My Approach

Life is very busy.  Studying Yi Chuan is not easy when training time can be in direct competition with work, family, friends, fitness and leisure activities.  Over the years I have learned to integrate my training into my life style and utilize the results to support and enhance my other activities.  Here are some of the things I recommend to help Yi Chuan train is a way that cooperates rather than competes with other life activities.

Establish Clear Goals – Start by establishing clear goals with the help of your teacher.

Make it Routine – Then build a daily training routine that is designed to help you meet those goals.

Use ‘Hidden’ Practice Time – Accelerate your progress by ‘hiding’ your practice in every day life.

Play With It – Take what you have learned through your hard earned practice and get real benefits by incorporating it into other activities you enjoy.