jjy5016 wrote:Distance learning? Really? Good luck.
From experience there seem to be too many things the teacher needs to be able to see and feel in your body. The 4 tu na exercises alone will change as your insides change. You might get better flexibility in your hips, shoulders and lower back, but will you reap the benefits that are supposed to come from these exercises by learning long distance? Not impossible but realistically highly unlikely.
Just my opinion though. Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
I am not a big fan of distance learning either, which I mentioned in my first post, spoke against it many times in my life actually. That is why I was asking the question in the first place.
I have had a few years of training in XIngyiquan, but I left to train taijiquan, now considering a return