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In this free course you find a number of written articles about Taiji and Qigong. As an added bonus we have also added some private videos from training sessions with some of Torbens teachers.

In our articles you can read about Torbens lineage and teachers, read about his personal journey in Taiji and find articles by some of his students describing their experiences with learning Taiji and Qigong.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Torbens Taiji lineage and teachers

    • Chen Lineage

    • Torben and He Gong De: Chen style Laojia Erlu, 1994

    • Huang Xiangxian Lineage

    • Torben and Wee Kee Jin: Various practice sessions

    • Sam Tam Lineage

    • Torben and Sam Tam: Various practice sessions

  • 2

    Articles by Torben Bremann

    • A Taiji journey

    • Pushhands

    • Sinking the Qi and reverse breathing

    • Drawing on different systems - and meeting Sam Tam

    • Standing Meditation - Zhan Zhuang

    • Learning and teaching taiji

    • Teachers and traditions

    • Stability and staged performances

    • Thoughts about online teaching, how to ask questions, to be capable of emptying the cup, teachers pedagogy or lack of, and why do forms.

    • A bit about lineages and small excerpts from my book.

  • 3

    Articles by students of Torben Bremann

    • Experiencing Sam Tam

    • A month with Sam Tam

    • Peter Munthe-Kaas and Sam Tam: 2018

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