Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

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Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby marvin8 on Sun Jan 03, 2021 11:33 am

The Caveman Condition
Aug 5, 2020

Welcome to our first addition of The Cavemen Condition Podcast.

Today we interview Tai Chi instructor, Paul McIntyre, from Heaven Man Earth Melbourne.

Paul McIntyre is the resident instructor at Heaven Man Earth Internal Arts International - Melbourne branch school. Paul’s experience in various martial arts, nei gong, qi gong and meditation spans decades. Beginning as a child in Australia, his practice has since taken him throughout much of Asia in pursuit of authentic teachings.

Paul learned taiji (tai chi) & qigong, natural fist boxing and muay-thai under the guidance of esteemed fight trainer Tao Jaiphet (Absolute MMA) for 7 years. In 2006 Paul received the rank of 1st degree black belt in Daito ryu aiki jujitsu when living in Kobe city, Japan.

Since 2007, Paul has trained exclusively under the Heaven Man Earth system and has undertaken extensive periods of private tuition and live-in practice with Sifu Adam Mizner to deepen and refine his understanding and skill of the entire HME system including taiji, nei gong, meditation, dhamma & healing.

Paul is a direct disciple of Heaven Man Earth founder Sifu Adam Mizner and certified level 2 instructor of the HME Internal Arts International system.

HME Melbourne:
https://heavenmanearthmelbourne.com/


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rf11n3lP0Yc
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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby wayne hansen on Sun Jan 03, 2021 2:51 pm

I have only had time to watch half of this so far
The is the best stuff I have heard out of this school
It is also some of the best tai chi explanations I have heard
I would be interested to know who he trained with in Leichardt in the 80's
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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby wayne hansen on Mon Jan 04, 2021 1:45 pm

Watched the whole thing
I think he was stretching a bit on the silk thing
I think people should compare this to the Patrick Kelly one the difference is quite telling
I also prefer him to adam
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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby Daniel-san on Mon Jan 04, 2021 7:03 pm

Push hands practice:



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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby Finny on Tue Jan 05, 2021 1:25 am

Interesting. Episode 2 of the Caveman Condition podcast featured my Judo/Jujutsu teacher:

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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby wayne hansen on Tue Jan 05, 2021 2:47 pm

As I said before I really liked the podcast
It's a pity someone posted films of him pushing to burst my bubble
His pushing fails to live up to his rhetoric
Sad I thought he might be quite skilled
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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heaven Man Earth Melbourne

Postby Daniel-san on Fri Jan 08, 2021 4:09 pm

Longer clip:

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Re: Tai-Chi Explained: Paul McIntyre, Heave Man Earth Melbourne

Postby wayne hansen on Fri Jan 08, 2021 8:47 pm

Not impressed
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