Schedule 2015

Date/Time 10:00–13:00
15:00–18:00 19:30–22:00
Fri­day, 11. 9. 2015
  1. Radek Kolář
  2. Roland von Loefen
  3. Tomasz Nowakows­ki
Prac­tice in pairs -
Sat­ur­day, 12. 9. 2015
  1. Roland von Loefen
  2. Tomasz Nowakows­ki
  3. Luciano Vida
Prac­tice in pairs Gala-evening
Sun­day, 13. 9. 2015
  1. Miroslav Brožíček — Kyusho
  2. Roland von Loefen
  3. Luciano Vida
Prac­tice in pairs -
  • Work­shops – Expe­ri­enced teach­ers will present their meth­ods of work in Tai Chi Chuan and push hands.
  • Prac­tice in pairs – Par­tic­i­pants will indi­vid­u­al­ly agree on how they want to prac­tice in pairs. They will prac­tice in 10-minute rounds. Par­tic­i­pants will agree on the type of prac­tice (free push hands vs. form push hands, with steps vs. with­out steps). The lev­el is always adjust­ed to the prac­ti­tion­er with less experience.
  • Gala-evening – Space for pre­sen­ta­tions of styles, schools and forms as well as a friend­ly meeting.


Luciano Vida

Biog­ra­phy: Luciano VidaLuciano, Ital­ian, lives in Spain from 2000. He start­ed study­ing tai­ji­quan for the first time in Kun­ming, Chi­na twice in ‘97 and ‘99, alto­geth­er for about 8 months. Then, back to Italy, met M. Chen Xiaowang and stud­ied with him from 2000 to 2008, mean­while he also stud­ied with his nephew M. Chen Bing and with M. Jan Sil­ber­storff. He went sev­er­al times to Chen­ji­agou in sum­mer time to deep­en his knowl­edge. In 2007 he became mem­ber of the XX gen­er­a­tion of the Chen fam­i­ly, dis­ci­ple of M. Chen Xiaowang.
Notwith­stand­ing that, after his meet­ing with Mas­ter Gian­fran­co Pace of the I.T.K.A. (Inter­na­tion­al Tai­ji­quan Kung Fu Asso­ci­a­tion) he felt so much ful­filled with his way of under­stand­ing and trans­mit­ting Tai­ji­quan that he decid­ed quit­ting all he knew to re-start his prac­tise under the guide of his new Mas­ter. Now he’s rep­re­sent­ing I.T.K.A. in Spain.


  • elas­tic peng jing and spi­ral force
  • why fixed step and why mov­ing step
  • accept­ing step to a new strong condition

Links: Chen Taichi Vida

Radek Kolář

Biog­ra­phy: [Bio]

Top­ic: [Top­ic].




Roland von Loefen

Biog­ra­phy: Roland von LoefenRoland start­ed his Tai­ji­quan — prac­tice 1988 with Hel­mut Bauer, Bar­bara Schmid-Neuhaus and Toyo Kobayashi in the tra­di­tion of Cheng Man Ching. In 1998, Roland met mas­ter Yek Sing Ong and his cur­rent teacher Wee Kee Jin. Through long inten­sive train­ing he even­tu­al­ly became a cer­ti­fied Instruc­tor and Teacher of Wee Kee Jin’s “Tai­ji­quan School of Cen­tral Equi­lib­ri­um”. In 2013 he found­ed and orga­nized the 1st inter­na­tion­al push hands meet­ing in Haß­furt am Main.


Top­ic: We want to work on yield­ing, push­ing with a relaxed force. If you can yield, you have the abil­i­ty to neu­tral­ize the oppo­nents force. Our exer­cis­es are fix push hands and semi-free push hands. The advan­tage of Semi-free Push­ing Hands is, that you can learn to lis­ten and sense how your part­ner behaves. Win­ning is only sec­ondary as you change roles after 5 minutes.
We are using 3 dif­fer­ent stances for this kind of push­ing hands.



Tomasz (Thomas) Nowakowski

Biog­ra­phy: Tomasz (Thomas) Nowakows­ki liv­ing in Lon­don, visu­al and mar­tial artist. He has stud­ied dif­fer­ent mar­tial arts since 1966 and has been teach­ing T’ai Chi Ch’uan and Qi Gong since 1982. Dur­ing last 30 years Thomas has taught Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong in many coun­tries: Aus­tria, Czech Repub­lic, France, Ger­many, Italy, Poland, Slo­va­kia, Tai­wan and Unit­ed King­dom. He has lead work­shops at his own school as well as for dif­fer­ent com­pa­nies, cul­tur­al and edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions. Thomas was a judge at Open Nation­al Cham­pi­onship of Tai­wan in 2004. He is co-founder The Cen­tre of Taoist Arts Gold­en Hill (Zlaty Kopec) in Prague, Inter­na­tion­al Push Hands Meet­ing in Prague and founder Tai Chi Art Cen­tre Lon­don. In 1990 he met his cur­rent teacher Dr Ming Wong C.Y. and has stud­ied his fam­i­ly style Tai Chi, Tai Ki Kung San Fung and some tech­niques and the­o­ry of Chi­nese med­i­cine. Thomas is the author of “Shapes of Bal­ance” sys­tem (struc­tured devel­op­ment of perception).

The appli­ca­tion of “Shapes of Bal­ance” sys­tem (struc­tured devel­op­ment of per­cep­tion) into prac­tice with partner.
We will be work­ing with “Lis­ten­ing” (ting jin) and “Inter­pre­ta­tion” (dong jin), feel­ing, con­scious of:

  • bal­ance of structure
  • mind inten­tion
  • tim­ing
  • emis­sion 13 Basic Tai Chi forms of kinet­ic ener­gy (inter­nal force),

in dif­fer­ent lev­el tuishou and applications.
The work­shop is open for begin­ners and advanced.


Miroslav Brožíček

Top­ic:Miroslav Brožíček
Intro­duc­tion to Kyusho-Jutsu
Kyusho-Jut­su (abbre­vi­ated Kyusho) are vital points (also known as pres­sure points) on the human body. Kyusho is not in itself a mar­tial art, but rather a way to manip­u­late, use and know these vital points. Knowl­edge of these vital points can be applied in the mar­tial arts, mas­sage, ther­apy, inti­mate parts of life, in police and spe­cial forces, etc. These find­ings about the human response to var­i­ous points on the body are based on knowl­edge of Chi­nese medicine.
For com­bat form of Kyusho-Jut­su, there are many names (eg. Dim-mak, Dim Hsueh, Kup­so Sul, Mar­ma Adi, etc.).


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