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Cady Goldfield
09-14-2013, 07:21 PM
An Introduction to I Liq Chuan: Stepping and Spinning Hands

Wai Tang, a long-time disciple of grandmaster F.S. "Sam" Chin, will be teaching an I Liq Chuan seminar in Boston, Mass., this November. The location will be at a school in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood, easily accessible by public transportation. If you're an aikidoka interested in training aiki/IP, this seminar is for you! The principles, drills and practices of I Liq Chuan are directly applicable to aikido and other martial arts. Stepping and Spinning Hands are compatible skills and drills that help students apply internal concepts in motion and under varying degrees of pressure.


Saturday, November 2nd 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday, November 3rd 10:00am - 6:00pm

I Liq Chuan is a sophisticated internal martial art that has become known for its effectiveness in developing mindfulness and - from mindfulness - real martial skill.

This workshop will focus on teaching you to clearly recognize the mechanism of body movement to achieve yin and yang balance in stepping, partner training and spinning hands. All levels of students are welcome to attend. This will be a great introduction for people new to I Liq Chuan, as well as, experienced ILC students and instructors.

Early Registration by 10/7/2013:
2 Day: $150
1 Day: $100

After 10/7/2013:
2 Day: $190
1 Day: $140

ILC Membership Discount:
Basic Member: 10%
Student Level 1 thru 3: 15%
Student Level 4+ & Instructors: 20%

You can reserve your spot with a $50 RSVP fee (non-refundable) then feel free to show up and pay your balance at the door - cash or check. Contact organizer Jose to RSVP.

Jose Tomas

Cady Goldfield
09-26-2013, 02:52 PM
Please note that the venue for this workshop has changed. It will be held at the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA), 150 California St., 3rd Floor, Newton, Mass.

There is plenty of parking, and a parking pass will be issued once you've pre-registered for the seminar. NESA is also accessible by commuter/public bus. Please contact Jose Tomas (contact info is in the orginal post above) to RSVP, and if you have any questions concerning the workshop. Thank you.

Cady Goldfield
10-21-2013, 07:10 PM
Coming up soon. Looks like there will be a great turnout, but spaces are still available.

Cady Goldfield
10-29-2013, 08:48 PM
Coming up Saturday!