Liu Wai Sang


Talking and Singing Qigong

Apr 21, 2024

Two new Tai Chi Courses In The Near Future

7.83 Qigong

Energy Exercise & Work with the basic vibrational energy of the Earth


Healing through gentle energetic digital contact on acupoints in lieu of scharp punctures with needles

Dec 28, 2023

Sacrocraneal Qigong Stance and Walk

A Unique Way To Finetune and Harmonise
The Vital Energy of Life

Kind Tai Chi

Traditional Tai Chi Forms with infusion of compassionate energy work based on Buddha Palms and Acutouch

Whale Tai Chi

Modification of every traditional Tai Chi Form into curvy movements based on the famous Tai Chi (Yin Yang) Symbol

Nov 27, 2023

A new course for more advanced Tai Chi practitioners


Natural supreme limit energetics - a more gentle and harmonic way to practise tai chi boxing and energy work will soon become available.

This course is mostly based on tao te ching, various tai chi classics and modern physiology.

A new course of Tai Ji Internal Movement Work (Nei Dong Gong) will soon become available

Dec 1, 2021

Tai Ji Internal Movement Work (Nei Dong Gong) follows the principles of Internal Martial Mechanics (Nei Wu Gong) – Internalising Martial Arts To Nurture Health. The main aim of developing Internal Martial Mechanics (Nei Wu Gong) is to include, prioritise, and emphasise internal movements within the body in a way to potentially maximise the beneficial effects upon the body during each exercise of martial art.

Tai Ji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan) can effectively promote health to a certain extent if it is practised properly and regularly. Every routine of Tai Ji is composed out of a set of certain forms. Each different form can possibly induce different beneficial effects upon the body.

Although Tai Ji Quan is often regarded as an internal martial art, the current trends of practice of each Tai Ji form can generally be considered to be conducted more externally than internally, since such current trends of practice mostly engage just the posturing of the apparent form without really including enough internal movements of the body in the process.

Internalising the practice of Tai Ji Quan is to always prepare and initiate all necessary Tai Ji internal movements inside the body before they can manifest and realise externally as a Tai Ji form. By involving such practice, it is more likely to attain a more truly holistic balance of Yin (internal) and Yang (external) approach to health.

Tai Chi Wing Chun Palm

Sep 5, 2020

Tai Chi Wing Chun Palm for health - A relatively new internal self-defence against a common enemy: stress.
What is the Vital Hidden Force of Life?

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Ye Tian Gong

Oct 15, 2019

Ye Tian Gong diagramIn short, Ye Tian Gong or Fluid Field Work is an internal exercise of the three DanTian and body fluids, mainly performed through breathing.

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Empty Boxing

Jan 17, 2019

Empty Boxing - Kong Quan: Meditative Martial Arts.

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Quan Quan Dao

Dec 20, 2018

Holistic boxing way - Quan Quan Dao: A Harmonic Fusion of the external and internal school of chinese martial arts, and empty boxing way - Kong Quan Dao, an important additional routine of exercise for chinese martial arts especially of Buddhistic origin like Wing Chun.

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Horizontal Tai Chi

Nov 16, 2018

Traditional Tai Chi Chuan is practiced in a veritcal (standing) position.

Horizontal Tai Chi Chuan, being very complemental and supplemental to the traditional one, is practiced in a horizontal (lying down) position. Such level of practice can adequately provide the body a more comfortable and stable environmental contact and support than the traditional way. So to enable the body to improve further the body and especially the back.

Qiang Guan Dao - Wall Martial Way

Nov 17, 2018

Qiang Guan Dao - wall martial way is a combination of Zhi and Ping Guan Dao - vertical and horizontal martial way. This practice requires not only both feet have to often contact the floor but most part of the back of the trunk also has to contact the wall, by choosing to do so, it greatly increases the contact area of the body on solid surface, this also increases in proportion the solid contact action and reaction force that the body can undergo and experience. Through proper application of action and reaction force on an increased contact area during practice, it is possible to enhance the health of the back as well as well as the power of self-defence.