Wushu Masters Challenge 2017

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2017 Wushu Masters Challenge 武林群英會(廣東話版)

Encontro de Mestres de Wushu

coach Nikola Maricic Gold medal champion  2017

武林群英會官方網站

中國傳統武術博大精深,憑著獨特的文化背景孕育出中華民族的文化瑰寶。今年8月10日至13日,世界各地武林群英再度雲集濠江,施展渾身解數,以武會友,宏揚中國源遠流長的傳統武術,打造「2017武林群英會」。精彩系列活動匯聚體育、旅遊和文化相結合的一年一度盛事!

「2017武林群英會」活動由澳門特別行政區政府體育局與澳門武術總會聯合主辦,旅遊局、文化局和文化產業基金協辦,活動支持單位包括國際武術聯合會、亞洲武術聯合會和中國武術協會。活動於澳門多個地點進行:塔石體育館、澳門綜藝館、奧林匹克體育中心運動場室內體育館、塔石廣場和友誼廣場。

武術運動從古至今一直受到世界各地人士推崇,盡顯中華文化的獨特魅力,近年在本澳亦積極地發展。一連四天的活動以武術三大項目(龍獅、套路、散打)為主題,結合體育、旅遊和文化的協同效應,加大力度打造本澳體育旅遊品牌盛事活動。透過不同形式的武術活動,讓居民、遊客能參與其中,從中加深對武術運動的認識,同時,提供一個多元化的交流平台予武術運動愛好者互相學習、切磋並分享習武心得。國際武術賽傳統太極器械競逐

本報消息 武林群英會活動之一的國際武術套路賽昨日於氹仔運動場室內館舉行,吸引近五百名中外選手參與。

With the aim of promoting traditional wushu (Chinese martial arts) and gathering the greatest wushu heroes from all over the world, Macao will be staging yet another large-scale sporting event that captures worldwide attention, the Wushu Masters Challenge, to be held from 10 to 13 August 2017.

Said to be one of the biggest events of the year in Macau, the Wushu Masters Challenge kicked off yesterday with an inauguration event held at Tap Seac Square.
With the aim of promoting traditional Chinese martial arts among residents, the Wushu Master Challenge will be held in several venues on the peninsula until Sunday.
The event boasts an extensive program and includes the most wanted “Sanda” (Combat) Championship between Western and Chinese Masters, to be held this evening at Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion, as well as a wide range of activities that range from demonstrations and competitions of several styles of martial arts to championships of lion and dragon dances. A parade with all the Wushu traditional mythological creatures will also be held on Sunday evening through the streets of Macau from the Ruins of Saint Paul’s to Tap Seac Square.
The event is said to bring together about 400 martial arts Masters from Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
In addition to the entertainment and sport displays, the Sports Bureau (ID) explained that the four-day event also aims to provide a platform for martial art enthusiasts to learn, experience and train, as well as provide a way to promote interaction and experience sharing among those that are already practicing.
The ID also informed in a statement that both residents and tourists would be granted with four free tickets for six of the program’s events.
The tickets will be distributed at Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion.
Macau has a long tradition in the sports with several Masters teaching the art internationally, and has in Jia Rui its most notable athlete, winning gold medals in several international events including the Asian and East Asian Games. RM

The city’s second Wushu Masters Challenge, slated to take place on August 10-13, will spotlight major wushu competitions and training courses, the Sports Bureau (ID) and Wushu General Association of Macau (WGAM) said Thursday.

According to the two organisers, which co-hosted a press conference at Macau Tower, the event will mainly focus on dragon and lion dances, as well as the two wushu disciplines of taolu and sanda.

While ‘wushu’ is Putonghua for martial arts, ‘taolu’ means ‘forms’ and ‘sanda’ means ‘sparring’.

Four international and regional competitions, namely the CKF International Combat Challenge-Macau, International Taolu Competition, 4th Asian Dragon & Lion Dance Championships, and Sanda Challenger Competition, will take place at the event.

Also in the programme are taolu and sanda training courses for wushu coaches three days in a row at Tap Seac Multisports Pavilion, while the Wushu Summer Carnival will be held in both Praça da Amizade and Praça do Tap Seac throughout the four-day event.

The event’s Wushu and Lion & Dragon Dance Parade will be held on the last day of the event from Largo do Senado, past the Ruins of St Paul’s to Praça do Tap Seac.

According to The Macau Post Daily, ID President Pun Weng Kun said the budget for this year’s event was 18 million patacas, which was two million patacas less than last year’s.

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng said that last year the city’s first-ever Wushu Masters Challenge was “widely liked” by residents and tourists alike.

The government is inviting wushu masters from all over the world to join Macau’s four-day Wushu Grand Gathering in August, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam Chon Weng told reporters on Thursday.

‘Wushu’ is Putonghua for martial arts.

The policy secretary made the remarks after chairing a plenary meeting of the government-appointed Cultural Industries Council at the Tourism Activities Centre (CAT).

The event will comprise wushu performances and competitions, Tam said, adding that competitions for dragon dancing and lion dancing would also be part of it.

He was quick to add that residents and tourists won’t be allowed to place bets on the competitions. He also said practitioners of the local cultural industry could design “relevant products” and promote them during the four days.

“Many foreigners like wushu. They are very good at [wushu] and like our Chinese culture. We’ll make the Wushu Grand Gathering a wushu carnival,” Tam said, adding that the government would invite the heads of different wushu schools in the mainland to participate.

“We want to hold the event annually because it’s so important,” Tam said, pointing out that the General Administration of Sport of China in Beijing, which he visited earlier this month, was very supportive of the idea. He also said the local Sports Bureau would hold a press conference on details of the event such as its venue and budget in due course.

(Macaunews/macaupost)

The broad and profound traditional Chinese Wushu is cultivated as the cultural treasure of the Chinese nation from its diverse cultural uniqueness. The “2017 Wushu Masters Challenge” will be held from the 10th to the 13th of August this year, gathering the world’s greatest Wushu masters to challenge against one another for the promotion of friendship, as well as the long history of the traditional martial arts. A series of splendid and exciting events will be held, combining the elements of sports, tourism and culture as one of the largest events of the year!

The “2017 Wushu Masters Challenge” is jointly organized by the Sports Bureau of the Macao Special Administrative Region and the Wushu General Association of Macau, co-organized by the Macao Government Tourism Office, the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Cultural Industries Fund, also supported by the International Wushu Federation, the Wushu Federation of Asia and the Chinese Wushu Association. Various activities will be held alternately in several venues in Macao, including the Tap Seac Multi-sports Pavilion, the Olympic Sports Centre Indoor Pavilion, Tap Seac Square and Friendship Square.

Highly praised across the world from past to present, Wushu exemplifies the fascinating charm of the Chinese culture and the sports is actively developing in Macau over the past years. There will be a 4 day themed event that highlights the 3 main Wushu categories of Lion Dance, Taolu and Sanda, which combines the elements of sports, tourism and culture, creating a brand new sports and tourism event. The participation of residents and tourists will be encouraged through the different forms of Wushu events, enhancing their insights and knowledge of the traditional sport, as well as to provide a diversifying communication platform for Wushu enthusiasts, to learn and train, as well as to exchange and share their experiences in practicing Wushu amongst one another.

The organizer will hold an expansive line-up of Wushu activities in different locations to widespread the festive atmosphere to different parts of Macao which residents and tourists will enjoy.

Encontro de Mestres de Wushu

A ampla e profunda tradição do Wushu Chinês é cultivada como tesouro cultural das nações chinesas, através da sua diversidade cultural sem igual. O “Encontro de Mestres de Wushu 2017” será realizado nos dias 10 a 13 de Agosto do corrente ano, reunindo os melhores mestres mundiais de Wushu para competirem e promoverem a amizade, e a longa história de artes marciais tradicionais. Realizar-se-ão uma série de eventos magníficos e emocionantes, através da combinação de elementos desportivos, turísticos e culturais, sendo um dos maiores eventos do ano!

