The 6th Annual Central Ohio Push-hands Conference
Saturday, November 16th, 12:00 – 4:00pm !
Whetstone Recreation Center auditorium
Yes! It’s time again for the Annual Central Ohio Push-hands Conference, right here in Columbus!
The Sixth Annual Central Ohio Push-hands Conference is right around the corner –
Saturday, November 16th, 2019.
Learn more about push-hands as part of any T’ai Chi practice, whether focused on maintaining health or developing a traditional martial art. This conference is open to all martial artists, at all levels. If you are just beginning, there are special sessions to introduce you to the basics of Push-hands and Taiji principles. If you have done push-hands practice before, there will be opportunities to push with many other students in a friendly and safe environment. If you are an advanced competitor in push-hands, you will find participants who are willing to, “relax harder,” on the large matted areas.
The event is free to attend!
There will be a side table for donations to help cover costs (suggested $5 to $10).
We’re also happy to invite practice groups and schools to bring small flyers or cards
to be shared on a display table.
– Welcome and introductions
– Presentation: Introduction to the “cooperation spectrum” of push-hands practice
— how we work together, in training or competition
- small break
– small groups, rotate through …
listening and circles | adding some adversity | tournament styles
– ~ switch to next topic ~
or not… that’s ok (:
– Q & A, sharing of new ideas learned, and giving thanks to each other
Master Jeff Radcliff
Dr. Wu’s tutelage lead Jeff through many Kung Fu styles, much Yang style and Chen style Taijiquan, Qigong, Taiji philosophy, Yi Ching and Taoist acumen.
It became clear upon studying Wu Style and with several other styles of qigong teachers (Professor Bi Xu Xen, Bin Hong, etc.) that Chen Style Taiji was the foundation to Taiji and was to be his future path in which deepen his martial and spiritual experience.
Then Jeff met Master Zhang Xue Xin (early 1990’s) to carry him forward.
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