang Sheng-Shyan system and is in ongoing demand by schools and associations in Europe, New Zealand and Brisbane Australia. Jin has dedicated himself to Taiji for well over twenty years, with most of that professionally teaching in Singapore, where he was born, and in New Zealand where he immigrated in 1991. Twice a year Jin gives workshops in England, Holland, Germany, Austria, Norway and Denmark, plus every few months he crosses the Tasman to Brisbane, Australia. Over the southern hemisphere summer months Jin hosts visiting students from Europe, America and Australia, providing them with residential training including personalized tuition, and access to his schools’ classes. The distance hasn’t deterred many from returning regularly. This is probably not just a reflection of Jin’s depth in understanding Taijiquan, but also his open and accessible teaching style.