O “Encontro de Mestres de Wushu 2017” é organizado pelo Instituto do Desporto do Governo da RAEM e Associação Geral de Wushu de Macau, co-organizado pela Direcção dos Serviços de Turismo, Instituto Cultural e Fundo das Indústrias Culturais, com o apoio da Federação Internacional de Wushu, Federação Asiática de Wushu e Associação de Wushu da China. Os eventos terão lugar em diferentes locais de Macau, nomeadamente, Pavilhão Polidesportivo Tap Seac, Pavilhão Desportivo do Centro Desportivo Olímpico, Praça do Tap Seac e Praça da Amizade.

Internacionalmente elogiado sobre o seu passado até ao presente, o Wushu exemplifica o fascinante encanto da cultura Chinesa, e este desporto é desenvolvido activamente em Macau nos últimos anos. Os quatro dias de eventos temáticos, serão constituídos por 3 categorias principais de Wushu, Danças de Leão, Taolu e Sanda, que combinam os elementos desportivos, turísticos e culturais, criando um novo evento desportivo e turístico. Será encorajada a participação dos cidadãos e turistas, através das diferentes formas de eventos de Wushu, para intensificar a sua compreensão e conhecimento deste desporto tradicional, e de providenciar uma diversa plataforma de comunicação com os entusiastas de Wushu, para aprender e treinar, bem como, trocar e partilhar as suas experiências através da prática de Wushu.

A organização desenvolverá uma série de actividades de Wushu em diferentes locais, para difundir a atmosfera festiva em diferentes espaços de Macau, e os bilhetes de todos os eventos são gratuitos para cidadãos e turistas.

FITAQI training for New and Advanced Instructors and World Taichi & Qigong day

oin coach Nikola regular classes in Macau, China   also join FITAQI next year 2018 to become instructor, reach higher levels of teaching or just to learn and do health exercises via qigong, taichi and meditation FITAQI training for New and Advanced Instructors and World Taichi & Qigong day http://www.worldtaichiday.org  , also join us for training in Macau, China, Tunisia, Croatia , … Contact http://www.facebook.com/nikola.maricic.3914    kamenjak@hotmail.com

The President of the entire African Continent’s Sports & Employee Health Association met with WTCQD Founder, Bill Douglas, and Tunisian WTCQD organizer and African Continent WTCQD Ambassador, Ariel Betti   …

where Bill and Ariel, and Croatian WTCQD organizer Nicoli Maricec, gave a presentation to the President’s of all the major Tunisian cities Sport & Employee Health Associations. THEY AGREED TO COLLABORATE ON SPREADING TAI CHI AND QIGONG THROUGHOUT THE AFRICAN CONTINENT, to improve health and lower healthcare costs all across Africa.     AfricanPresidentBILLGOOD

FITAQI 2017 – Jour 10 – Remise des Diplomes et journée internationale de Tai chi et Qigong https://www.facebook.com/Fitaqi.2017/videos/1144827395645908/   And the final day, all you see here is celebration, i can guarantee how those people work hard to be there so happy now when receiving diploma for different levels of INSTRUCTORS for Taijiquan Taichi, Qigong and Meditation. You must be there to feel it, yet this video awake emotions in all of us, everyone worked hard and get rewarded and now with new knowledge will be even better in sharing healthy way of living

Coach Nikola Maricic www.facebook.com/nikola.maricic.3914  kamenjak@hotmail.com  was teacher and examiner for different levels of instructors, was teaching health qigong 5 routines, yang taijiquan 8, 16, 24 40 108 chen taijiquan 18, 22 56 and 42 … for FITAQI Formation International Taichi and Qigong , among other teachers were Master Ariel Betti, Master Bill Douglas and Angela Wong Douglas , founders of World Taichi & Qigong day, Mariem Hammi Meditation and Yoga instructor and Roger Itier international master and champion

More here https://www.facebook.com/Fitaqi.2017  and more videos here on this channel https://www.facebook.com/pg/Fitaqi.2017/videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApWV8c_qwxE&t=5s

PHOTOS AT https://www.facebook.com/nikola.maricic.3914/media_set?set=a.1864306323893907.1073741847.100009436719441&type=3

join us next year to become instructor, reach higher levels of teaching or just to learn and do health exercises via qigong, taichi and meditation

Réception officielle de la nomination d’ARIEL BETTI (fondateur de Fitaqi) en tant qu’employeur officiel du WTCQD (Journée mondiale du Tai Chi et du Qigong) sur l’ensemble du continent africain par M. Bill Douglas, fondateur du WTCQD

Official reception of the Nomination of ARIEL BETTI (Fitaqi founder) as Official Ambassador of the WTCQD (World Tai Chi and Qigong Day) on all the African continent by Mr Bill Douglas, founder of the WTCQD.

J- 1 Avant la Journée Mondiale de Tai Chi et Qigong qui aura lieu le 29 Avril à El Kobba El Menzeh 1 à côté du parc de la santé à partir de 13 h.

Venez Nombreux !

https://www.facebook.com/Fitaqi.2017/posts/1138915026237145 Rencontre au somment : Moment historique, entre FITAQI, l’ OSTA (L’Organisation du Sport Africain Travailliste et Amateur et de l’ ONSCT ( l’Organisation National de Culture Sport et Travail).

Le Tai chi et le Qigong deviennent officiellement des activités au sein de l’ OSTA (L’Organisation du Sport Africain Travailliste et Amateur et de l’ ONSCT ( l’Organisation National de Culture Sport et Travail).

Avec la présence du Président de l’ OSTA, Le Dr.EVELE Malik Atour

Le Président de l’ ONSCT, Mounir SMIDA, Vice-Président de l’OSTA et Officier de Liaison pour l’Afrique du Nord.

Le Fondateur de la WTCQD Bill Douglas,

Le fondateur FITAQI, ARIEL BETTI et représentant de WTCQD sur le continent Africain

Le Champion international de Tai chi chuan et de Qigong Nikola Maricic.

Nikola Maricic from Macau, China meet with Dr. EVELE Malik Atour,

President de l’Organisation du Sport Africain Travailliste et Amateur (OSTA)

Membre du Comite International Pierre de Coubertin (CIPC)

President du Comite National Pierre de Coubertin piur le Cameroun (CNPC)

President du Comite National Non-Olympique du Cameroun (CNOC)

President de l Union Camerounaise de Futnet (UCF)

President de l’Academie Nationale de Taekwondo du Cameroun (FECATAE ACADEMY)

Membre du Comite National Olympique et Sportif du Cameroun (CNOSC)

and with Organisation Nationale Culture Sport et Travail Tunisie ONCST

president and comitee members Meet FITAQI members Master Ariel Betti from Cameroon and Tunisia, Master Bill Douglas from USA and Master coach Nikola Maricic from Macau, China and Croatia of health qigong and taijiquan taichi for African city walk

In the context of the 2th edition of fitaqi2017, we invite you to celebrate with us the world day of tai chi and qigong which will take place on 29 April 2017, from 13 pm to 17 pm at the Koba Menzeh 1. the great first of this year will be the presence in Tunisia of m. Bill and Ms. Angela Douglas, the two founders

Join world wide biggest stress management event in over 80 countries and now in Tunis with

founder of event Bill Douglas, master coach Ariel Betti, Roger Itier and master coach Nikola Maricic

Prikljucite se svjetski najvecem stress management eventu u Zagrebu , Rijeci, Rabu, Tunisu i

Macau, Kina i naravno u preko 80 zemalja svijeta. Trener koji je pokrenuo ovaj event u Hrvatskoj 2000

je medju prvih 10 koji su zapoceli ovaj event sirom svijeta. sada je gost na eventu u Tunisu kojemu

takodjer prisustvuje osnivac svjestkog taichi i qigong dana Bill Danglas, Angela Wong Douglas i Andrea Douglas.

