Hi, I am Jing Shuai,
The quintessence of Tai Chi philosophy is that of seeking simplicity through the laws of nature, guides my teaching and my creative aesthetic. I hope to bring wellness to my students through Tai Chi and to share its cultural origins.
Born in Szechuan, China, I was deeply influenced by the Chinese traditional fine arts and the quintessence of a five-thousand-year old Chinese culture. In my youth I was classically trained in the arts, including traditional Chinese painting.
Since 2005, I have traveled extensively in China researching, practicing Tai Chi and its associated philosophy. I received my prestigious professional certifications and certificates of honor after studying for many years at a number of martial art schools and ancient Taoist monasteries in China.
My training took place under the guidance of numerous renowned and respected Tai Chi masters in mainland China. I also studied Chinese Martial Art Grade Regulations and received my Grade Examiner certification in 2012 from the Chinese Martial Art Association for Yang Style Tai Chi.
I believe that harmony and balance are immortal and elegant evidence that the individual and spirit are in harmony with society and nature.
I consider that art is a method to embody our soul, thoughts, and energy, and it is also a way to communicate. Based on my daily practice, I enjoy interpreting the art of Tao through a variety of art forms. I view the practice of Tai Chi as a pathway to strengthen both body and mind.