Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi Chuan is an ancient martial art, which was systematized in China around 1200 AD and has its basis in the principles of monastic Taoism. The training activities carried out in New Guinea were based on the strict monastic training standards, following the methodology of the “SHIN DAE WUONG” martial arts school. Through a progressive initiation in breathing techniques, self-massage, energy management (chi kung), Shi’kung forms, exercises in pairs, learning to handle white weapons, the participants were able to acquire a good level of proficiency, initially self-diagnosis of basic physical tensions and later self-therapeutic management, ability of physical and mental control, creative control of breathing, balance, ability of relaxation, improvement of the functioning of the circulatory and lymphatic system and at a higher level they develop a perfect technique of self-defence.