Domacin je Ariel Betti , majstor trener i zacetnik ovog eventa u Tunisu, nakon sto je trener Maricic na poziv domacina

2012 odrzao 10 dnevni trening qigonga, taichi i meditacije te je predlozio da zapocnu ovaj dogadjaj, ostalo je povijest .

takodjer vodi intenzivne treninge za nove instruktore te instruktorica Zeljka Dermit iz Hrvatske takodjer sudjeluje kao student te je polozila visoki stupanj za instruktora nivo 3 https://www.facebook.com/zeljka.dermit

Dans le cadre de la 2 ème édition de Fitaqi2017, nous vous invitons à célébrer avec nous la journée Mondiale de Tai Chi et Qigong qui aura lieu le 29 Avril 2017 de 13h à 17h à La Kobba Menzeh 1. La grande première de cette année sera la présence en Tunisie de M. Bill et Mme Angela Douglas, les deux fondateurs de la Journée Mondiale du Tai chi chuan et du Qigong.
Venez nombreux!

#FITAQI2017 #QIQONG #MEDITATION 🤗 🎎MERCI Ariel Ondoua Betti Adolphe Nikola Maricic Roger Itier Mariem Hammi

FITAQI 2017 – Jour 04 Meditation , Qigong pratique et théorique

sous la direction d’experts de hauts rangs :

– de France Me Roger Itier expert fédéral français (7ème duan).

– de Macau Me Nikolas Maricic 4ème duan (multiple champion du monde de Tai chi et de Qigong) enseignant de Méditation .

– des USA, Me Bill Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et Qigong, fondateur de la Journée mondiale de Tai chi chuan et Qigong et best-selling author.

– des USA, Me Angela Wong Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et du Qigong, co-fondatrice de La journée mondiale du Tai chi Chuan et du Qigong et best-selling author .

USA, Me Bill Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et Qigong, fondateur de la Journée mondiale de Tai chi chuan et Qigong et best-selling author et Me Angela Wong Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et du Qigong, co-fondatrice de La journée mondiale du Tai chi Chuan et du Qigong et best-selling author .

#welcome to #the_crew #FITAQI2017 #Tunisia

Nous vous informons que nous organisons le 25-26 Avril 2017 de 9h à 18h A CREATIVA COWORKING SPACE ,LA MARSA la Formation diplômante en Gestion du Stress. Assurée par deux experts internationaux à savoir M Roger Itier et M Ariel Betti, cette formation a pour objectif de développer de réelles compétences opérationnelles utilisables dans le cadre professionnel.

N’hésitez pas à nous contacter sur le 20 852 876 pour avoir plus d’informations. Les places sont limitées !

We inform you that we organise on 25-26 April 2017, from 9 pm to 18 pm has creativa coworking space, the marsa the diploma in management of stress. Provided by two international experts to know Mr Roger Itier and Mr Ariel Betti, this training aims to of to develop of re they competent rational ope rauner usable in the professional.

Please do not hesitate to contact us on 20 852 876 for more information. Seats are limited!

Deuxième édition de FITAQI 2017 « Formations Internationales de Tai Chi et Qigong

Le Lancement officiel de la deuxième édition de FITAQI 2017 « Formations Internationales de Tai Chi et Qigong du 20 au 29 Avril au Carpe Diem (Le relais Route de Gammarth, La Marsa) dans le cadre d’une conférence de presse qui s’est tenu ce matin à La MARSA. Etaient présents M. Ariel Betti Coach et Formateur international en Développement personnel, expert en disciplines de bien-être, M Issam BARHOUMI, Vice-Champion du monde de Kung Fu et expert dans plusieurs disciplines, 5ème Duan Kung Fu ainsi que Mme Mariem HAMMI, Professeur de Hatha yoga, à Yoga Alliance India.

Fondé par M. Ariel Betti, FITAQI est un projet de formations internationales ouvertes à tous autour de disciplines de bien-être assurées par de hauts experts et certifiées par les plus hautes instances internationales du monde.

Parmi ces experts:

– De Chine, le Professeur Luc Bendza 7 ème duan (Enseignant à l’université de sport de Pékin et vice-président de la commission traditionnelle à IWUF)

– De France M Roger Itier expert fédéral français (7ème duan).

-De Macau et Hong Kong M Nikolas Maricic 4ème duan (multiple champion du monde de Tai chi et de Qigong) enseignant de Méditation

-Des USA, M Bill Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et Qigong, fondateur de la Journée mondiale de Tai chi chuan et Qigong et best-selling author

-Des USA, M Angela Wong Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et du Qigong, co-fondatrice de La journée mondiale du Tai chi Chuan et du Qigong et best-selling author.-Ariel Betti Coach et Formateur international en Développement personnel, expert en disciplines de bien-être.

-De Tunisie, M Issam BARHOUMI, Vice-Champion du monde de Kung Fu et expert dans plusieurs disciplines, 5ème Duan Kung Fu .

-De Tunsie, Mme Mariem HAMMI, Professeur de hatha yoga, à Yoga Alliance India.

Cette année FITAQI 2017 s’articule autour de 10 activités :

  • Formation managériale diplômante en gestion du stress par de grands experts du domaine (25-26 Avril 2017)
  • Formation diplômante en Tai Chi Chuan (24-27 avril)
  • Formation diplômante en Qigong (20-23 avril)
  • Formation diplômante Méditation (21-23)
  • Formation diplômante en Wing Chun Kung Fu (27-28)
  • Formation sécurité et self-défense pour les entreprises
  • Formation arts martiaux ouvert au grand public (en semaine de 18h à 19h)

Et de 14H-18H le dimanche

ORGANISATION DE LA FORMATION :

-4 jours de formation pour le diplôme Qigong avec 36 heures de formation

-4 jours de formation pour le diplôme tai chi chuan. Avec 36 heures de formation

-3 Jours de formation pour le diplôme d’enseignant de méditation avec 12 heures de formation théoriques et pratiques

-2 sessions de formations managériales diplômantes en Gestion du Stress pour les entreprises et les personnes de deux matinées pour la première session) et deux après-midi pour la seconde.

-Cours pratiques et théoriques s’organisant autour des grands thèmes de l’énergétique chinoise, de la Médecine traditionnelle chinoise, de la gestion du stress, du bien –être, et de la pédagogie de l’enseignement.

-01 jour d’examen sous la surveillance des autorités de l’Université de sport de Pékin

-Remise de diplôme officielle pendant la journée mondiale du Tai chi et Qigong par des experts de haut niveau et responsables mondiaux

Avec 09 heures de cours par jour, Les évaluations techniques et pédagogiques mettront en évidence par la démonstration, les compétences corporelles et les talents de pédagogue du candidat.

Les formations seront assurées en anglais et en français

En plus des formations diplômantes, cette 2ème édition FITAQI 2017 s’ouvre au grand public à travers :

Des initiations pour découvrir et expérimenter ces différentes disciplines d’arts martiaux internes et de self-défense. (pour vous inscrire aux ateliers découverte de Tai Chi, Qigong et méditation merci de nous envoyer un mail sur le fitaqi.tunisie@gmail.com en précisant le votre atelier).

La célébration de la journée mondiale du Tai chi et Qigong sous le thème de «One World, One Breath» en la présence de M. Bill et Mme. Angela DOUGLAS qui sont les deux fondateurs de la Journée Mondiale du Tai Chi et du Qi Gong. Cet événement se clôturera, le 29 avril l’édition 2017 au Carpe Diem à partir de 13h00 avec un grand direct mondial sur les réseaux sociaux et la participation de plus de 500 personnes sur place.

