Qingcheng Taiji: a good tool to improve energy & fight stress for Founders

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The Grandmaster Liu for Qingcheng Taiji (Taichi) is coming to Silicon Valley bay area May 10th. This is a rare chance to learn the Six Forms from the master directly during the five days Taiji bootcamp.

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About Six Forms for Qingcheng Taiji

The Six Forms of Qingcheng Taiji are a set of exercises is specially tailored for the people of the office. It has been refined from Qingcheng Mountain Daoist Health Culture and Qingcheng Taiji in the past 2000 years.

The Six Forms of Qingcheng Taiji are a set of exercises specially tailored for the people of the office. It has been refined from Qingcheng Mountain Daoist Health Culture and Qingcheng Taiji for the past 2000 years.

The martial arts foundation is for people who do not have much time for exercise and can only practice for a limited time and in a very limited space. The neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, ankles, and knees are slowly moved through the positive and negative movements seven times as a warm-up for the joint exercise. One set up of the Six Forms can be completed in 2-3 minutes and is recommended to adhere to 5-10 times a day, that is, 10-20 minutes. Plus each joint exercise for 10 minutes, a total of 20-30 minutes of exercise in one day, can be completed in two or three times a day.

After continuing the practice, there will be good results within 3-5 days. Long-term adherence, shoulder inflammation, cervical spondylosis, cold hands,   special effects, quickly cultivated vitality, physical fitness has been improved. Disease and sub-health will eventually move away from your body. Because this routine has an auxiliary effect on cervical spondylosis of the shoulder, it will appear to raise the e

The martial arts foundation is for people who do not have much exercise time can practice for a limited time and in a very limited space. During the joint exerise as warm up, the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, ankles, knees, and ankles are slowly moved through the positive and negative movements seven times. One set up of the Six Forms can be completed in 2-3 minutes.

it is recommended to adhere to 5-10 times a day, that is, 10-20 minutes. Plus each joint exercise for 10 minutes, a total of 20-30 minutes of exercise in one day, can be completed in two or three times a day.

After continuing the practice, there will be good results within 3-5 days. Long-term adherence, shoulder inflammation, cervical spondylosis, cold hands, may feet have special effects, quickly cultivated vitality, physical fitness has been improved.. Disease and sub-health will eventually move away from your body. Because this routine has an auxiliary effect on cervical spondylosis of the shoulder, it will appear to raise the elbow, lift the shoulder, raise the head, etc., which is different from the traditional Taiji.

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About Mr. Liu Suibin

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Qingcheng Taichi

5.5 Days Six Forms Qingcheng Taiji Boot Camp

Training schedule:

  • May 10,11,12: 9AM – 5:30PM
  • May 15: 7PM – 9PM (TBC)
  • May 18,19: 9AM – 5:30PM.
  • Graduation ceremony: May 19 afternoon

Training Content

  • Qingcheng Circle Forms (Warm up)
  • Six Forms of Qingcheng Taiji (Taichi)
  • Standing Meditation
  • Other Taiji’s small techniques for health
  • Demostration of advance Qingcheng Taiji

To by tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qingcheng-taiji-bootcamp-2019-six-forms-with-grandmaster-suibin-liu-tickets-58444350626

About Qingcheng Taichi

Qingcheng Taiji also knows as Qingcheng Mountain Xuanmen Taiji is the core content of the famous martial arts Qingcheng Mountain martial arts in China, connected with Qingcheng Mountain esoteric “Xuanmen Taiji Longevity “, as the top Daoism kongfu.

Qingcheng Taiji, also known as Qingcheng Mountain Xuanmen Taiji, is the core content of the famous martial arts Qingcheng Mountain martial arts in China, connected with Qingcheng Mountain esoteric “Xuanmen Taiji Longevity “, as the top Daoism kungfu.

Qingcheng Taiji is not just a martial art. It encompasses philosophy, art, music, medicine, astrology, and started from the Han Dynasty, one of the oldest extant traditions connected to any martial art today.

Qingcheng Mountain is one of the most important Daoist centers in China. It is blanketed with dozens of ancient sacred temples. The mountain range has thirty-six peaks, the tallest of which stands over 4000 feet high. Rising majestically from the plains of Chengdu in Sichuan province, Qingcheng is intimately connected to the Dujiangyan irrigation system (都江堰), one of the world’s oldest, dating back to 256 BCE and still functioning today. In 2000, Qingcheng and Dujiangyan were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Qingcheng Goes Global

Grandmaster Liu has only twenty-two indoor disciples but thousands of students. Of the 650,000 residents of Dujiangyan region, Liu says over 200,000 study Qingcheng Pai, so many that, two years ago, China held a Taiji Elite competition there and last year the World Championship. Liu also says that Qingzhen Pai is in some fifty countries now, with some 100,000 outside of China, and 20,000 in France alone.

