As a service to the local tai chi community, Asian Arts hosts a variety of workshops, all presented by recognized masters in the arts of tai chi and qi gong. The depth of knowledge and experience these experts bring to their teaching make for a high quality learning experience. Workshops are open to the general public.
The 19th generation successor of the Chen family and the 11th generation direct line inheritor of Chen Style Tai Chi. He is officially recognized as one of China's Top Ten Martial Artists and is considered one of the most skillful Tai Chi masters in the world.
A traditionally-trained and internationally recognized Master of Taiji and Qigong, the founder of the Center for Taiji and Qigong Studies and author of the highly-acclaimed book, "Taijiquan: The Art of Nurturing, the Science of Power."
Trained in the traditional style of classic Tai Chi as a closed-door student under one of the most renowned Tai Chi Grandmasters in China, Lu Ji-Tang. Currently serving as the director of the Wu Ji Jing Gong Research Association of Shanghai.
A longtime Qigong practitioner, Ms. Yang has taught Six Healing Sounds Qigong at national tai chi events in the United States and at the Mayo Clinic/University of Chicago Annual Conference on Complementary and Alternative Medicine.