Pour suivre le déroulement du FITAQI 2017, merci de vous abonner à la page facebook.

Contact   reserve your place for next training for instructors , limited space

(+216) 208 52876 / arielbeti@yahoo.fr

/ fitaqi.tunisie@gmail.com

Beautiful words from one of the new instructors who attended this intensive course :

Il arrive souvent que l’on n’exprime pas à certaines personnes l’affection qu’on leur porte. Par pudeur ou par peur que nos mots passent à côté de l’essentiel ou de ne pas exprimer notre amour comme il doit être exprimé.
Tellement comblée d’émotion que je trouve pas les mots parfaits pour parler de cette aventure qui vient de finir mais certe je porterai ses souvenirs dans mon coeur à jamais pour aller de l’avant
Pour moi c’était un voyage avec des personnes de différentes origines de différents âges mais les grandes âmes se rencontrent au moment parfait l’histoire commence dans le couloir de la vie : la bonté , la douceur et l’amour qui jaillit autour d’elle Zeljka les blagues qui font écouler nos larmes de rire toujours au bon moment et le sens de partage de Abderrahim l’expression et la spontanéité de Faten. notre ange gardien qui est toujours a notre côté Pavel the Boss of Ghosts ,le philosophe et le grand maître Legrand Ayash ,la sensibilité et l’élégance de Dominique alors quoi dire de ma chère soeur et mon amie l’incroyable Nouha Yeferni sa présence m’a fait le plus grand plaisir,la souplesse la délicatesse et la gentillesse d’irena. Et je n’oublie pas le lion 😂.
Ça commence toujours de 6h 00 les yeux endormies les corps plein de fatigue et des courbatures mais les visages souriants et les yeux pétillent .
Here we go no good students without great masters : the shining heart Boudha Master of Nikola Maricic thank you for sharing your knowledge your visible love to Tai chi and Qi gong your humilty your big big sense of humour that always made our days, notre maître Roger Itier merci pour ton partage ta disponibilité ton humeur ta confiance ton élégance et ton esprit fort et rayonnant tu nous inspire autant . The high sens of sensibility , generosity and spirituality of Bill Douglas arrivant maintenant à mon grand frère que j’adore à fond notre maître Ariel Ondoua tout les mots du monde ne peuvent pas exprimer ma grattitude et mon amour merci d’être ce que tu es de croire en toi et de décider de réaliser tes rêves tu es entrain de changer le monde et toucher les coeurs. Mariem l’authenticité les mots qui vont droit au coeur et la pureté. je partage aussi la profondeur et l’empathie de Flora la beauté de Zohra la joie de vivre de Wassim et tous les autres chacun d’entre vous a fait de cet événement un mélange parfait juste par être soi même Nadia Andrea Eyo Sayeh Rim Dominique GilFarah Luc, yassine . …
Merci de rendrel’expérience aussi unique et profonde it will not be the end it’s just a begenning of great path of health , wealth and connection
With love
MARIEM
FITAQI 2017

TIME FOR GRATTITUDE :
i am gratefull for all those wonderfull people i been touched with their perserverance, dedication and love for what is most important in LIFE and you can see them all in this video https://www.facebook.com/Fitaqi.2017/videos/1144827395645908/

i use Qigong and Taijiquan Taichi beside health benefits that are enormous ( please check www.worldtaichiday.org for medical research there, i do it also for corporate training for increasing productivity as well as stress management, and also to have better results in many sports as golf, basketball, soccer, football, taekwondo, gymnastics, ballet, dancing, … my teachers were many in taekwondo coach Caric , and through inspiration even i never meet them i followed their program intensively as Jhoon Rhee, Hee Ill Cho, in business and mental deveopment Dariusz Nowicki author of gold Medal Mental Workut that i meet him in real life too, Y.K. Kim, Jay Abraham, Joe Vitale ( i read almost all books he wrote and finished course for Hooponopono practitioner) , Tony Robbins ( i followed almost all his books and programs , Chet Holmes, Win Wenger, Network 21 Jim Dornan and many guest he invited to speak at his events, also i was teaching speed reading from 2002 to 2008 to research more about benefits of all thise arts and in taijiquan and qigong i learned from Michelle Meixner Knoll, Cui Zhong San, Yang Jwing Ming, Mantak Chia, Chen Xiaowan, Zhu Tian Cai, Chen Zheng Lei and many best coaches from Chinese Wushu Association and Chinese health Qigong Association and to mention Teacher Bill Douglas organiser of www.worldtaichiday.org that inspired most of us to share this message even more and recently organsier of same event in Tunis Teacher Ariel Betti that invited Bill Douglas to Tunisia to teach and share where i was teacher too for many new and experinced instructors to get diploma in this health arts. Sure would love to work with Jackie Chan and Jet Li, Donnie Yen, TED talk… I allready worked with Woody Harrelson even was just a stand in actor job for him in new movie Now You see me 2 that was partly filmed in Macau, China and yes it was amazing experince to work in a Hollywood movie

First Taichi and Qigong Mannequin Challenge FITAQI – 2017 – TUNISIA World Tai chi and Qigong day https://www.facebook.com/Fitaqi.2017/videos/1147297075398940  “Mannequin Challenge” #MannequinChallenge “Black Beetles”

P.P.S. Macau, China will host its Macau Open Taekwondo Championships on 27 and 28 may – contact https://www.facebook.com/MacauTaekwondo to apply and come with your team – in both kyorugi sparring and poomsae forms, where i will also participate in poomsae discipline ( here my perfromance from last edition in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RABi6wjsj2s )

Macau Team in 2007 2nd World Poomsae Taekwondo Championships Incheon Korea https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzIsKjogJXA

World Taichi & Qigong Day Macau and Tunis

First Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructors’ course hosted in Tunisia WELCOME IN 2017 APPLY HERE and become certified Instructor of most popular exercise in the world and is not just for instructors is for everyone who wants better health and more energy come and join us

Coach Nikola teaches Health Qigong all 9 styles, Taichi Taijiquan Yang, Chen and contemporary styles, Meditation and Taekwondo. Now teaching in Macau, China #taijiquan #healthqigong #qigong #taichi#taekwondo #poomsae #chikung #meditation
NEW : JOIN Instructor Certification course from 20 to 30 april 2017 in Tunis , Tunisia and is not just for instructors is for everyone who wants better health and

more energy come and join us
First Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructors’ course hosted in Tunisia WELCOME IN 2017 APPLY HERE and become certified Instructor of most popular exercise in the world

Here comes FITAQI 2017,  course, seminar, module, workshop, training,… apply here https://www.facebook.com/events/264428864006374/ and below in email and contact information  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buJAZBHlWLA here Taijiquan Taichi

coach Nikola Maricic have done Wolrd taichi and qigong day in Rab, Rijeka and Zagreb in Croatia, in  Macau, China and Hong Kong and in 2017 Tunis, Tunisia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8rVdPMNlZk First Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructors’ course hosted in Tunisia in 2016

welcome to Second one 2017 now

On April 29, 2017 from 14:00 we will celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day with a gathering of 500 people. Organised by

Ariel Ondoua Betti Adolphe   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01tZVYDGo4U& 

This year we will have a very special presence, the participation of the international founders of the event Me Bill Douglas and Angela Wong Douglas for the very first time on the continent

The first martial arts instructors training course in Tai Chi and Qi Gong is being hosted in Tunisia. The sport is little known in the country, but organizers are hoping that it will soon grow in popularity. CCTV’s Youssef Gaigi reports from the capital Tunis.

