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More Tai Chi practice to celebrate the New Year. We joined other Tai Chi/Qigong practitioners in Austin and celebrated the New Year together by sharing each other's practice.

Thank you Vince Cobalis from Ip Sun Tai Chi and Chen Tai Chi Association of Austin for organizing this event.

Our Winter 2022 session is starting this week on January 4, 2022. Come join us.

Email Shifu Fong at [email protected] for details.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, TUKONG MOOSUL
January 30, 1982, Grandmaster Yi started the first class in Austin through the UT Informal Classes program. About a week before registration there was an article in the Daily Texan providing some of Grandmaster's history and philosophy. In traditional manner, Grandmaster Yi decided he would interview students individually in order to decide whether to accept them in the class. The maximum class size for the room was 80, but when the interview date arrived there were over 200 people lining the halls of the student union to ask permission to train with the Grandmaster. I assisted with the interviews and I believe he approved 150 - 170 students. At the first class it was obvious there were too many people for the classroom. We all ran over to Clark Field (near the UT stadium) and trained on the field that semester, even when it was cold and wet. We learned many unorthodox techniques and developed the strong bond between teacher and students. This built a sense of purpose and unity behind Grandmaster Yi and Tukong Moosul (Korean Inja at the time). Grandmaster has never waivered in his commitment to the students and the Tukong family. I'm proud to be part of Tukong Moosul and glad to continue to learn the best martial arts and philosophy from a true Grandmaster. Headmaster Ali Brown continues the quest for excellence in his teachings and his vision for Tukong Austin at Tiger Mountain Center. Thank you, Headmaster Ali!!
~Peace and Longevity~
Master Vince Cobalis
New Year Tai Chi:
The New Year is a good time for reflection and refocus on the coming year. So much has happened this year. Meditation, Tai Chi and Kigong helps put things in perspective. I personally incorporate Ip Sun Tai Chi into this process every year. This year everyone is invited to join an online Tai Chi event featuring Ip Sun instructors and special guest(s).
Date: New Year’s Day, January 1, 2021.
Time: 1:00 PM
Link to Ip Sun | Tai Chi 2021 New Year’s Celebration:

https://meet.google.com/buk-hgrj-ort

I hope you can join us and help create some healing synergy for the New Year!

~Peace and Good Health~
~Namaste~
"Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - October 31, 2020. Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor. Active Respiration The regulation of the breath shifts the nervous system toward the relaxed state, and this in turn shifts the neurotransmitter profile dramatically. It expands the blood vessels, reducing blood pressure and assisting the pe*******on of nutrients and oxygen deep into the capillary system; deep breaths propel the lymph fluid more dynamically than any other mechanism, which circulates immune cells and drives metabolic by-products and waste into the elimination system. Excerpted from The Healer Within by Roger Jahnke"
"Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - October 3, 2020 Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who offers Ip Sun Tai Chi classes Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9 am. [email protected]
Good Posture Principles of qigong posture. The spine should feel long and open, with the shoulders relaxed, neither slouched nor pulled back. The elbows, knees, and fingers are all slightly bent rather than rigidly locked. The feet are generally flat on the ground. The chest feels easy and open, neither puffed out nor depressed. The abdomen and solar plexus are free of tension, allowing the breath to become slow, quiet, and deep. The whole body is alert, relaxed, and more fully alive. Excerpted from The Way of Qigong by Kenneth S. Cohe
The Thursday Tai Chi classes are back - sponsored by the City of Austin, Asian American Resource Center. Sifu Gongxian (Sally) Liu and I will be sharing the class every Thursday from 10 - 11 am, with Sifu Liu leading the first class on July 30. You must email [email protected] to sign up to receive weekly links to the classes. With community spread of COVID-19, stay home as much as possible, where a mask and gloves when around others. I hope you can make this 1 hour weekly class part of your routine to stay healthy.

