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Traditional Yang Style Tai ChiOur Tai Chi lineage follows Wang Young Quan family.

Biography of Grand Master Wang Yong Quan
Yang Lu Chan (1799-1872) was the creator of the Yang style of Tai-Chi chuan, the most popularized in the West. The Yang family dedicated itself to the teaching of Tai-Chi chuan, nevertheless they had a pact of not teaching the form that they themselves practiced, outside their family they only taught a less profound version. But due to special circumstance, Yang Jian Hou (one of the children of Yang Lu Chan) passed on the complete teachings to Wang Zhong Lu and his son Wang Yong Quan (1903-1987) who at that time was only 7 years old. Also, Yang Cheng Pu, the son of Yang Jian Hou, later also taught Wang Yong Quan.

Wang Yongquan (Wang Yong Quan) also dedicated himself to teaching Tai-Chi, respecting the pact. Nevertheless, at 70 years old and very influenced by the Chinese Revolution and its opening reforms, he decided to make public the secrets that until then had been kept. He, like Wei Shu Ren, one of his students, received the complete teachings of the Yang family Tai-Chi chuan and, as he was university educated, later transformed it into three books that were published in China, and finally opening one of the most wonderful secrets of the Chinese internal arts to the world, through the form “Internal Yang” (which is a simplified translation).

Originally this form, called “Lào Liù Lù” (The Six Old Ways, or work routines) consisted of 89 movements. Wèi Shù Rén simplified them, eliminating the repetitions, to 22 movements.

Biography of Grand Master Wei Shu Ren
Master We`i Shu’ Re’n was born in Beijing in 1924 and is a famous master of the Yang style, successor of Tai-Chi quan nei-gong of Yang Jian Hou. Since he was young he has very keen on Tai-Chi quan. In 1958 they found the left side of his heart had an illness and another illness related with weakness of his nervous system, which led him to carry on with Tai-Chi chuan for life.

He studied the forms of 24 and of 88 of the Yang system, the first and second routines of the Chen style, as well as sword, saber, stick, etc. His nerves illness finally improved, but his heart did not and its condition remained the same as the beginning.
In 1982 he became a formal pupil of a famous master of wu-shu of China, the great master Wa’ng Y^ong Qua’n. We`i Shu` Re’n studied very hard making progress prodigiously quickly. Master Wang became very fond of him and asked him to be his successor and spread his teachings to his pupils, as well as pour them into different books and divulge widely this style.

Master Wei Shu Ren and Zhang Xiumu In 1991 he took part in the Exchange meeting of tui-shou of the nine provinces as a representative member of the tai-chi chuan delegation of Beijing, using his genuine method of fajinr due to nei-gong and his deep technique of soft hands (su tui-shou). The people who attended valued him with high level. In may of the same year he accepted the invitation of the Asocciation of Tai-Chi quan of the Province of Hunan to visit Chan Sha and give lessons. There he was granted the title of high counsellor.

In 1994 he accepted the special invitation of the training centre Guardians of Virtue of Australia to impart teaching and was praised as famous master of great knowledge of the Yang style.

In 1995 he visited Australia again to teach.
In 1996 he accepted an invitation of a martial arts gymnasium in Taipei to impart teaching as well as carry out the presentation of his book The Genuine Teachings of Yang Style of Tai-Chi quan, Sequel.
In 1998 he visited Wen Zhou (China) as a guest of the Wu-shu Association of that city to impart teaching.
Master We`i Shu` Re’n has been doing a vast task in the field of Tai-Chi chuan and its technique for many years.