International Certification course for new Taichi, Qigong and Meditations instructors, april in Tunis , welcome     Fitaqi 2017 :formation Internationale De Tai Chi Et Qigong https://www.facebook.com/events/264428864006374 organised by coach and master Ariel Ondoua Betti Adolphe

Tunisia hosts first Tai Chi and Qi Gong instructors’ course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHxQh211_sg&t=84s

In honor of this first Pan-African Tai Chi and Qigong Teacher Training Conference, organized by the Tunisian Wushu Kung Fu Federation and the Beijing Sport University, World Tai Chi & Qigong Day Founder, Bill Douglas offers this congratulations address to Africa’s Tai Chi and Qigong family of teachers of the Internal Arts.

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day organizes mass public health educational events each year on the last Saturday of April in 100s of cities in over 80 nations, spanning 6 continents.

Our work as a global Tai Chi and Qigong family, which we now welcome this generation of Africa’s Tai Chi and Qigong educators into, has touched millions worldwide via mass media coverage of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events, including coverage by; CNN, FOX News, BBC Television, BBC World Radio, Agence France Presse Television, Associated Press Television, China’s global news network CCTV, Xinhua China News Agency, the New York Times, and media worldwide , HRT, RTL,.. Macau Ponto Final and JTM Jornal Tribuna De Macau

Together, as a global Tai Chi and Qigong family we have gained the support and official recognition of government agencies and departments worldwide, including: Chinese, Italian, and Indian embassies; the senates of Puerto Rico, California, New York, the National Congress of Brazil, 22 US governors, and ministries and departments in Asia, Europe, South America, Australia, Canada, etc.

Our motto is “One World … One Breath,” and our Official Website is: http://www.WorldTaiChiDay.org and all people worldwide are invited to participate and organize local events.

World Tai Chi and Qigong day Tunisia 2016/Journée mondiale du Tai chi et Qigong en Tunisie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHboZYKjzag Journée mondiale du Tai chi et Qigong en Tunisie

Luc Bendza: A Gabonese star shines in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnlUBIqxxIU

master coach Nikola Maricic from Macau, China born and worked in Croatia in

CCTV “Behind the Mystery” Series: Taijiquan 太极拳秘境 Laoshi Wushu Nikolas with Taijiquan Taichi Grandmasters  https://vimeo.com/105315818

in CCTV Behind The Mystery series of Taijiquan – here is part of that video . Nikolas is in the beginning of video in red pants and white t-shirt — with Chen Xiaowang.
CCTV “Behind the Mystery” Series: Taijiquan 太极拳秘境 tv.cntv.cn/video/C10397/7df4b9dc865f4c7fe00903b63dc45515 from 2.52 to 2.59 here you can see in red pants and white t-shirt master Nikolas under guidance of world Wushu Champion Qiu Hui Fang and 5th generation Yang style Master Cui Zhing San member of comitee of Beijing Wushu Association

Here comes FITAQI 2017,  apply here https://www.facebook.com/events/264428864006374/ and below in email and contact information

The second edition of the International Diplomatic Training of Tai Chi, Qigong and Meditation open to all under the guidance of high-ranking master coaches in the world. This training is certified by the highest international bodies of the different continents.

This training will be delivered in the form of theoretical and practical courses for 8 days with the highest levels in the field; Assesed by a theoretical and practical examination under the guidance of high-ranking experts, as well as a federal and international diploma in one of the disciplines.

Exceptional training provided by the experts:

– from China, Professor Luc Bendza 7 th duan (Teacher at the Beijing Sports University and Vice-Chairman of the Traditional Commission at IWUF)

– de France Me Roger Itier French federal expert (7th duan).

-de Macau Me Nikolas Maricic 4th duan (multiple Tai Chi and Qigong world champion) Meditation teacher

– USA, Me Bill Douglas, world leader of Tai Chi and Qigong, founder of World Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Day and best-selling author

– USA, Me Angela Wong Douglas, World Leader of Tai Chi and Qigong, co-founder of World Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong Day and best-selling author

ORGANIZATION OF TRAINING:

-4 days of training for the Qigong degree with 36 hours of training

-4 days of training for the tai chi chuan diploma. With 36 hours of training

– Practical and theoretical lessons organized around the major themes of Chinese energy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, stress management, wellness, and teaching pedagogy.

-01 day of examination under the supervision of the authorities of the Beijing Sports University

-Registration of official diploma during World Tai Chi and Qigong Day by high-level experts and world leaders

With 09 hours of instruction per day, the technical and pedagogical assessments will demonstrate by demonstration, bodily skills and talents of the candidate’s pedagogue.

Contact :

(+216) 208 52876 / arielbeti@yahoo.fr

71280111 / fed.wushu@yahoo.fr

NB: The courses will be in French and English

TRAINING TARIFF:

-A TRAINING (Tai chi chuan or Qigong): 1000 dinars

-TWO FORMATIONS (Tai chi chuan and Qigong): 1500 dinars

-FORMATION MEDITATION: 500 dinars

Certified by:

– Beijing Sports University

– The French University of Wushu

– FFKDA

– The Chinese Association of Martial Arts

– The Tunisian Federation of Wushu Kung fu

– Tunisian Sports and Labor Federation

C’est officiel la Tunisie, sera le centre du Tai chi, Qigong et Méditation dans le monde du 20 – 30 Avril avec la présence des plus hauts experts du domaine …

Avril, un mois dont vous vous souviendrez…

It’s official Tunisia, will be the center of the tai chi, Qigong and meditation in the world of 20-April 30, with the presence of the most senior experts of the field…

April, a month that you will remember…

Voici venu FITAQI 2017,

La deuxième édition de la Formation internationale Diplômante de Tai chi, Qigong et Méditation ouverte à tous sous la direction de hauts gradés dans le monde. Cette formation est certifiée par les plus hautes instances internationales des différents continents.

Cette formation sera dispensée sous forme de cours théoriques et pratiques pendant 8 jours avec les plus hauts niveaux dans le domaine ; Sanctionnée par un examen théorique et pratique sous la direction d’experts de hauts rangs, ainsi qu’un diplôme fédéral et international dans l’une ou l’autre des disciplines.

Une formation exceptionnelle assurée par les experts :

– de Chine, le Professeur Luc Bendza 7 ème duan (Enseignant à l’université de sport de Pékin et vice-président de la commission traditionnelle à IWUF)

– de France Me Roger Itier expert fédéral français (7ème duan).

-de Macau Me Nikolas Maricic 4ème duan (multiple champion du monde de Tai chi et de Qigong) enseignant de Méditation

-des USA, Me Bill Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et Qigong, fondateur de la Journée mondiale de Tai chi chuan et Qigong et best-selling author

-des USA, Me Angela Wong Douglas, Leader mondial du Tai chi et du Qigong, co-fondatrice de La journée mondiale du Tai chi Chuan et du Qigong et best-selling author

ORGANISATION DE LA FORMATION :

-4 jours de formation pour le diplôme Qigong avec 36 heures de formation

-4 jours de formation pour le diplôme tai chi chuan. Avec 36 heures de formation

-Cours pratiques et théoriques s’organisant autour des grands thèmes de l’énergétique chinoise, de la Médecine traditionnelle chinoise, de la gestion du stress, du bien –être, et de la pédagogie de l’enseignement.

-01 jour d’examen sous la surveillance des autorités de l’Université de sport de Pékin

-Remise de diplôme officielle pendant la journée mondiale du Tai chi et Qigong par des experts de haut niveau et responsables mondiaux

Avec 09 heures de cours par jour, Les évaluations techniques et pédagogiques mettront en évidence par la démonstration, les compétences corporelles et les talents de pédagogue du candidat.

