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Edward has been training in martial arts and Tai Chi for over 35 years. In 1999 he focused his martial arts training only in Chen Tai Chi. He has competed in national and international competitions globally. He has trained with Cheng Jin Cai and Chen Zheng Lei from Chen Village in China, which is where Tai Chi originated. He learned Yang Tai Chi from Jeff Bolt and Yang Jwing Ming. He continues his training in Qi Gong with Yang Jwing Ming.
Edward also has been training in Qi Gong for over 40 years. With a medical degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, he can help anyone heal and recover faster from sports injuries with Tai Chi or Qi Gong. Edward has also helped many with other ailments using just Qi Gong or Tai Chi.
With his medical background and extensive knowledge of healing, Edward is one of the few exceptionally-notable healers in the world that uses Tai Chi or Qi Gong to heal people. Only a few Kung Fu masters in history has reached this high level of training and understanding. Edward has dedicated several decades mastering this healing art.
He offers training in:
Intro to Tai Chi workshop (13 Fundamentals of Tai Chi & Eight Basic Concepts of Tai Chi)
Chen Tai Chi
Yang Tai Chi
Chen Tai Chi Weapons
QiGong (Meditation & Healing)
Self Defense w/ Tai Chi
Private, One-on-One training available.
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Scott has been studying martial arts for approximately 25 years. He is certified under Master George Ling Hu in Houston, TX. He has a background in Bujinkan Ninjutsu and several other internal styles. He has also studied under a number of other masters including Master Marc Golubic, Master Steve Smith, Master Richard Clear and Master Lionel Colangelo.
Scott has been studying Bagua for approximately 15 years. He has trained with George Hu, Master Bomani Maghribi, and Master Al-Waalee Muhammad.
Scott has won gold medal in Bagua, Hsing Yi and other Internal Weapons in 2003 & 2004 in Taiji Legacy Tournaments.