Virtual Tai Chi for AARC
Thursdays 10 - 11am
email [email protected] for link to the class
I’m teaching next Thursday, August 6th
~Peace and Good Health~

Master Vince Cobalis
Ip Sun Tai Chi
[email protected]
512-775-3341
www.ipsuntaichi.com
Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor, who teaches Ip Sun Tai Chi classes online Tues/Thurs/Sat at 9 am. [email protected]
Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - August 1, 2020

Reversed Breathing * Qi Breath * Pre-birth Breathing

It is helpful to occasionally practice "reversed breathing" as a way to stimulate qi and gain more control over the breathing muscles. In reversed breathing, the abdomen contracts during inhalation. At the same time, the chest cavity expands slightly - the ribs opening, the sternum lifting. During the exhalation, the abdomen is slightly distended, pushing out, and the chest closes naturally. In both the inhalation and exhalation phases, the breath is deep, slow, soft, and silent.

It is important to maintain meditative awareness of the dan tian. Regardless of which method of breathing you practice, the dan tian remains the physical center of gravity and the energetic reservoir of qi.

Practice reversed breathing for three minutes before beginning natural respiration. Most students find that this frees the diaphragm and abdominal muscles and actually makes the natural breathing much smoother and deeper.

Excerpted from The Way of Qigong by Kenneth S. Cohen
Thank you to all of the kind Ip Sun students and instructors for the beautiful orchids and card. I treasure your dedication to our martial art and I will carry this with me to Amarillo!
So glad I didn't miss this test! Outstanding! I can't wait to attend class with you all.
Second Saturday Tai Chi at Bull Creek Park in the morning, Saturday 2/14 from 9 - 11.
Bull Creek District Park is on the east side of Loop 360 at 6701 Lakewood Drive. Just north of RR 2222 is the traffic signal for Lakewood Drive. Traveling north on Loop 360, take a right (east) at the traffic signal for Lakewood Drive. Drive past the main park, across Bull Creek, and there is a small parking lot on the east side of Bull Creek Park. The Tai Chi court is directly in front of you to the north of the parking lot.

Refer to www.austinparks.org for Bull Creek District Park information and a map
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thank you sir.

Ip Sun, a Tai Chi training program in the Tukong Moosul sytem, is a moving meditation that develops self-awareness, confidence, and inner-strength while emphasizing techniques that improve balance, coordination, concentration, and self-defense.

Operating as usual

01/31/2022

Happy 40th Anniversary Tukong Moosul, Grandmaster Yi, Headmaster Ali Brown and all
Tukong Masters, Black Belts and color belts💖🥋🎉🎉
Cheers to the next 40 and beyond! Ip Sun is the internal expression of Tukong Moosul. The first class at UT was an amazing experience, with Master Yi teaching a deeper understanding of martial arts than the outward expression. The video of out 2019 trip to Korea is worth viewing.
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World Tukong Moosul Federation - 2019 Group testing & training in Korea - The journey so far.
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World Tukong Moosul Federation - 2019 Group testing & training in Korea - The journey so far.
In October of 2019 22 Tukong Moosul Black Belts a

10/22/2021

Ip Sun Promotion 9-25-2021

Photos from Ip Sun Tai Chi's post 05/17/2021

Photos from Ip Sun Tai Chi's post

03/18/2021

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11/09/2020

November 7, 2020 Ip Sun Tai Chi and Qigong Tip from Master Taylor: Breathing: The Overlooked Exercise Just as the heart is the pump for the circulatory system, the diaphragm is the pump for the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system needs a relaxed body to operate properly. Just like relaxation helps digestion, it also helps the lymphatic system. Deep slow abdominal breathing helps you to take in large amounts of oxygen. In addition to oxygenation, the beauty of deep breath work is its effect on the lymphatic system. As the body goes from inhale to exhale the change creates a vacuum which helps to push sluggish lymph fluid into the circulatory system for cellular wastes and toxins to be eliminated from the body. To do abdominal breathing begin by lying down. Place a pillow under your knees. Now put a book on your abdomen right below the rib cage. Inhale slowly and deeply through the nose and allow the belly to fill up. The book on your abdomen should move. The abdomen needs to be relaxed. Don't force the abdomen to move, soften it. Visualize a glass filling up from the bottom. Visualize a balloon inflating. Now let the air fall, press the air out with your abdominal muscles. The book should go down. Begin again and breathe correctly ten times. You will feel wonderful! Excerpts from Ellen Gordon Poage, Lymphedema Resources, and Susan G. Komen For the Cure" Master Taylor teaches online Ip Sun Tai Chi classes Tues/Thurs/Sat at 9 am

11/01/2020

With the full moon, I'm reminded of one of Grandmaster Yi's philosophies. If you have a bowl of water in the moonlight, the moon is yours alone and you can meditate on the moon's reflection. But everyone else who captures the moon in their bowl sees it as belonging to them. In fact, the moon reflects on us all individually and collectively. As we meditate on the moon's reflection we are interconnected with others around the world meditating on the same reflection. We are not alone.

