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Yiquan is a kind of kung-fu, which is rapidly becoming popular. It particularly stresses the use of awareness and mind activity in training, developing perfect mind and body coordination, revealing the natural human potential. You will find here a fascinating learning process, method of nurturing health and combative training.

  
Seminar in Florence

Yiquan Academy seminar for intermediate level students was organized in Florence, Italy.

 

Added on 14 February 2018

Seminar in Lubartow

Yiquan Academy seminar was organized in Lubartow, Poland.

 

Added on 5 February 2018

Winter course

Nine day intensive Yiquan Academy winter course was organized in Warsaw, Poland.

 

Added on 29 January 2018

Seminar in Lubartow

Yiquan Academy seminar was organized in Lubartow, Poland.

 

Added on 8 January 2018

Xie Yongguang

Master Yao Chengguang's disciple Xie Yongguang conducted a seminar in Rizhao, Shandong.

 

Added on 24 December 2017

Seminar in Lubartow

Yiquan Academy seminar was organized in Lubartow, Poland.

 

Added on 30 October 2017

 

Longer courses

Summer course

22 July - 4 August 2018

Winter course

26 January - 3 February 2019

Shorter seminars

Seminar in Lubartow

17-18 March 2018

Seminar in Florence

14-15 April 2018

Seminar in Cracow

21-22 April 2018

Training with master Yao

Zongxun Wuguan, Beijing, China

25 June - 1 July 2018

China 2018
Quoting Wang Xiangzhai

Beginners can start from standing postures. When doing the standing postures, feet should be placed shoulder width apart, making the Chinese ‘eight’ character (which looks like: / \ - distance between toes of both feet is bigger than between heels – in other words toes are slightly directed outward). Both legs should be bent to certain degree, buttocks as if sitting down. Then raise both hands. Demands of hands position are: not higher then eyebrows, not lower than navel, not touching body, not further from body than one foot, arms half rounded, armpit half empty (half open), left hand shouldn’t move to the right side, right hand shouldn’t move to the left side, all changes are done within this range. Beginner can practice 2 or 3 times every day, at beginning about 10 minutes each time, then the time can be extended to 40 minutes.

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