These beautifully illustrated and easy to follow training films offer you a step by step guide to learning and deepening the tai chi experience. Designed to be helpful for travelers, and for the non-practitioner a very relaxing and pleasurable viewing experience.
Contains specially created training videos narrated by Master Rupert F. Shonaike.
- Learning Tai Chi Chuan
- Relaxing and Breathing
- Warm Up
- Self Defense
Plus: More information about body & mind, joy & passion and the history of Tai Chi Chuan
Requires no internet connection. All videos embedded.
Link to iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/
Music by Paul Horn.
Master Rupert F, Shonaike born in London 1947 took an early interest in the martial arts.
In 1961 he won the junior ABA Boxing championships for London. In the early 70s he began a fulltime training with Prof Chee Soo of the International Wu Shu Association, in various aspects of the Chinese martials and therapeutic movement arts. After four years of intensive training, he began assisting Prof. Chee Soo in the London Wu Shu School. After 10 years he received his Mastership in Tai Chi Chuan, Chinese Yoga and a soft style of Chinese boxing. Parallel to these studies he also qualified in various massage techniques with the ITEC, therapeutic sports and relaxation massage as well as reflexology. In 1979 RupertShonaike became a full member of the , Faculty Of Physiatrics'. The Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan he trained with students of the late Yang Shou Chung. In 1977 he was one of only 3 TCC trainers in Germany. Today he runs a busy studio in the heart of Cologne where he leads teachers’ courses and public trainings. He also works as a Stress-management-
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