Latest News and Events

YMAA Retreat Center in the Redwood Times

Virginia Graziani recently wrote an article that was published in the January 27, 2010 issue of the Redwood Times.

After visiting the center and interviewing Dr. Yang and the disciples, Graziani wrote a very complete and insightful article about the history and realization of the YMAA Retreat Center.

Read the article here!

YMAA Retreat Video - Year 2 Semester 1

The disciples have made significant progress in their training, 1.5 years into their 10-year training program. New on-board this year are Zach Cohen and Javier Rodriguez. 加油!

The practice for this semester included continued practice for tumbling and gymnastics, White Crane Jin training, rope climbing, 4-corners reaction training, jumping, Pushing Hands, and of course, body conditioning.

Click Read More for a larger view.

Visit to YMAA Chile

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming recently returned from a two week long trip to South America.

Accompanied by Retreat Center disciples Chang and Patrick Manriquez, Dr. Yang offered seminars in Taijiquan, Taiji Qigong, and Taiji Pushing Hands.

The three days of seminars were hosted by Daniel Chadud, who is now the new school director of YMAA Chile. Students from YMAA Argentina were also present.

We hope that this event and similar events in the future will help the two South American YMAA schools continue to grow strong together.

Dr. Yang's 2010 Winter Seminar Details Posted

Dr. Yang will be returning to Boston once again this coming February 2010 to teach in-depth weekend seminars on selected internal topics.

The seminars will be hosted once again by YMAA Boston, which is currently being managed by Dr. Yang's younger son, Nicholas C. Yang. Topics will be Taijiquan, Taiji Chin Na & Wrestling, Taiji Pushing Hands, Qigong Introductory Theory, and Qigong Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing.

In January, YMAA Boston will also be holding its own seminars in the topics: Broadsword, Chin Na, Baguazhang, and Praying Mantis.

Check out the YMAA seminars page for more information!

Photos from last year are posted here. Hope to see you here this winter!

Syndicate content