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2014 Internal Chinese Martial Arts and Qigong Retreat


August 1-7, Vancouver, BC

Vancouver is the largest city in the province of British Columbia, and the third largest city in Canada. It is surrounded by water on three sides and is nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range. Vancouver is home to spectacular natural scenery and a bustling metropolitan core, and boasts one of the mildest climates in Canada. Summers in Vancouver are especially beautiful and it would make an ideal time to pay a visit. As you join millionsof people to explore Vancouver and its vast beautiful outdoor playground, why not take the opportunity to enjoy a lifetime experience by attending a world renowned, world class Internal Chinese Martial Arts and Qigong Retreat!

Average time of instruction is 6 hours per day. Students and visitors are welcome to spend extra hours practicing on their own at our facility, or they may choose to relax and visit places of interest around town after each workshop.



Available Seminars:

  • Wuji Xiao Yao System - Wuji
  • Wuji Xiao Yao System - Xiao Yao Shuai
  • Liu He Ba Fa (Water Style)
  • Daoist Qigong
  • Health Maintenance Qigong

List of Confirmed Registrants as of July 18, 2014

All workshops are proceeding as scheduled. The confirmed address for all workshops is: 10480 Westminster Hwy, Richmond BC

  • Tammy B.
  • Kevin B.
  • George F.
  • Larry H.
  • Susan H. N.
  • Ernesto K.
  • Manny K.
  • David S.
  • John S. M.
  • Joy T. H.
  • Judy W.

Registration

To register, please send the following information along with a check or money order to:

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • First time attendee or return attendee
  • Which seminars you wish to attend
  • Shou-Yu Liang
    10480 Westminster Hwy
    Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
    V6X 1B2
    (778) 317-9648


    Location

    10480 Westminster Hwy
    Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
    V6X 1B2

    View a map of the workshop location and nearby hotels (Location marked by green arrow)



    Schedule and Fees

    All workshops are taught personally by Grandmaster Shou-Yu Liang, Master Helen Liang and Master Chenhan Yang. Registration is required to attend. Space is limited, so register early to ensure your spot. Registration and seminar facilities are administered by the hosting school. Fees are USD $135/day (or $800 for all days) if registering before July 20, 2014 or USD $155/day (or $920 for all days) after July 20, 2014. Fees are per person only. Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes with non-slip soles. Bring writing materials, snacks, and beverages for breaks.

    Grandmaster Liang reserves the right to cancel any workshop 10 days before the scheduled workshop date if less than 10 people have registered. Registrants will receive a full refund for cancelled seminars. Registrants that individually cancel will receive full refund if notification is received 10 days before the scheduled workshop date. Registrants that individually cancel will receive 50% refund if notification is received within 10 days of the scheduled workshop date. No refunds are available after the first day of workshops.

    DATE/TIME TUITION
    Before July 20, 2014
    After July 20, 2014
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    USD $800
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    USD $920
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    August 1-2, 2014

    AM 9-12
    PM 2-5
    USD $270 USD $310 Grandmaster Shou-Yu Liang Wuji Xiao Yao Workshop Wuji Xiao Yao System - Wuji
    Wuji is an ancient internal martial art form long veiled in mystery. A great number have had a mastery over it. Wuji means no extreme. It is before Tai Chi, the grand ultimate. The entire form of Wuji depicts a vivid story that embodies profound of people have long heard of; few, however, have ever seen it, and an even fewer Taoist and Buddhist philosophies; it is about how we cultivate our ‘original spirit’ following the course of the cosmos and harmonizing with the myriad of changes of the universe. The physical movements and training express the ancient Taoist physical form and its many applications as well as having an in depth understanding of the theories and philosophies of this art. Grandmaster Liang had performed Wuji in China 30 years ago. In 1985, he had again performed this form at the First International Wushu Invitational Competition held in China. Anyone interested in martial arts, Qigong or Taoist and Buddhist philosophies will find Wujiquan unique and fascinating. Beginner and advanced practitioners are all welcome to attend. The system integrates the essence of soft and hard Qigong, it also emphasizes the cultivation of Qi, light, and spirit with the goal of reaching enlightenment.
    August 3-4, 2014

    AM 9-12
    PM 2-5
    USD $270 USD $310 Grandmaster Shou-Yu Liang Qigong Workshop Health Maintenance Qigong (Aug 3)
    Introduce a variety of techniques such as relaxation methods, Qi Permeating Technique, Internal Organs Qigong etc

    Daoist Qigong (Aug 4)
    Introducing Microcosmic and Macrocosmic Circulation Golden Light Qigong, Big Golden Light Qigong Gathering Soul Qigong, Seven Star Qigong etc

    August 5, 2014

    AM 9-12
    PM 2-5
    USD $135 USD $155 Wuji Xiao Yao System - Xiao Yao Shuai
    Xiao Yao is a system where Grandmaster Shouyu Liang has intergrated the essence of many different styles of external and internal martial arts. It contains numerous routines which focus training in free sparring, Xiao Yao is a system where Grandmaster Shouyu Liang has intergrated punching (Xiao Yao Quan), kicking (Xiao Yao Tui),grappling (Xiao Yao Na), throwing (Xiao Yao Shuai), pressure point striking (Xiao Yao Dim Mark), and weapon applications. The system integrates the essence of soft and hard Qigong, it also emphasizes the cultivation of Qi, light, and spirit with the goal of reaching enlightenment.
    August 6-7, 2014

    AM 9-12
    PM 2-5
    USD $270 USD $310 Liu He Ba Fa (Water Style)
    Liu He Ba Fa literally means Six Harmonies and Eight Principles. It utilizes the power of Xingyi as its center, utilizes the stepping patterns of Bagua for its turning and spinning, and utilizes the neutralizing power of Taiji for its variations. Its movements are sometimes high, sometimes low, sometimes fast, sometimes slow. These movements resemble that of floating clouds, and flowing water that is sometimes calm, sometimes surging. Therefore, it is also known as Water Style.
    USD $800
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    USD $920
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    Registration Fee for students that wish to attend all workshops