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10th International


TAIJIQUAN Push Hands - Meeting 2024


                                             in Hassfurt am Main


                                             from 30.05. - 02.06.2024

                                             Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday


This meeting provides TAIJI - practitioners of all styles (Yang, Chen, Wu, Fu ...)

in a friendly and harmonious atmosphere to practice, to get to know, to share experiences … .

But the important thing is to go deep into the art of TAIJIQUAN.


This Push Hands meeting will take place in the tradition of Master Huang and the manner of Wee Kee Jin's partner work.



It is not a meeting to fight or to train for competitions.



The theme of this event is:

Applying the classics of TAIJI (TAICHI) for a better understanding of the principles.


In China, Push Hands was known in earlier days as an exercise of

" feel and touch"

Sometime later it was called Push Hands.


Pushing - Hands develop the internal qualities of the five elements;

these are:


- sticking

- joining

- adhering

- following

- Don’t resist and don’t disconnect


What does this mean free - Push Hands:


In free Pushing both partner have the opportunity (under the subject to the Taiji - principles) to bring the partner out of balance and then to push.


Pushing means to feel if your partner lose his balance or can not neutralize, at this moment in order to strengthen your own stability by relaxing and sinking you can break the root of the partner to push him completely out with relaxed power.



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





Lieber Dietmar