LINKS FOR MORE TAI CHI

Chen Zhenglei Taijiquan Federation has both Visitor areas and Member areas on this platform. As a Visitor you can watch all videos and promotional live seminars hosted on the Visitor areas. As a Member you will be able to access much more of the content provided by all clubs and instructors. There is a large team of world top class instructors working with the platform. They host their clubs and provide many valuable teaching video clips on this platform. We also have a few Live-Stream Studios providing live classes and seminars in English and Chinese.
The gateway to Clubs and Member areas is to purchase a membership, which provides access to the Clubs and Member areas, where you will find many well-established live teaching broadcasts and a video library covering several major languages. It is highly recommended to become a member on this platform for all Tai Chi and Qigong practitioners.

Ting Kuo-Piao (William Ting) is the director of the Wu Ji Jing Gong Research Association of Shanghai, China and teaches in the Mount Laurel, NJ area. Master Ting began studying martial arts when he was 14 years old. He has more than 40 years experience in T'ai Chi, and was a closed door student of the renowned grandmaster Lu Ji-Tang until grandmaster Lu passed away. Master Ting teaches the Wu Ji Jing Gong form which is also known as Wu Ji T'ai Chi. The form is derived from the Chen style and incorporates elements of qigong, Bagua, Xingyi, as well as Wu and Yang style T'ai Chi. Wu Ji T'ai Chi emphasizes calmness and awareness. The form is performed throughout China, however, it is particularly characteristic of the Shanghai region. Wu Ji T'ai Chi remains almost unknown in the United States.

The Tai Chi for Health Institute (TCHI) was founded in 2010 by Dr Paul Lam and many of his colleagues with the purpose of empowering people to improve their health and wellness through Tai Chi for Health programs. TCHI ensures the quality of training and codes of ethics, it also provides support for instructors and participants.