Qingcheng Taiji had a role in the 2011 international blockbuster film Kung Fu Panda 2. Sichuan is home to many of the world’s last surviving wild giant pandas. The Dreamworks team visited The Dujiangyan Giant Panda Center for research, and Raymond Zibach, the production designer for the film, modeled some of the Taiji postures on Qingcheng Taiji as performed by Liu and his disciples.

Liu has also cultivated some very affluent patrons including some of the most successful entrepreneurs in China today, top-ranking government officials from thirteen Asian nations, and ambassadors and their spouses from thirty-two countries and counting. He has developed health programs for Shell, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Already the author of several books, Liu works to keep his time-honored tradition current by developing smartphone training apps and special health programs.

His foremost health cultivation program is Six Form Qingcheng Taiji (Zhanzhuang Gong Liu Shi 青城太极站桩功六式). “I created this six forms out of thirty-six movements from the first Taiji lu. A lot of my CEO students suffer health issues, including shoulders, pains, cold feet, and poor circulation. The goal is to use the least movements over the shortest time requirements in the smallest practice space to obtain qi energy in the fastest way. It only takes two minutes of practice a day.

Grandmaster Liu sees that Taiji can help heal a broken world. “No matter how much the world is changing, everyone still wants a healthy body.”

About Grandmaster Suibin Liu

Grandmaster Liu is the 36th leader of Qingcheng Taiji. One of the thirty Chinese Taiji characters, ten leading martial arts figures, and six consecutive ambassadors for the China Health and Wellness International Forum

About Grandmaster Suibin Liu

Grandmaster Liu is the 36th leader of Qingcheng Taiji.  One of the thirty Chinese Taiji characters, ten leading martial arts figures, and six consecutive ambassadors for the China Health and Wellness International Forum

Since childhood, he has been a master of the Chinese TV Guinness and the international and world martial arts competition. In 2001, Liu became Qingcheng martial arts 36th generation head, authorized by Grandmaster Justin Yue.

After graduating from Chongqing Medical University, he became a doctor for 12 years; Wu granted for 30 years; has created “Taiji Wisdom” system courses.

He has coached many universities and high-quality training institutions around the world. His disciples and students have been in more than 80 countries around the world. He was selected as one of the top ten traditional martial arts promotion festivals in 2017. Many times, he was invited to attend disciples to participate in large-scale activities at home and abroad, for politicians, film and television stars, cultural celebrities, entrepreneurs to do martial arts, Taiji show, and health teaching; publishing books and CDs 15 sets. A former lecturer of China Taiji·Yoga Yoga Taiji; China-India International Yoga Festival, China Chronic Disease Management Conference, Tai Chi Culture and Health Qigong International Forum.

Master Liu was also invited to be the martial arts instructor of the movie Treasure Map, a famous novella written by Chinese Nobel Laureate Mo Yan, will be adapted into a 3D film.

Since childhood, he has been a master of the Chinese TV Guinness and the international and world martial arts competition. In 2001, Liu became Qingcheng martial arts 36th generation head, authorized by Grandmaster Justin Yue.

Graduated from Chongqing Medical University, became a doctor 12 years; Wu granted for 30 years; has created “Taiji Wisdom” system courses.

He has coached many universities and high-quality training institutions around the world. His disciples and students have been in more than 80 countries around the world. He was selected as one of the top ten traditional martial arts promotion festivals in 2017. Many times, he was invited to attend disciples to participate in large-scale activities at home and abroad, for politicians, film and television stars, cultural celebrities, entrepreneurs to do martial arts, Taiji show, and health teaching; publishing books and CDs 15 sets. Former lecturer of China Taiji·Yoga Yoga Taiji; China-India International Yoga Festival, China Chronic Disease Management Conference, Tai Chi Culture and Health Qigong International Forum.

Master Liu was also invited to be the martial arts instructor of the movie Treasure Map, a famous novella written by Chinese Nobel Laureate Mo Yan, will be adapted into a 3D film.

More information and pictures on Facebook page: https://fb.me/qingcheng.taiji

Master Liu at International Yoga Festival in India