10. TAIJI - Push Hands - Treffen

Dieses Treffen findet statt von

Donnerstag den 30.05.2024 bis Sonntag den 02.06.2024

jeweils 08.30 bis 17.00 in der

Volkshochschule (Volksbildungswerk) Stadt Haßfurt "Mainmühle" Ringstraße 16 97437 Haßfurt

Tel. (09521) 950185

Lehrer des Internationalem Push Hands Treffen 2023

Roland von Loefen

Roland von Loefen begann seine Taijiquan - Praxis 1988 bei Helmut Bauer, Barbara Schmid-Neuhaus und Toyo Kobayashi in der Tradition nach Cheng Man Ching. Im Jahr 1998 traf er Meister Yek Sing Ong und seinen aktuellen Lehrer Wee Kee Jin. Durch das lange intensive Training wurde er schließlich ein zertifizierter Ausbilder und Lehrer

Wee Kee Jins "Taijiquan school of central equilibrium".

Im Jahr 2013 organisierte Roland das erste internationale Push Hands Treffen in Haßfurt am Main.                  


Hella Ebel                                        

Hella Ebel, Lehrerin und Ausbilderin (DDQT) für Taijiquan übt seit 1983 Taiji. Seit 1997 wurde sie intensiv von Wee Kee Jin im System von Huang Sheng-Shyan ausgebildet, dem sie seit vielen Jahren in Europa assistiert. Die Taiji Prinzipien in Form und Partnerarbeit zu verstehen und anzuwenden steht immer im Mittelpunkt. Von der kreativen Arbeit als Kunsthandwerkerin (Goldschmiedin) mit eignem Atelier und nebenbei Taiji Unterricht, ging die Entwicklung zur eigenen Schule in Osnabrück, einem überregionalen Ort des Lernens und Begegnens.


Jacueline Ansem NLD                       


 I am born in 1959 in Utrecht Holland. 

As long as I remember I was fascinated by eastern Martial art. The oldes was the Water Margin of Liang Shang Poo. 

I had alway something with using the body, to feel happy. 

When a friend started te study Chinese, I had the possibility to come over to her place in Beijing. She organized a acupressure course in Hangzhou for me. And during this course, I was lucky to study Taiji and qigong, as relax moment. 

 This was the moment I thought yes Taijiquan is fitting with me. 

 When coming back I saw that there was a taijiquan teacher near to my place and I decided to follow his course Cheng Man Ching. (1999) 


After 3 years I started to take over lessons of my teacher. And I had the urge to understand more of the Taiji. Started with other teacher, from then also doing some push hands. 


In 2002, I met Wee Kee Jin and decided to follow his system. Because it was the first time I felt some energie and in quoting the classics I got the feeling that I could learn a lot. So Jin was from that time my principal teacher two week a year. 


A moment I decided to take myself even more seriously. And went for NZ. Jin his month camp. My head was spinning from all the informations. 

So back in Holland I started to go to a teacher more into this system Anneke van der Loos. And I (we ) had the luck that Paul Renall, started to live in Europe and was willing to teach 8 weekends in a year. He did this two years. He learned us diligently the Taiji short form and push hands. Later this became less weekends. 


At the end I can say that I’ve been 6 times in NZ. 

Did in 2012 instructors exam and in 2018 teachers exam. 

On weekly basis I give two or tree times lessons in the psychiatry, where I have to adap a lot! And almost all this years, I teach to a big or small group of private people. 


Together with two other qualified student of Jin, we took over the lessons of Paul Renall. And this year was our 10th anniversary; 4 times a year teaching short form and Push hand paterns to students of Jin, without regular teachers. 

During Haßfurt Push hands I wil teach my understanding. formed by, self training (l tranlated the classics in Dutch) teaching and having short experiences with other style teachers. 


The important thing in my opinion is levels of relaxation, and putting the classics in taiji work and waiting! all to gain more understanding and mastering the sticking, joining, adhering, following, don’t resist and don’t disconnect. What you need in partner work and eventually in “free” push hands. 



Paul Fretter UK

My  training  began  in  1982-83  when  I  took  up  Judo  for  a  short  time.   Then  in  1984  I  began training  in  Karate;  first  of  all  Shito-ryu  with  Ken  Johnson  in  Nottingham  and  then,  in  1986, Kyokushinkai  (and  Judo)  with  Steve  Grint  in  Lowestoft.   The Kyokushin  way  of  Karate  was very  tough  and  physical,  with  an  emphasis  on  body  conditioning  and  sparring;  all  of  which was a lot of fun, and it was Steve who first said to me ͞when you begin to teach, don͛t hold back  any  secrets͟.


