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Blog posts October 2016

Congratulations to all Tai Chi Graduates

Congratulations on an awesome job in receiving your new Tai Chi sashes!
And extra congrats to Dave Foster for being the first Virginia student to make it into our Tai Chi Black Sash Program!

To check out some pictures and videos - CLICK HERE

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Reminder - Tai Chi Sash Ranking

This week is Tai Chi Sash Ranking.

Tai Chi Advanced Sash Ranking will be on Wednesday October 26, 2016 at 5:30 PM.

All Beginners and Intermediates will have their Tai Chi Sash Ranking Saturday October 29, 2016 at 10:45 AM. All students should plan to arrive by 10:30 AM. Advanced students are welcome to attend.


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Our Huaquan Lineage

In 1877, Cai Guiging was born. From a very young age he was trained in Huaquan by his grandfather. Cai Guiging's younger sister married into the Chen family and had a son. Cai Guigin taught him the complete art of Huaquan. When young Chen grew up, he had two sons. The younger one was Chen Hei Fuk.

In 1980, Chen Hei Fuk went to New York's Chinatown. He taught in a very secluded and private manner to only a very few students...

One of those students was Sigung Joe Maury.

To our knowledge, Sigung is the only student, from those very few students, who kept up the Chen family lineage of the rare and prestigious art of Huaquan.

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