Is there Really "yin power"? WTF @#& is that?
Hi E. K Yeap here,
We answer theses questions of'How do you get to the next level in Tai chi energy and softness principles?'
Or you into healing and your personal well being - so how is Tai chi energy going to help me achieve good health and wellness?
Many Tai chi enthusiasts find themselves stuck at their levels - some times for years, unable to make use of Tai chi with its internal energy as well as lofty Principles of using 4 ounces to defeat a thousand pounds.
I WAS LIKE THAT.
I was losing faith and began to think that it was beyond me. I have learnt Tai chi for decades but had still resort to some force and power when demonstrating a Tai chi function and application.
I knew there was a softer power because I witnessed it in my seniors and my sifu. But after applying what I learned over the past years, "it" eventually dawned on me, and I had some break through.
I learned the MASTERKEY to open the door to deeper relaxation not just in the body, but in the mind. I discovered new uses for mental abilities and important body movements etc.
In this course Tai chi master E.K Yeap shares his experience and uses the Tai chi classics and Treatise to help explain the nuances of Tai chi energetics to intermediate and advanced Tai chi students.
Topic number one
The Basis of Being Centered, and being able to receive energy
Topic number two
Understand Peng Jing - or Ward off Energy. The mother of all Tai chi energy.
Topic number three
Learn the secrets of using 4 ounces to deflect a thousand pounds. Yielding and zero-ing forces
This course provides me with the knowledge apart from forms movement. I am grateful to Sifu E.k Yeap's sharing of his knowledge and experience.
It is the key for me to move on to inner energy cultivation.
It has answered many of the questions in my mind for years.
Thank you so much Sifu.
In the Advanced course, we do not dwell too much into the details of forms but the philosophy and the martial applications of each move. We study Taichiquan Treatise by Wang Tsung Yueh's and Wu Yu-Xiang's 13 Kinetic Movements. It is from the principles that we attempt to further understand what is grounding, yielding, neutralising, re-directing, intent (意), and last but not least, chi (氣).
I enjoy this course very much because it helps me to have an in-depth understanding of what taichi truly is. To me, taichi is not just an exercise, it is beyond form. It is a philosophy of life which one has to dedicate a lifetime to learn, to understand, to explore, and to feel.
In short, this course has helped me to Improve focus, reduce stress and find balance!!! Thank you Sifu Yeap!!!
“ In the advanced course, we not only had the opportunity to fine tune our Taichi forms but also learned how to apply theory into practice.
We were taught the principles on how to move the energy or ‘chi’ through the body via certain breathing technique and movement, how to harness these chi with our mental strength and subconscious mind, and proper grounding.
Thank you Sifu.
Sifu E>K Yeap has written a book, entitled Centering and Relaxation Secrets Revealed.
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Master E.K Yeap is Founder and lead Trainer of Wellness BioChi Academy. He is the author of 2 books on Centering, Relaxation and Power, and another on Food, Mind and Heart. He has personally mentored over 2000 students, and was chosen to teach at Citibank, Nestle, KWSP, Prudential UK, Exxon Mobil Singapore, Petronas Bhd., PDRM (Royal Malaysian Police), and many others.
He loves empowering others to Relax, Center and Be Alert, literally saving students the 15 - 20 years learning curve in the area of Mind Body training and inner-power development.
He teaches students to Awaken their power from within, and Deploy the processes and skills, to Empower themselves and their loved ones.
His popular courses also cover ancient diverse ancient arts of
Tai chi and chi kung, self defence, to leading edge science including neurobiology, thought technology and genes awakening methods.
E.K Yeap has appeared on several National television programs: RTM 1, TV2, TV3, and TheStarOnline, Berita Harian.
He was featured in Malaysia Hari Ini (Malaysia Today), and then was invited to showcase Tai chi as one of the four modes of exercises in a 13 week episode of ‘Get in Shape’ aired on the popular RTM 2 in Malaysia in 2010.