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    [video]Cherry Collins posted a video on 25 December 2010 - 10:33pm.
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    Master Wang Hai Jun demonstrating Chen Tai Chi Forms

    This is my teacher, Master Wang Hai Jun, demonstrating various aspects of Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan. Master Wang is a pupil of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei, living with him from the age of 8 years old. Master Wang Hai Jun now lives in Manchester, England. Grand Master Chen Zhenglei is a 19th Generation lineage holder of Chen Style Tai Chi in Chen Village, Henan, China.

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    Red Dragon Taiji posted a link on 5 September 2010 - 12:14pm.

    Taiji Online

    Online community for practitioners of Chinese martial arts.

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    [video]Lishi.org posted a video on 19 April 2010 - 3:40pm.
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    Lishi Clips

    A taste of some of what you might do in a Lishi class (probably not at your first class :-) )

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    robin adams posted a note on 10 April 2010 - 9:14am.

    Learning Kung Fu

    Lau Gar Kuen Kung Fu Southampton is a sophisticated and fascinating martial art that is both intense and elegant. With its rigorous hand and body conditioning, empty hand forms, two person drills, traditional weapons fighting and self defence techniques, it is easy to see why Lau Gar Kuen is Britain’s most popular form of kung fu.

    You could spend a lifetime learning the art, and always have new skills to acquire, new challenges to face.

    visit:www.laugarkuen.co.uk

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    mary o connor posted a link on 4 April 2010 - 10:13am.

    Iomlan Meditation and Health Centre in Ennis Co Clare

    Iomlán Meditation and Health centre was opened in Ennis in Autumn 2009 as a space where people could learn ancient meditation techniques and to receive healing and therapy and also to learn how to heal themselves and others.

    The centre offers the teachings of the Hanmi Esoteric School of Buddhism and is home to the first Hanmi empowered shrine in Ireland where we hold our meditation classes and open healing sessions. These meditation classes and healings come from the Buddhist tradition but are not religious practices and are open to everyone.

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    Norwich Kung Fu ... posted a link on 1 April 2010 - 8:56pm.

    Norwich Kung Fu

    Norwich Kung Fu website

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    Martin Eisen posted a note on 28 January 2010 - 8:53pm.

    Do research on Tai Chi

    Would you take a course at a university without knowing what it is about?

    Find out what Tai Chi is really about.

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    Martin Eisen posted a link on 28 January 2010 - 8:48pm.

    Are You Really Studying Tai and is it Effective for Stress? Part 2

    Learn about real Tai Chi: not new age, shortened, distorted versions for mass consumption.

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    Martin Eisen posted a link on 28 January 2010 - 8:48pm.

    Are You Really Studying Tai and is it Effective for Stress? Part 1

    Learn about real Tai Chi: not new age, shortened, distorted versions for mass consumption.

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    [video]Anne Jones posted a video on 15 January 2010 - 4:26pm.
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    Anne Jones posted a note on 15 January 2010 - 4:23pm.

    Can anybody do healing?

    Can anybody do healing?

    Everyone has the natural ability to heal. The two main ingredients to make a successful healer are the ability to give love unconditionally and the intention to channel universal healing energies for you will be acting as a conduit for the energies of love. These energy streams are of such high vibration that they will uplift the spirits of the person you are helping and assist in the releasing of the imprints left of their energy field by past experiences. This will help them to let go anxiety and disharmony resulting in feelings of calm and balance.

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    [video]Michael A. Vollero posted a video on 11 January 2010 - 11:17pm.
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    Wudang Taijiquan, 13 Principles Form

    This was from when I learned the form on the Sacred Wudang Mountains. Here, you see the form being performed at the entrance of Ba Xian Guan, or, Eight Immortals Temple. For more information on learning this form, visit http://www.HundredSchools.org .

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    Michael A. Vollero posted a link on 11 January 2010 - 9:33pm.

    HSOT-MA School Journal

    This link is where you'll find all the important information regarding classes, training, and the Hundred Schools of Though Martial Arts programs being offered.

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    Michael A. Vollero posted a link on 11 January 2010 - 9:31pm.

    Hundred Schools of Thought, Martial Arts

    The website is a simple overview of what is offered, but the important aspects are the links you'll find on the main page to other sections such as the Blog, this SOE account, and the Google Calendar used for scheduling. Be sure to bookmark it so you have a central HUB for all the 3rd Party resource sites.

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    J Linney (Prasan... posted a link on 25 December 2009 - 11:06pm.

    The Taijiquan School of Central Equilibrium

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    J Linney (Prasan... posted a link on 25 December 2009 - 11:03pm.

    Tai Chi School of Central Equilibrium UK

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    J Linney (Prasan... posted a link on 25 December 2009 - 11:02pm.

    Tai Chi School of Central Equilibrium UK in London

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    Matthew Rochford posted a link on 1 December 2009 - 1:26pm.

    Tai Chi Nation Home Page

    Tai Chi Nation website with lots of articles, videos, free downloads and course information.

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