Tai Chi Master Huang Sheng Shyan: Push Hands

Push hands is a training tool to develop and to check your abilities and to get a feedback where you are right now on your way to mastership.

People who neglect these exercises because they just want to practice the health and the meditation aspect of Tai Chi, without getting involved into the martial art aspect, do not understand that the perfection and integration of the martial art aspect of Tai Chi leads to a more perfect aligned, rooted and relaxed body structure, that will greatly influence the free flow of chi and the amount of chi flowing through your body.

So mastering the martial arts aspect is essential if you want to improve the health benefit you will get from practicing Tai Chi.

Your meditation or focus will greatly improve by practicing push hands.

Who will be able to get a master out of focus? See for yourself.

See also: Ling Kong Jing (Empty Force) Demo by Master Shr on Bill Moyers Special



YouTube

Huang Sheng-Shyan, 黃性賢, Huang Hsing-hsien (WG) or Huáng Xìngxián (py) was born in 1910 in Minhou County of the Fujian province in Mainland China. He began studying Fujian White Crane with Xie Zhong-Xian at the age of 14.

In 1947 he resettled in Taiwan where he became a disciple of Cheng Man-ch’ing. Yang Ch’eng-fu as the grandson of the Yang style founder, had been Cheng Man-Ching’s teacher.Huang committed himself to this tradition for the next 45 years.

In 1955 Huang Sheng-Shyan along with eight fellow students of Cheng Man-Ching, represented the Shih Chung Association, in the Provincial Chinese Martial Arts Tournament. Huang was adjudged champion in the Taiji section and runner-up in the open section. Huang emigrated to Singapore in 1956 and then in the 60’s moved to Malaysia.

Both times with the expressed purpose of propagating the Art of Taijiquan. At the age of 60 Huang Sheng-Shyan again demonstrated his abilities in Taiji by defeating Liao Kuang-Cheng, the Asian champion wrestler 26 throws to 0 in a fund raising event in Kuching Malaysia.[1].

By the time of his death in December 1992, he had established 40 schools and taught 10,000 people throughout South East Asia. Huang was considered by some to be the most highly achieved student of Zheng Manqing. [2

Source: Wikipedia

《太极劲法篇之四门劲》 Taiji…4 doors energy

Leave a Comment