Contact :

(+216) 208 52876 / arielbeti@yahoo.fr

71280111/ fed.wushu@yahoo.fr

NB : Les cours seront en français et en anglais

TARIF DE LA FORMATION :

-UNE FORMATION ( Tai chi chuan ou Qigong) : 1000 dinars

-LES DEUX FORMATIONS ( Tai chi chuan et Qigong) : 1500 dinars

-FORMATION MEDITATION : 500 dinars

Diplômes certifiés par :

– L’Université des sports de Pékin

– L’université française de Wushu

– FFKDA

– L’Association Chinoise des arts martiaux

– La Fédération Tunisienne de Wushu Kung fu

– Fédération Tunisienne du sport et Travail

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y__IsqkuwDI Master Coach Nikola Maricic master Cui Zhong San in this video by Empty Mind Films

Yang Fukui (1799-1872) styled himself Luchan, a native of Yongnian, Hebei, is the founder of Yang Style Taijiquan. When he was ten, he went to Chen Jia Gou (Chen Family Village), Henan, to be a servant in Chen Dehu’s home. At that time, Chen Changxing, an important descendant of Chen Style Taijiquan, was teaching Chen family members at Chen Dehu’s home every evening. For reasons lost in history, he accepted Yang Luchan as a student. This decision broke with the tradition of never teaching non-family members. In 1850, Yang Luchan returned to Yongnian. A few years later, he moved to Beijing. He became very well known for his taijiquan and was often referred to as “Yang, The Unbeatable.” Members of the Imperial Family invited him to teach them taiji. Honoring the traditions, he did not teach Chen Style Taijiquan. He created his own style, based on the Chen Style. The sets of taiji he created have been continuously developed by his sons, grandsons, and disciples into today’s well-known Yang Style Taijiquan.

Yang Banhou (1837-1892), styled himself Yang Yu, was one of Yang Luchan’s sons. He was born in Yongnian, Hebei. Although he is not a direct person in Master Cui’s lineage, he is very important in taiji history. He began learning taijiquan from his father at an early age and became very skilled. Then he learned Wu Style Taijiquan from Wu Yuxiang. He read “Taijiquan Manual,” written by Wang Zongyue. When he was nineteen, he moved to Beijing and chose a place in Xianger Lane where he taught taiji. Later Yang Luchan joined him in Beijing.

Yang Jianhou (1839-1917), also known as Yang Jian, was born in Yongnian, Hebei, and was a son of Yang Luchan’s. Like his older brother, he studied taijiquan with his father from an early age and was very skillful. He went to Beijing with his father to teach. During that period, he followed his father’s teachings closely. He had many students. In order to meet the needs of practitioners, he developed middle frame Yang Style Taijiquan. This helped promote the popularity of Yang Style in Beijing and throughout China.

Yang Chengfu (1883-1936), also known as Yang Zhaoqing, was a native of Yongnian, Hebei. He was Yang Jianhou’s son, Yang Luchan’s grandson. Building on the taijiquan sets that he learned from his family, he developed large frame Yang Style Taijiquan. During his early days of teaching, his classes were at the Beijing Sporting Research Society. In 1928, he made a circuit of Nanjing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Hankou, and other places. Several of his disciples, including Cui Yishi and Wu Huichuan, joined him for this trip. Yang Chengfu had many disciples, some very famous, including Cui Yishi, Li Yaxuan, Wu Huichuan, Fu Zhongwen, Dong Yingjie, Niu Chunming, and his sons, Yang Zhenming, Yang Zhenji, Yang Zhenguo, and Yang Zhenduo. He wrote two books, “Taijiquan Usage” and “Taijiquan Physical Movement Manual.”

Cui Yishi (1892-1970), named Cui Lizhi, he styled himself Yishi. Born in Renxian, Hebei, he began training with Yang Chengfu in 1909 and remained with him, becoming a disciple and 4th generation lineage holder of Yang Style Taijiquan. In 1928, he joined Yang Chengfu on his trip through China, assisting as a teacher. From Yang Chengfu’s death in 1936 through 1945, he traveled alone, teaching taijiquan in many places including Nanjing, Wuhan, Xian, Lanzhou, Bangbu, Wanxian, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and other places. His training brother, Fu Zhongwen also developed a reputation as a teacher. The two were often referred to as “Cui of the North, Fu of the South.” After liberation, Cui Yishi was the Commissioner of The Beijing Wushu Association. He was also head of the Yongnian Taijiquan Society, which he established in Beijing just after liberation. He taught taijiquan in Zhongshan Park, where he had many students. Cui Yishi practiced and researched Yang Style Taijiquan throughout his life. He was well known for his skill, especially pushing hands. Because he taught taijiquan with his own characteristics, it was often known as Cui Taijiquan. In 1964, he created new sets of taijiquan. He wrote “Simplified 42 Movements of Yang Style Taijiquan” and “Yang Style Taiji Stick,” further developing Yang Style Taijiquan. By the time of his death in 1970, he had become well known as an important representative of Yang Style Taijiquan.

Master Cui Zhongsan
Fifth Generation Yang Style Master

Born in Beijing in 1948, Master Cui began training taijiquan at the age of four under the discerning eye of his grandfather, Master Cui Yishi, a close, indoor disciple of Master Yang Chengfu. Since many members of the Cui family practiced taijiquan, young Cui Zhongsan received much encouragement and support in learning taijiquan.

With Grandfather Cui Yishi as his coach, Cui Zhongsan began entering taiji competitions very early and won his first championship at the age of nine. At the age of twelve, because of his skills, he was selected to study at the Beijing Amateur Wushu School. In 1960 and 1961 he was the taijiquan champion of the Beijing Wushu matches. From the early 60’s into the mid-80’s, Master Cui won many competitions.

By the mid-80’s Master Cui’s reputation as a teacher and coach was growing rapidly. Because of his skills, he received many official assignments, such as coaching the China-Japan taijiquan performance for the Opening Ceremonies of the 11th Asian Games, during which 3,000 taiji players performed the 24-Step Form simultaneously. For the 7th and 8th National Games, he was a member of the Rules and Regulations Committee for Taijiquan and Pushing Hands, as well as serving as a referee. He was also Yang Style Coach for the 1995, 1996, and 1997 World Taijiquan Conferences in Beijing.

Throughout his career, Master Cui has worked tirelessly to promote taijiquan. He is 8th Duan in the China Wushu Association ranking system, placing him among the top 20-25 masters nationally. He holds the title of First Class Referee awarded by the National Wushu Sports Committee and travels frequently to Chinese and international tournaments and conferences to serve as both judge and master instructor.

Master Cui is Secretary General of the Taiji World Youth Association. He is a member of The Beijing Wushu Association as well as many other organizations and committees. He is the head of the Beijing Yong Nian Taijiquan Society, which was founded by his grandfather.

Master Cui’s knowledge includes not only the traditional Yang Style training passed down to him by his grandfather, but modern wushu training techniques as well. For his teaching skills, he has been awarded the honor of “Model Teacher” many times. He has published numerous articles, books, vcd’s, and video tapes about Yang Style Taijiquan. He makes regular appearances on Beijing TV as taiji instructor and event commentator.

In addition to his many Chinese students and disciples, Master Cui has numerous students worldwide who travel to Beijing regularly to train with him. He has been to Japan numerous times as the guest of The Tokyo Taijiquan Society. During recent visits to Japan, his focus has been on training instructors.

10 Fundamental Principles of Taijiquan

1. The head is kept upright in a relaxed way.

2. Chest is loose, never pushed forward.

3. The waist is loose and relaxed.

4. Distinguish between “solid” and “empty”.

5. Shoulders and elbows are down.

6. Use the mind/will to move, not physical strength.

7. Upper and lower body are coordinated.

8. Internal and external are unified. Mind and body function together.

9. Movement is continuous and coordinated with the breath.

10. Seek stillness in the movement.

Taijiquan Benefits Your Health . . .

