Hsing I Chuan is a Chinese internal martial art renowned for providing quick access to martial power and energetic well being. Martial artists and internal arts practitioners of all styles will benefit from learning the essentials of thie powerful internal tradition, a companion to Tai Chi Chuan and Pa Kua Chang.
Martial Arts and Qigong Master Ping Zhen Cheng, a graduate of the Beijing Chinese National Qigong Science Institute and a native of Hebei Province, will teach the fundamental forms and alignments of the Hsing_I style developed by Sun Lu Tang, one of the most famous internal arts masters of modern China.
Passed down by Master Sun Lu Tang of Hebei Province, China. Sun style Hsing-i combines the inner transformation secrets from the Taoist meditation tradition with the authentic Chinese Internal martial arts techniques of many styles
Students will gain a solid foundation in Hsing-I including the ability to transfer the force of an attack through their joints into the earth and the basic health benefits of Bone Marrow Washing Qigong. Students will learn the Five Element postures and the Linking form of Hsing-I along with the fundamental key of all internal martial arts - the first three pairs of the 6-harmony principle. At the end of the workshop, students will experience the ability to transfer any outside invading force to the earth. An excellent choice for students of all systems and all levels of experience.
Master Ping Cheng
Ping Zheng Cheng earned a Master’s degree in traditional Chinese medical science from Beijing Chinese National Qigong Science Institute in 1992. Growing up in Hebei Province of north China, the cradle of the internal martial arts, he inherited the systematic knowledge of various styles of martial arts and healing. He is a president of East West Internal Arts and curriculum provider for over 30 martial arts schools and meditation centers. and has been a faculty member at the New York College of Holistic Medicine, Graduate School of Oriental Medicine, lecturing on Tui-na, acupressure and medical Tai Chi. He has devoted his life to the study and preservation of Chinese traditional healing and martial arts. He has appeared in the Tai Chi Journal, Newsday, and has served as a judge at national and international martial arts competitions.