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Xingyi at YMAA

Postby SCMT » Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:43 am

I know Ken Craggs taught XIngyiquan at YMAA Boston before YMAA Boston moved to Roslindale.

Is anyone teaching Xingyiquan at any of the YMAA schools in Massachusetts these days; YMAA Boston, YMAA Western MA, Yang's Martial Arts And Yoga, YMAA Amesbury?

Or are there any XIngyiquan seminars coming up at any of the above schools?
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Re: Xingyi at YMAA

Postby Sanfung » Mon Jun 13, 2016 10:52 pm

I went to have a look at the individual links for those schools. While I could find most of the seminar schedules, I wasn't able to discover much on Xingyi at the present time.

It seems like YMAA Boston has a sword fundamentals seminar coming up:

http://www.ymaaboston.com/sword-fundamentals.html

YMAA Western Mass. features a by-request seminar system:

http://www.ymaawesternmass.com/

Andover doesn't seem to be offering anything close either:

http://www.yangsandover.com/

I hope that everything is all right with Amesbury; their schedule hasn't been updated for some time:

http://www.ymaakungfu.com/index.cfm?page=9

Perhaps someone far more knowledgeable than me about these schedules could let you know more information, but I did what legwork that I could in the hopes that it might be of some small help, as well as get you to the sites you would need to contact someone from!
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Re: Xingyi at YMAA

Postby SCMT » Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:40 pm

Thank You.
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Re: Xingyi at YMAA

Postby Sanfung » Thu Jun 16, 2016 2:14 pm

No problem, let me know how it goes :D
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Re: Xingyi at YMAA

Postby SCMT » Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:24 pm

It may not be Xingyi but Andover is offering 'Na Jin' and 'Tui Shou' and I am an old Yang Taiji guy (Tung Ying Chieh lineage) and I am always looking for taiji training from others lineages and other points of view, looking at things form a different perspective it is a great way to learn more. I will have to check my schedule (meaning check with my wife :) ) and see if I can make those

My first real push hands class was at one of Dr Yang's 3 day seminars, many years ago, back when he was still based in the Boston area.
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