Happening on Oct. 31 at 10:49 a.m. ET, the 2020 full Hunter's moon is also considered a blue moon, which is something else that makes this lunation to incredibly rare. According to the Farmers' Almanac, people have referred to the second full moon that occurs within the same month as a blue moon for more than half a century.

10/11/2020

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"Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - October 10, 2020. Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who teaches online classes Tuesdays/Thursdays/Saturdays at 9 am. Posture - Wu Chi Stance 1. Sense whether all points of the feet are touching the ground 2. Sense that the weight is equal on both feet 3. Feel no subtle strain at the hips from leaning 4. Center the mind, chi, and center of gravity at the Tan Tien 5. Feel a slight space under the armpits 6. Feel no tightness or raised shoulders 7. Feel the scapulae on the back slightly rounded 8. Tuck in the chin slightly 9. Feel the pull of heavenly force at the crown Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li"

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09/12/2020

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"Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - September 12, 2020 Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who provides online Ip Sun training Tues/Thurs/Sat at 9am [email protected]. Healing Sounds Wood - Liver/Gallbladder Emotion is nu- anger, irritation, frustration Color is GREEN Healing sound is Xu (pronounced sheee) Nu makes the Qi rise causing a red face and eyes. It can damage the liver, blood, and bile It can damage the organs causing anorexia, diarrhea, and constipation When out of balance the person tends to be stubborn, resentful, frustrated, hostile, mean and rude. When the energy is in balance the person tends to be unselfish, dynamic, visionary, kind, and merciful. Excerpted from Rey Ximenes, MD - 'Presentation of Five Elements: Healing Sounds with Physiological and Psychological Effects' Link to sound: https://theconsciouslife.com/six-healing-sounds

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07/25/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - July 25, 2020: Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor, who teaches Ip Sun Tai Chi Tues/Thurs/Sat 9 - 10;15

Rooting and Grounding

One definition of root is "the source or origin of an action or quality". This definition echoes the Tai Chi classics: "Each movement is rooted in the feet, developed in the legs, directed by the waist, and expressed through the fingers and hands."

The physical process of rooting involves aligning the skeletal structure with gravity. The resulting connection with the earth allows for a free exchange of force down through the skeletal structure into the earth and back up from the earth through the structure.

The leg muscles are the strongest muscles in the body. Ninety percent of the force in Tai Chi Chi Kung comes from the legs. This force cannot be used unless it is supported by a stable base in the feet. If the feet are not properly positioned, the body becomes like a tree with half of its roots damaged. Such a tree would have difficulty drawing enough nutrients up from the soil; it would also be susceptible to being blown over in a windstorm.

The skeletal structure is designed to distribute the weight of the body evenly over the nine points of the foot: 5 toes, large ball, small ball, heal point, and outer edge of foot. Distributing the body's weight evenly amount these points provides a stable foundation for the rest of the structure.

Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li

07/04/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - July 4, 2020
Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who offers Online Ip Sun Tai Chi Tues/Thurs/Sat at 9:00am

Coordinate Inner and Outer, Mind and Body

One of the basic principles of Tai Chi is to move in coordinated continuous sequences, with all parts of the body connected and working together harmoniously. This continuous flow manifests through the physical structure as gracefulness and through mental structure as emotional balance and steadiness of character; this is what we call integrity.

Attaining an integrated structure is a repair process that takes place at several levels. The most basic level is the energy flow in the body. When life force is unable to circulate unimpeded, automatically some areas of the body will be affected with too much energy or too little. this is reflected in our thinking, our emotions, and the way we move.

