Silver Tiger Tai Chi- Internal Arts for Health & Fitness

Master William Ting (Ting Kuo-Piao)

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Ting Kuo-Piao (William Ting) is the director of the Wu Ji Jing Gong Research Association of Shanghai, China and teaches in the Mount Laurel, NJ area. Master Ting began studying martial arts when he was 14 years old. He has more than 40 years experience in T'ai Chi, and was a closed door student of the renowned grandmaster Lu Ji-Tang until grandmaster Lu passed away. Master Ting teaches the Wu Ji Jing Gong form which is also known as Wu Ji T'ai Chi. The form is derived from the Chen style and incorporates elements of qigong, Bagua, Xingyi, as well as Wu and Yang style T'ai Chi. Wu Ji T'ai Chi emphasizes calmness and awareness. The form is performed throughout China, however, it is particularly characteristic of the Shanghai region. Wu Ji T'ai Chi remains almost unknown in the United States.
The form was developed by Chen Ji-Shen, professor of martial arts at Nanjing University who was famous throughout China for his skills. During the 1940's, he modified the Chen style to incorporate elements from other martial arts in order to improve both the health and defensive aspects of T'ai Chi. The form is unique because, following mastery of the stationary aspects of the style, it can be combined with Bagua walking technique to create walking T'ai Chi. Lu Ji-Tang was an outstanding closed door student of Chen Ji-Shen. Grandmaster Lu Ji-Tang was one of the most recognized T'ai Chi masters in China. The foundation is dedicated to teaching the philosophy of Wu Ji Jing Gong. In addition, the association works with hospitals to research the effects of Wu Ji Jing Gong for enhancing health.

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Master Ting has published a new and expanded version of his popular Question and Answers Book.
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