In  1988  I  moved  to  Norwich  and  began  training  in  Goju Ryu  Karate  Do  with  Bob  Honiball,  and  I  took  to  this  system  like  a  duck  to  water  as  both previous systems were based on it, and it had a no-nonsense approach with a clear technical foundation.   I  passed  my  first  black-belt  grading  in  1991 –  a  humbling  four-hour  ordeal  of exhaustion under the scrutiny of Mr Richard Barrett – and in the same year I also followed Bob to take up learning Taiji with Pete Dobson.


In 1997 Pete brought Wee Kee Jin and Yek Sing Ong to the UK after meeting them on a short trip to New Zealand.  Pete then suggested that  we  should  let  go  of  our  current  Taiji  practice  and  all  begin  again  together  under  Wee  Kee  Jin,  as  his  system  was  much  clearer.   If  Pete  was  brave  enough  to  let  go  of  his  current practice  and  teaching  in  order  to  progress,  then  I  was  prepared  to  follow  him.  So  then, under  Pete͛s  guidance,  and  along  with  my  friend  and  karate  teacher  Bob  Honiball  and  a small number of other stalwarts, we all began our training again. In  1999,  we  spotted  the  link  between  Master  Huang͛s  first  White  Crane  teacher  and  the founder  of  Goju  Ryu,  and  Wee  Kee  Jin  then  offered  to  teach  the  White  Crane  to  us  in  the UK.


My  Goju  Ryu  fifth  Dan  grading  was  in  Okinawa,  2006,  and  then  in  2007  I  took  the decision to focus my training on Taiji and White Crane so that I could properly explore the ͞Ju͟  or  softness  that  was  present  to  some  degree  in  Karate,  but  so very  elusive.  I consider myself very fortunate to have gone through the journey in Karate that led me to the place I now  find  myself,  and  the ͞Do͟  (the  philosophy  of  the  way)  has  never  left  me.   My  path continues through practicing and teaching Taiji and White Crane, and I am very fortunate to have known and trained with Wee Kee Jin͛s guidance for so long.





Donnerstag Freitag Samstag Sonntag
8.30 - 9.30 8.30 - 9.30 8.30 - 9.30 8.30 - 9.30
Eigenes Training Eigenes Training Eigenes Training Eigenes Training
9.45 - 11.45 9.45 - 11.45 9.45 - 11.45 9.45 - 11.45
Workshop - Partnerarbeit
Workshop - Partnerarbeit Workshop - Partnerarbeit Workshop - Partnerarbeit
11.45 - 12.15 11.45 - 12.15 11.45 - 12.15 11.45 - 12.15
Kaffeepause Kaffeepause Kaffeepause Kaffeepause
12.15 - 13.00 12.15 - 13.00 12.15 - 13.00 12.15 - 13.00
Halbfreies Push Hands (Tuishou)
Halbfreies Push Hands (Tuishou) Halbfreies Push Hands (Tuishou) Halbfreies Push Hands (Tuishou)
13.00 - 15.00 13.00 - 15.00 13.00 - 15.00 13.00 - 15.00
Mittagspause Mittagspause Mittagspause Mittagspause
15.00 - 17.00 15.00 - 17.00 15.00 - 17.00 15.00 - 17.00
Freies Push Hands (Tuishou)
Freies Push Hands (Tuishou) Freies Push Hands (Tuishou) Freies Push Hands (Tuishou)

Preise und Kosten

Donnerstag bis Sonntag, jeweils 08.30 bis 17.00 Uhr



1 Tag          60,- € 

2 Tage       110,- €

3 Tage       155,- €

4 Tage       200,- €


Die Tage sind auch einzeln buchbar!

Die Anmeldung erfolgt über die VHS Stadt Haßfurt (09521/950185

oder beim Organisator Roland von Loefen

Tel. +491703173204

(email: von.loefen@t-online.de)



Während des Treffens gibt es Tee, Kaffee, Wasser

for free.......


Im Umkreis von ca. 500 m gibt es Supermärkte, Bäcker, Metzger, Cafe's und Kneipen und Restaurants

(Italienisch, Türkisch, Asiatisch und Deutsch/Fränkisch).

Halbfreies   und Freies  Push Hands:



Halbfreies und Freies Push Hands wird in diesem Treffen nur im festen Stand ausgeführt.

Alle 10 Minuten wird der Stand gewechselt:

vom V – Stand zu schulterbreiten Parallelstand zum Bogenstand.


mehr dazu im Programm

Flyer 2023
Flyer Push Hands Meeting 2023.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Dokument 501.2 KB

Es hat sich gezeigt das es für Taiji - Übende (die noch keine oder wenig Erfahrung im freien Push Hands haben) kein Problem ist mitzumachen. Alle Teilnehmer sind sehr rücksichtsvoll miteinander umgegangen.

 Cheng Man-Ching:

"Invest in Loss - small Pain small Gain, big Loss big Gain"

oder wie Huang Sheng Shyan sagte:

"Umso mehr du fällst desto besser wirst du werden"

Wee Kee Jins  Taiji - School New Zealand
Wee Kee Jins Taiji - School New Zealand





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