Negative emotional energy inhibits movement. Over time, emotions begin to be held in the muscles, organs, and tissues, creating tightness and restricted movement. The Microcosmic Orbit meditation opens these energy blocks by restoring energy flow.

Without mental balance and emotional stability, the Tai Chi practitioner often struggles in vain trying to move in one piece. Without the help of meditation, it might take many years of Tai Chi practice to attain the state of mental and emotional balance that results in physical integrity. The emotions of joy, anger, fear, sadness, worry, love, respect, and so on are the most powerful forms of energy ordinarily experienced. Fully expressing the emotions is one of the characteristics of a dynamic and integrated personality.

A person should not be at the mercy of the emotions. The Taoist experiences emotions fully and then allows them to flow on once the situation that provoked them is finished. One of the results of allowing the life force to empower the movements is that the chi can flow like a river. This enables the practitioner to move smoothly and continuously, without sudden shifts in tempo.

Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li

07/04/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - July 4, 2020
Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor, who teaches Ip Sun Tai Chi online Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays at 9:00 am

Coordinate Inner and Outer, Mind and Body

One of the basic principles of Tai Chi is to move in coordinated continuous sequences, with all parts of the body connected and working together harmoniously. This continuous flow manifests through the physical structure as gracefulness and through mental structure as emotional balance and steadiness of character; this is what we call integrity.

Attaining an integrated structure is a repair process that takes place at several levels. The most basic level is the energy flow in the body. When life force is unable to circulate unimpeded, automatically some areas of the body will be affected with too much energy or too little. this is reflected in our thinking, our emotions, and the way we move.

Negative emotional energy inhibits movement. Over time, emotions begin to be held in the muscles, organs, and tissues, creating tightness and restricted movement. The Microcosmic Orbit meditation opens these energy blocks by restoring energy flow.

Without mental balance and emotional stability, the Tai Chi practitioner often struggles in vain trying to move in one piece. Without the help of meditation, it might take many years of Tai Chi practice to attain the state of mental and emotional balance that results in physical integrity. The emotions of joy, anger, fear, sadness, worry, love, respect, and so on are the most powerful forms of energy ordinarily experienced. Fully expressing the emotions is one of the characteristics of a dynamic and integrated personality.

A person should not be at the mercy of the emotions. The Taoist experiences emotions fully and then allows them to flow on once the situation that provoked them is finished. One of the results of allowing the life force to empower the movements is that the chi can flow like a river. This enables the practitioner to move smoothly and continuously, without sudden shifts in tempo.

Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li

06/22/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - June 20, 2020
Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who teaches online Ip Sun classes: Tues/Thurs/Saturday at 9:00

Life and Light

Throughout the world, light is synonymous with healing and energy. In many religious traditions, divine power is identified with a primal light. God created light before he/she created the sun, the moon, and the rest of the world. Scientifically, light seems to defy logical explanation. Light travels at a constant velocity of 186,000 miles per second. The unit of light, called a photon, has no resting mass, making it, like Qi, more of a function than a substance. And time itself is irrelevant for light, according to Einsteins Theory of Relativity, time stops at the speed of light.

Light behaves with intelligence, always reaching its target along the path that takes the least possible time. This is known in science as the 'principle of least action', a concept with interesting parallels to the Chinese notion of Wu Wei, effortless, efficient action.

Light has been understood as the correlate of Qi since the beginning of Qigong history. One of the early ideograms for Qi is a picture of light radiating from the sun. Ancient Qigong texts speak of absorbing light energy from the sun, moon, and stars and of the body radiating varying degrees and qualities of light depending on the individual's state of health and consciousness.

Living systems literally glow. All living cells emit units of light, bio-photons. The behavior of light seems to scientifically corroborate a mystical truth, that light is a characteristic of life.

Excerpted from The Way of Qigong by Kenneth S. Cohen

06/11/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - June 6, 2020

Thanks to Master Scott Taylor, who teaches "virtual" Ip Sun Tai Chi Tuesdays/Thursdays/Saturdays at 9 am

Dan Tian Breathing

The dan tian is the energy center in the abdominal region, about three inches below the navel and midway into the center of the body. The dan tian will be the point or region from which the expansion of the abdomen seems to originate.

