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Published on Feb 20, 2012
Xinyi Hunyaun Taijiquan Conference - Beijing 2011
Sifu Justin Meehan and Jardena (Zhardana) Tiger Green 2 Person Forms
Sifu Justin Meehan; J. Justin Meehan; Jardena Green; Zhardana Tiger; HunYuan Taijiquan; HunYuan Taiji; 2 Person Forms; HunYuan Push Hands; Da Liu; Qin Na; Chin Na; 3rd International Hunyuan Taijiquan Conference - Beijing 2011; St. Louis HunYuan Taiji School.
Hun Yuan tai chi chuan (Chinese: 陳式心意混元太極 陈式心意混元太极) is much like traditional Chen style Xin Jia with an influence from Shanxi Hsing Yi. It was created by Feng Zhiqiang 馮志強 (one of Chen Fake's senior students). Master Feng is widely considered the foremost living martial artist of the Chen tradition. "Hun Yuan" refers to the strong emphasis on circular, "orbital" or spiraling internal principles which are at the heart of this evolved Chen tradition. While such principles already exist in mainstream Chen style the Hun Yuan tradition develops the theme further. Its teaching system pays attention to spiraling techniques in both body and limbs and how they may be harmoniously coordinated together. Specifically, the style synthesizes both Chen tai chi and Xin Yi (both Qigong and, to a lesser degree, martial movements). Outwardly it appears similar to traditional Old Frame Chen forms and teaches beginners/seniors a 24 open-fist form as well as a 24 Qigong system.