IMA attractions in Taiwan

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IMA attractions in Taiwan

Postby Green Tiger on Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:55 am


I'll be visiting Taiwan from February 22nd to March 5th. I've heard that there are usually a lot of people who practice tai chi and other IMA in the parks around Taipei, but I've had trouble narrowing down which parks might be the best to visit. Anyone here know which parks might draw the most IMA practitioners or maybe the widest variety? Also, I practice Liu He Ba Fa and would love to meet up with anyone in Taiwan who trains in the Wu Yihui lineage.

Any suggestions for IMA attractions in Taiwan would be appreciated.

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Re: IMA attractions in Taiwan

Postby windwalker on Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:13 pm

Some looking for pushhands practice places / groups should they visit Taiwan
might find this link interesting.

Peace park
Is noted for groups who practice push hands, are friendly and like to push.
Many can speak a little english.

written long ago about one of the groups in the park

interesting link.

some of the other RSF members might have other contacts or links
best of luck
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Re: IMA attractions in Taiwan

Postby robert on Tue Jan 02, 2018 1:10 pm

I've seen a couple groups of taiji people at Daan Forest Park as well as some bagua. There are people out at Zhongshan Park/Dr Sun's Memorial Hall - various groups doing push hands and qigong. As Windwalker said 2/28 Peace Park. These are all larger parks. I go some place to train that is near where I'm staying and there are people practicing in the small neighborhood parks as well. Personally I find the people doing neigong or qigong by themselves or in small groups hidden in corners of the parks the most interesting. I just go to visit so I can't say which parks are the best.
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