When practicing dan tian breathing, both the lower abdomen and the lower back expand with the inhalation, and both retract with exhalation. Most of the movement is still felt in the front of the body, but there is definitely a response in the back.

Dan Tian Breathing stimulates the kidneys, the lower spine, and the important acupuncture point, ming men "the gate of life". Ming men controls the proper functioning of the kidneys and, when stimulated, increases the body's overall vitality and energy level. Dan Tian Breathing primes the body's major energetic pump so that qi can spread more efficiently throughout the body.

Excerpted from The Way of Qigong by Kenneth S. Cohen

06/07/2020

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRANDMASTER YI!

Founder of Tukong Moosul and Ip Sun - The mark of a true Master is reflected in the character and quality of the generations of Black Belts that follow.

05/30/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - May 30, 2020

Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor who teaches an online Ip Sun class Tues/Thurs/Saturdays 9 - 10:15 am

Effortlessness - Wu Wei

Any bodily movement involves muscular contractions and releases. It is impossible to move your physical structure without tensing and contracting whole series of muscles and tendons. The challenge of Tai Chi is to execute all the movements without tensing or tightening to the point of interfering with the energy flow, and in learning to release once the movement ceases, so as to feel the newly gained chi. This is called Wu Wei, effortlessness, using minimum effort to achieve maximum results.

Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li

05/25/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - May 23, 2020

Courtesy of Master Scott Taylor, who does a virtual Ip Sun Tai Chi class Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday at 9am

Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth

One thing I urge everyone to practice during this coronavirus pandemic is to breathe or inhale through your NOSE and exhale through your mouth. The cells and tissues in the nose, but not the mouth, constantly and continuously produce nitric oxide, which is a gas. The physiological significance of this is that nasally-derived NO improves oxygen delivery into the lungs by causing bronchodilation – the relaxation and widening of the bronchi and bronchioles in the lungs. Moreover, when inhaling through the nose, your nasal nitric oxide is inhaled into your lungs, where it stands a chance of meeting up with the virus particles. Inhaling through your mouth will NOT accomplish this. By the same token, exhaling through your nose is highly wasteful in that you would be expelling the NO away from the lungs, where it is needed most.

Nitricoxide, also termed NO, is a gaseous molecule that is produced by our arteriesin all organs to regulate cardiovascular function. NO causes the muscle cells(smooth muscle) enveloping arteries to relax, thereby causing vasodilation, orwidening of the arteries. This physiological action results in a decrease inblood pressure within the arteries and increased blood flow to all organsthrough the dilated arteries.

NO produced by our own cells can interact with molecules in invading cells suchas bacteria, parasites and viruses to kill them or inhibit their replication orspread. NO has been shown to increase the survival rate of mammalian cellsinfected with SARS-CoV.

Excerpted from LouisIgnarro ,a medical research scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize inPhysiology or Medicine for his breakthrough discoveries of nitric oxide (NO)

05/16/2020

Ip Sun * Tai Chi * Qigong Tip - May 16, 2020

Inner Smile

The Inner Smile is a powerful relaxation and self healing technique that uses the energy of happiness and love as a language to communicate with the internal organs of the body. A genuine smile transmits loving energy that has the power to calm, balance, and heal.

The Inner Smile begins at the eyes and mid-eyebrow point. The eyes are connected to the autonomic nervous system, which in turn is connected to all the muscles, organs, and glands. As one of the first parts of the body to receive signals, the eyes cause the organs and glands to accelerate activity at times of stress and danger and to slow down when a crisis has passed. When the eyes relax, they activate the parasympathetic nervous system and cause the rest of the body to relax.

As you activate the loving energy, you will feel the energy of the Inner Smile flow down the entire length of the body like a waterfall. This is a very powerful and effective tool to counteract stress and tension.

Excerpted from The Inner Structure of Tai Chi by Mantak Chia and Juan Li

Weekly Ip Sun tip provided by Master Scott Taylor. Master Taylor teaches "virtual" Ip Sun classes Tues/Thurs/Sat at 9 am. Contact him for invitation.

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