  • Quicker reflexes
  • Improved flexibility
  • Better physical, mental, and emotional balance
  • Stress reduction
  • Increased leg strength
  • Greater alertness
  • Improved concentration

Currently, researchers are investigating the effects of taijiquan on numerous medical conditions such as high blood pressure, arthritis, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Although results from such studies may not be available for some time, people who have regular taiji practice consistently report overall health improvement, increased energy, and an improved sense of well being.

When you decide to participate in competitions and/or public performances, you enter a unique area of training. You create opportunities to:

  • Promote taijiquan, your style, lineage, school, and teacher
  • Challenge yourself to improve your taijiquan and to grow as an individual
  • Connect with and celebrate a great tradition: Although relatively new to America, taijiquan is tremendously popular worldwide. During any given 24-hour period of time, someone, somewhere is always playing taijiquan. Furthermore, taijiquan has a history that dates back many generations. When you practice taijiquan, you become a thread in an enormous, invisible piece of fabric that encompasses the world and stretches into both the past and future. When we compete or perform publicly, we connect with the rest of the world and with the masters who came before us and who will follow us. We make this fabric visible to the world.When we “show off” our skills publicly, we are studying a lesson in humility, a lesson about being a part of something much bigger than ourselves.

Taijiquan, Martial Art, Benefits You . . .

One goal of Chinese martial arts is to achieve such a high level of knowledge and skill that you can avoid physical conflict. An old Chinese martial arts adage:

“It is better to avoid than check, better to check than hurt, better to hurt than maim, better to maim than kill;for, all life is precious and none can be replaced.”
(Source unknown)

Although years of devoted practice are required to achieve high level martial skill using taijiquan, many benefits may be gained through the process.

  • Increased self-knowledge and self confidence
  • Corrected postures, through understanding the martial applications, optimize health benefits
  • Learning strategies and practicing partner patterns and exercises can inform richly your approach to daily life
  • Basic taiji principals are reinforced and more deeply understood, carrying into your daily life
  • Deeper understanding of taiji philosophy broadens knowledge and perspective

Tunis in 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyzkNlhiSFk&t=228s

Harvard Medical School Recommends Tai Chi

“Time spent practicing Tai Chi makes your time at work more focused and creative, helps you manage stress, makes your interactions with coworkers more efficient, and gives you the energy to work longer, more productive hours…Employers all across the nation are recognizing just how important a heathy workplace and a healthy workforce are improving productivity as well as to controlling health-care costs… wellness programs have achieved a rate of return on investment that ranges from $3 to $15 for each dollar invested, with savings realized within 12 to 18 months.”The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi.

Coach Nikola teaches Health Qigong all 9 styles, Taichi Taijiquan Yang, Chen and contemporary styles, Meditation and Taekwondo

 

Jackie Chan Oscar

DREAM come TRUE, really Happy to see so well deserved Jackie, congrats, gong hei gong hei
Jackie Chan wins Oscar that is expected , and make me feel so happy and proud
Jackie Chan Finally Wins Honorary Oscar After 56 Years And 200 Films

When Jackie Chan saw an Oscar at Sylvester Stallone’s house 23 years ago, he said that was
the moment he decided he wanted one.

On Saturday at the annual Governors Awards, the Chinese actor and martial arts star finally received
his little gold statuette, an honorary Oscar for his decades of work in film.

“After 56 years in the film industry, making more than 200 films, after so many bones, finally,” Chan, 62,
quipped at the star-studded gala dinner while holding his Oscar.

The actor was introduced by his “Rush Hour” co-star Chris Tucker, actress Michelle Yeoh and Tom Hanks,
who referred to him as “Jackie ‘Chantastic’ Chan.”

Hanks said it was especially gratifying to be able to acknowledge Chan’s work because martial arts and
action comedy films were two genres often overlooked during awards season.

Prior to receiving the award, Chan wrote in a Facebook post that he felt “absolutely honored to be the first
Chinese in history” to receive the distinction.

The evening was attended by Hollywood’s elite, including Denzel Washington, Lupita Nyong’o, Nicole Kidman,
Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Amy Adams and Dev Patel.

from Facebook page of Jackie Chan :
It’s been 56 years since I filmed my first movie when I was six, and I’ve worked on over 200 films to date. I’d like to say a heartfelt thank you to the Oscars for giving me this award of encouragement and recognizing my achievements while I’m still “young”. I’m absolutely honored to be the first Chinese in history to receive this award.
The JC Stunt Team has always had a motto: We don’t ask why, we just do or die. This was one of our fundamental principles, and also a kind of passionate attitude that we, as action movie stars, kept at heart. To be honest, making an action movie isn’t easy. It’s normal for us to get hurt and bleed. Many of us have sustained a body full of injuries and I’m no exception to the case. That’s why I’d like to share this honor with my brothers of the JC Stunt Team who have been with me through good times and bad times over the many years, and I’d like to share this award with every action movie star from all over the world!
I’d like to say thank you to my family; thank you to every outstanding, talented and professional person I’ve worked with on the movie set; and thank you to all the business partners who have continuously supported me. I’ve actually set myself a “little goal” and hope that this honorary golden statue won’t be my last one. I don’t think the Oscars have a rule where you can’t win another golden statue after receiving an honorary award, right?
I’d also like to take this opportunity to say a big heartfelt thank you to all my fans who have endlessly given me so much support. You’re the reason why I’m motivated to keep moving forward. Thank you!
從6歲開始拍電影,到今年已經56年,作品超過200部,很感謝奧斯卡在我還打得動的時候,給了我這樣一個鼓勵,也非常榮幸成為第一次獲得這個榮譽的華人。
很多年前成家班就經常說一句話,We don’t ask why, we just do or die.這是我們的信條,也是所有動作電影人的態度。拍動作電影很辛苦,受傷流血是常事,很多人都落了一身傷病,我自己也不例外。所以,奧斯卡這份榮譽,我要把它要与几十年來与我共同出生入死的成家班兄弟,与全世界的動作電影人一起分享!
感謝我的家人,感謝多年來所有优秀又敬業的戲中搭檔,還有所有支持我的合作伙伴。而且,我還有個“小目標”,那就是希望這座小金人不是我的最后一座,奧斯卡應該沒規定拿完終身成就獎就不能再拿別的獎了吧!
最后,感謝全世界一直支持我的影迷們,你們是我繼續前進的動力!

Law of Attraction


Macau, China 
Teaching Coaching Master Nikola Maricic Taijiquan (Taichi), Wushu, Health Qigong Taekwondo Karate with experience teaching since 1985. for health and sport, body structure and whole body breathing using qigong to make us open for energies flow, and let the best in us open up and achieve success in sport, studies, business and health 12 meridian healing qigong health qigong , taiji qigong coach Nikola is international Taichi Champion in China , and also Macau and Hong Kong Taichi Champion. when attending class with coach is important to enjoy and let him lead you through your own experience to learn faster and more deeper. doing ancient healing methods of China while teaching as well can clean using ancient Hawaiian Hooponopono first time in Macau, China yet accept clients all over the world via e-mail: kamenjak@hotmail.com subject line: cleaning

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“If we can accept that we are the sum total of all past thoughts, emotions, words, deeds and actions and that our present lives and choices are colored or shaded by this memory bank of the past, then we begin to see how a process of correcting or setting aright can change our lives, our families and our society.”    Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona

Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention.

The word Qigong (Chi Kung) is made up of two Chinese words. Qi is pronounced chee and is usually translated to mean the life force or vital-energy that flows through all things in the universe.

The second word, Gong, pronounced gung, means accomplishment, or skill that is cultivated through steady practice. Together, Qigong (Chi Kung) means cultivating energy, it is a system practiced for health maintenance, healing and increasing vitality.

Qigong is an integration of physical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intentions.

Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical, or spiritual. All styles have three things in common: they all involve a posture, (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus. Some practices increase the Qi; others circulate it, use it to cleanse and heal the body, store it, or emit Qi to help heal others. Practices vary from the soft internal styles such as Tai Chi; to the external, vigorous styles such as Kung Fu. However, the slow gentle movements of most Qigong forms can be easily adapted, even for the physically challenged and can be practiced by all age groups.

Like any other system of health care, Qigong is not a panacea, but it is certainly a highly effective health care practice. Many health care professionals recommend Qigong as an important form of alternative complementary medicine.

Qigong creates an awareness of and influences dimensions of our being that are not part of traditional exercise programs. Most other forms of exercise do not involve the meridian system used in acupuncture nor do they emphasize the importance of adding mindful intent and breathing techniques to physical movements. When these dimensions are added, the benefits of exercise increase exponentially.

The gentle, rhythmic movements of Qigong reduce stress, build stamina, increase vitality, and enhance the immune system. It has also been found to improve cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic and digestive functions.

Those who maintain a consistent practice of Qigong find that it helps one regain a youthful vitality, maintain health even into old age and helps speed recovery from illness. Western scientific research confirms that Qigong reduces hypertension and the incidence of falling in the aged population. One of the more important long-term effects is that Qigong reestablishes the body/mind/soul connection.

People do Qigong to maintain health, heal their bodies, calm their minds, and reconnect with their spirit.

When these three aspects of our being are integrated, it encourages a positive outlook on life and helps eliminate harmful attitudes and behaviors. It also creates a balanced life style, which brings greater harmony, stability, and enjoyment

There are a wide variety of Qigong practices. They vary from the simple, internal forms to the more complex and challenging external styles. They can interest and benefit everyone, from the most physically challenged to the super athlete. There are Qigong classes for children, senior citizens, and every age group in between. Since Qigong can be practiced anywhere or at any time, there is no need to buy special clothing or to join a health club.

Qigong’s great appeal is that everyone can benefit, regardless of ability, age, belief system or life circumstances.

Anyone can enrich their lives by adding Qigong to their daily routine. Children learning to channel their energy and develop increased concentration; office workers learning Qigong to reduce stress; seniors participating in gentle movements to enhance balance and their quality of life; caregivers embracing a practice to develop their ability to help others; prisons instituting Qigong programs to restore balance in inmates lives; midwives using Qigong techniques to ease child birth.

Dr. Joe Vitale is the author of the international #1 best-seller, The Attractor Factor, among numerous other works. Dr. Vitale is also one of the stars of the hit movie The Secret.

ZERO LIMITS III (THE FINAL CHAPTER)

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Now, for the first time ever, you can experience an entire Zero Limits weekend seminar in the comfort of your own home on six high-definition DVDs!

Introducing…

Zero Limits III (The Final Chapter)

When you watch Zero Limits III (The Final Chapter), you’ll witness a landmark event in my career. It was the first time in many years that the legendary Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len (co-author of Zero Limits) and I shared the stage together. And unfortunately it was also the last time. That’s right – Dr. Hew Len and I will never appear together again – so this was a one of a kind weekend I’ll never forget – and neither will you.

Knowing we would never do this again, we presented ideas, concepts and stories we’ve never shared before and unfortunately will never share again. We pulled out all the stops and even brought in some AMAZING guest speakers that blew the audience away.

Here’s a small sample of what you’ll learn with Zero Limits III (The Final Chapter):

  • The story of the world’s MOST unusual therapist…Dr. Hew Len
  • What a problem is and where you will find it
  • Why you exist – the truth
  • What mindfulness means and looks like
  • What it means to be “clear”
  • The meaning and importance of being naked
  • Why, contrary to belief, it’s wonderful to be clueless
  • The number one reason you need to get to “zero”
  • The idea of perfect information
  • What freewill is and isn’t – this will SHOCK you into reality
  • Why you really have no freewill to begin with
  • Why you are not yourself when you have problems
  • How you are really PERFECT
  • Why you are separate from data
  • The importance of non-stop cleaning and how to do it
  • How to get unstuck from all the negative data consuming you
  • The true meaning of a mortgage (It’s not what you think)
  • What to do when inspiration hits you
  • How layered data can confuse you
  • Knowing what data to listen to and what data NOT to listen to
  • Why there is no such thing as an ego
  • How to breathe away data
  • Why you need to allow things to come to you without pushing
  • How to stay clear while cleaning
  • Why you have to take 100% responsibility for your life
  • The importance of listening to data – NOT yourself!
  • Why you’re only here to set yourself free
  • The eraser theory – this is incredible!
  • Why you need to break free from the past to join the Divine
  • The importance of Miracles Coaching® and why you NEED one
  • How to clean using nothing but a down pillow

And much more! http://www.zerolimits3.com/

Most of the time, our desires are not all that grand. We just want a little more to give us more peace and less stress in our lives. The trouble is, we’re operating from a belief system that can only see what it knows.

The new house in our minds is probably only a little bigger than what we have now. The new car may only be a slightly better model than what we have now.

But what does the Divine want for us? Are we inherently limited in what we can manifest from our conscious minds… simply because our conscious minds can’t see much more than the immediate world around us?

Fortunately, yes.

Yes, fortunately so. No matter how much you consciously attempt to manifest a better life, you’re limited by your own beliefs, emotions, and world view.

Fortunately, the Divine has ZERO limits. The Divine is brimming with love, abundance, happiness, and joy… and it is simply waiting for you to open to its possibility. All you have to do is get out of the way of the Divine gifts for you. These gifts are your birthright… your birthright as a Child of the Divine.

Coach Nikola Maricic spent 28 years teaching in Rijeka, Rab and Zagreb in Croatia and last 3 years in Macau, China

Certificate Ho’oponopono Practitioner  Nikola Maricic

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恍如十年的会晤

2016-10-12 北京张燕 太极中心 TAIJICENTER

2007年在焦作国际太极拳年会上第一次遇到Nikolas的时候,他拿了杨氏太极拳冠军,并作为表演嘉宾在年会闭幕式上演出。作为美国队的领队,我在冠军的领奖台前第一次有了近距离接触并成了朋友。十年来,他来往于欧亚之间,并最终在澳门安了家,不仅有了中文名字马司洋,而且在教授气功、太极拳和跆拳道中找到了乐趣。我亦往来于欧亚大陆之间,在长途航班上度过了无数个日夜,只是我的生活并无太多变化,不断地在重复着自己。

今天,在2016.10.10的温暖的秋日里,我们一起相会在北京大望路的飞鸿太极拳馆。在地铁大望路的B出口处,那是我们相约见面的地点,我若无其事地从他眼前有过,而他看着我,怔了一下。我知道他看见了我,当我停下来,扭过头,并向他微笑的时候,他确定了自己的判断。并给了我一个热情的拥抱,说,Coco, You are so tricky,haha. 是的,我想看看,经过了这么多岁月,老朋友是否还能一眼认得出来。

他提起了我们在海外发行的英语、俄语和德语版的《太极图说》和王西安老师的英文版《陈氏太极推手》,问,在海外卖那么好,图说又是那么厚,究竟怎么翻译出来的。说完做了个夸张的神情。我对他说,我们与数十位语言和文化专家一道,十年磨一剑。

从陈家沟来北京开武馆的年轻帅气的陈飞鸿老师,见面总是很亲切,给人的感觉是坐如钟,站如松,声如洪,笑声爽朗,为人大气,乐于助人。

飞鸿老师还跟Nikolas来一个推手动作,一个掤劲(Peng Jin: Wardoff),一个挤劲(Ji Jin: Press)。您看效果怎么样?

飞鸿邀请我们去吃那里最好吃的牛肉面,可惜N因为要赶航班所以他未能成行。留点遗憾也好,下次再来。

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