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Pamela Hom is a certified primary teacher who has been authorized to teach 'Tai Chi for Arthritis' by Dr. Paul Lam.
She is an accomplished practitioner of classical Chen Family Taijiquan and currently shares her knowledge and expertise by teaching in Argentina.
Christopher Wang is an accomplished martial artist and teacher, having started his practice of modern Chinese Wushu at the young age of 13. He has since become a US national gold medalist in Push-Hands (moving-step) and Old Frame First Road, both highly regarded forms of Chen Family Taijiquan.
In addition to his Taijiquan expertise, Wang is also a certified Ekatala Yoga teacher, demonstrating his commitment to holistic well-being and mindfulness practices. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his teaching, inspiring students to deepen their understanding and practice of Taijiquan and related disciplines.
Haeyoung Kim is an intermediate-level certified teacher who was introduced to the mother form of Taijiquan after previously practicing Yang Style Taijiquan. Kim is also a certified Ekatala Yoga teacher, having trained in northern India. She is proficient in both Korean and English.
Linda Asuma-Weinstein is a certified primary teacher who brings with her a diverse background in martial arts and other physical practices. Prior to her foray into Chen Family Taijiquan, she trained in Hapkido, Yoga and Yang Style Tai Chi. As an instructor, Linda imparts her knowledge and expertise in classical Chen Family Taijiquan to students in Santa Monica, CA.
Aaron Hong is a certified primary teacher and a practitioner of Korean herbalism and acupuncture. He has also dedicated his time to studying Taoism Qigong and Kendo. At present, he teaches private lessons exclusively.
Austin Kim, a certified primary teacher, is fluent in Korean, Chinese Mandarin, English, and Spanish. Through years of dedicated Tai Chi practice, Kim achieved the remarkable feat of winning a US national gold medal in classical Chen Tai Chi form from an international Tai Chi tournament in 2017. He now offers private lessons in Koreatown, Los Angeles.
At the age of 74, Park is a certified primary teacher of Chen Family Taijiquan. Despite her age, she has achieved significant accomplishments in Tai Chi, including winning the US national gold medal in the Chen style in 2016 at the age of 75. As a testament to the transformative power of Tai Chi, Park's white hair even turned black after practicing Chen Family Taijiquan for just one year. She currently resides in Dallas, TX.
Gin Kim is an accredited primary teacher in the field of Chen Family Taijiquan and a certified Ekatala yoga instructor.
Hyunmi Ahn is a certified primary teacher of Taijiquan and a US national bronze medalist. She demonstrates proficiency in the languages of Japanese, Korean, and English.
Tanya Kim holds certification as a primary teacher and is also licensed as an acupuncturist. With a keen interest in the healing arts, Kim has pursued the study of classical Chen Family Taijiquan to deepen her understanding of the mind-body connection. Her expertise in both Taijiquan and acupuncture enables her to offer holistic approaches to health and wellness.
Stefanos Kafatos is a certified primary teacher, whose passion for martial arts was ignited at a young age after watching the film "The Karate Kid". Having practiced traditional Kung-Fu for over a decade, he eventually transitioned to Chen Taiji under the guidance of Master Bosco Baek in 2012.
Jill Fox is a certified primary teacher of traditional Chen Family Taijiquan of Chen Village, with over a decade of study and practice in the art. In addition to Tai Chi, Jill has also delved into the realms of Cheng Style Baguazhang, Xingyiquan, and Qigong. Located in Tucson, Arizona, Jill offers classes to individuals who seek to learn more about the Chen Family Taijiquan system.
Michael Manfredo is an Ekatala yoga teacher and certified primary teacher of Chen Tai Chi from Chen Village. Prior to his current role, he held a professorship at the California Institute of the Arts where he taught authentic Chen Tai Chi.
Atsuko Zama is a certified primary teacher of traditional Chen Family Taijiquan, as well as a certified Ekatala yoga teacher.
Randall Krause is a certified primary teacher who obtained his certification shortly before his 66th birthday. He had long desired to learn and practice martial arts, but had not found a suitable tradition or teacher until he attended his first Chen Bing Tai Chi class with Master Bosco Baek. From that point on, he recognized the sincerity and authenticity he had been seeking.
In addition to his expertise in Tai Chi, Randall Krause is also an accomplished teacher and mentor in the Himalayan Yoga Meditation Tradition.
Eric Kim is a certified Primary teacher and a licensed acupuncturist, whose passion for traditional Chinese medicine led him to explore the ancient art of Tai Chi.
One notable aspect of Melody's background is that she is a native Taiwanese who had previously studied other Tai Chi styles. Through her practice and study with Chen Tai Chi, Melody realized that our approach is very different from what she had learned before.
As a certified Primary teacher, Melody shares her insights and expertise in Chen Tai Chi with her students.
Kiho Hong is a certified Fang Song (Relaxation) teacher and a well-known PT trainer in the Korean community in Los Angeles.
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