The Story of Tai Chi Traveller
Tai Chi Traveller is the sister of Yangshuo Tai Chi School China, and was founded by Huang Hua (Henry) who is the schools chairman. Having run a successful Tai Chi school in Yangshuo for several years, Henry wanted to teach Tai Chi whilst combining it with the culture of travel. He spent many years travelling around Asia, which gave birth to a desire to also give those interested in both Tai Chi and travel the opportunity to do both at once; so Tai Chi Traveller was born.
Yangshuo remains the head quarters where students can train all year round, however, in order to accommodate those who want to see Asia and continue to enjoy Tai Chi, we have chosen several locations to visit that we feel to be both culturally and spiritually significant.
Yangshuo Tai Chi School:
Training 10000 Professional Tai Chi Teachers to help improve 100 million people's Health (Body, Mind and Spirit).
Tai Chi Traveller:
We wanted to develop a style of Tai Chi Travel and cultural exchange that is all together different, where traveler’s can experience China as locals and become part of the community- and not just tourists looking in.
We want to have fun, talk to people, learn new things, Train Tai Chi, experience the different cultural groups, explore, and do stuff we could never do at home.
We would like to travel by any means possible, and stay anywhere and everywhere! We would like you to be a Tai Chi Traveler once at least!!
We try to enrich people’s lives by creating unique, interactive Tai Chi travel experiences, allowing travelers to visit our country, see the highlights whilst regularly training Tai Chi. We want you to feel that you are part of country.
We are passionate about what we do and encourage you and motivate you to achieve personal growth. We work together, we are creative and innovative in what we do, but above all we enjoy Tai Chi and have a lot of fun.
Grandmaster Wang Xian
The king of Chen Tai Chi Chuan. Born in 1944 Grandmaster Wang Xian is from Chenjiagou, Wenxian, Henan Province, China. He is one of the ‘gao tu’ (high skilled disciples) of 18th generation successors, Chen Zhaopi and Chen Zhaokui. Grandmaster Wang Xian is credited with preserving Chen Tai Chi during the Cultural Revolution. He is the most notable representative of the 19th generation successors. Wang Xi’an is the Head Coach of the Wenxian Taijiquan Training and Promotion Center, Vice Secretary-General of the Wenxian International Taijiquan Research Meeting and Competition, Director of the Wenxian, Chenjiagou Martial Arts Training Institute, and the Head Coach and Head Advisor to Taijiquan Associations in Japan, France, Malaysia, South Korea, and in nearly every province in China. He is also Vice Dean of the Henan University Athletics Department, Honorary Famous Lecturer of Henan Teachers University, and Executive Council member of the Henan Province tourist association. Grandmaster Wang Xian is the dean of the Chen Tai Chi Academy Asia. Grandmaster Wang Xian is known for his extremely high level of skill, and producing top class martial artists. His second son has not been defeated in push hands since 1983.
Master Huang Hua ( Henry)
Who is a disciple of Grandmaster Wang Xian whom he assists yearly with teaching. Master Huang previously studied with Chen Zhenglei. Master Huang is the head-master of Yangshuo Tai Chi School and the Yangshuo Tai Chi Association, and is the headmaster of the Chen Tai Chi Academy, Yangshuo. And is the technical director of the Chen Tai Chi Academy, Asia. And is a member of the Chinese martial arts association. Master Huang speaks flawless English and has worked very closely with many different cultures with a great degree of success. Master Huang is a 20 generation Master of Chen Tai Chi.