Social Security Retirement Manual

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Pillar in the Family

In 1981 when the news of Feng Zhiqiang's early retirement spread, Feng's Taiji brothers recognized that there was hope for their style. His brothers, fellow martial artists and others in relevant government offices contacted Feng. Feng resumed his work of promoting Chen Style Taijiquan. He started from the ground up, with the organization of people, location, news releases and training. In 1983 the Beijing Chen Style Taijiquan Research Association was established. Master Feng Zhiqiang was voted Chairman unanimously, making him the head of the Chen Style Taijiquan. From this point on, Chen Style Taijiquan spread from Beijing to the rest of China. It further extended outside of China into the world. A new era in promotion of Chen Style Taijiquan began.

Is There A Hard Style Qi Gong

Wuji Taiji

When you are young, you do not have to rely on good technique to defend yourself, you are strong enough to fight and fast enough to run away should you want to. Yet martial arts always seem to attract younger people. Why practice then You practise when you are young so when you are older you have something that you can use. It is like a pension scheme, you save money when you are young so that when you are not so able you have something to sup

Wushu Exercises

Wushu Kick Exercises

I am the lucky one to have one success. Some of them, if they are smart enough, are already planning their next job before their Wushu retirement. But s ome of t hem do not think ahead and end up with a lot of injuries, wth no nameand then have to start their life again. People who study political Wushu, most wii l co ncen t rate o n d iffi cul t movement. However, when they only concentrate on difficult movement, then it is no different from being a dancer or gymnastic performer. In performing Wushu, the most important is spirit and the internal energy. You should be able to clearly see the defence and attack in every single moveme nt.

Visits the UK

Meditation Health

Last year my hospital consultant persuaded me to try a new course of treatment for my Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.) I didn't have much hope that it would work, and in order to prove the point I did a very stupid thing. I am ashamed to say that I stoped doing my Qigong exercises. I did this because I knew that it was Qigong that was keeping me going and didn't want this new treatment to get any of the credit. Of course, you can guess what happened -I had a relapse. As a result, I have had to take early retirement from work. To be honest, that may have happened anyway, as I have only been well enough to work part-time for the last couple of years, even with my daily Qigong, and my employers were looking to cut down on staff. I am still much better than when