About our interviews

In this free course you get access to interviews with sifu Torben Bremann, where he answers a number af questions about the foundations of Taiji and Qigong.

Among other subjects you get Torbens perspective on how to find a good teacher, on "the internal" and on his own experiences with various masters from around the world.

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Course curriculum

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    • Internal vs. external martial arts and the concept of qi

    • On asking questions

    • The civil and health aspects of internal martial arts

    • How external training affects internal skill

    • On Sam Tam

    • Sinking the Qi

    • Teaching methods and finding a teacher

    • Being undogmatic in a traditional practice

    • Sam Tam and personal development

    • Being a good training partner

    • Common flaws and the value of touch

    • What would you do differently if you could start over?

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This book is a book about Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Standing Meditation. The book is both an introduction to, and an in-depth presentation. The book addresses the beginner, the more experienced student, and the teacher. It covers the Martial, as well as the Civil art of Tai Chi.There are many training systems that are focused on strengthening the body, but that have very little or no relevance to the strengthening and development of the mind.

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