Wu YuPing is from Jieyang City in Guangdong province, China. He is a level 6 Master with over 20 years of experience in both Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Master Ping is the joint headmaster and Co-founder of Yangshuo Traditional Tai Chi School.
“When I was young I fell in love with martial arts. I started when I was only 9 years old and have been practicing primarily Tai Chi for over 20 years. I learned all the Chen style forms, push hands, weapons and theory from Master Lin JianXing. Later I learned from Masters Wang FuJing, Wang LaiQin, Wu MingQiang and Xu Yakui in order to deepen my understanding of Tai Chi.”
In 2016, Master Ping was honored to be a disciple of Master Xu Yakui. It takes a long time to achieve a deep understanding of the essence of Tai Chi and one never stops learning. Wu YuPing often travels to study further and share his skills and experience with different masters and Tai Chi practitioners. He has entered many competitions and has won 18 gold medals.
Master Ping is also proud to have received a certificate of excellence in coaching, from Guangdong sports center. Due to his students’ success in competition, he is often invited to hold Tai Chi and Qi Gong workshops in China and internationally.
Co-founder of School Level 6 Tai chi & Qi Gong Master
She began studying Tai Chi in 2005, under the renowned Master Wang Xi’an. A further eight years of intense practice and study gave her a solid grounding in Tai Chi Quan and she began teaching in 2013, in fluent English and in Chinese. Her profound grasp of Tai Chi theory and practice combine with a natural grace and beauty of movement in both fist and weapons forms.
Master Tina applies a lively and novel method to teaching Tai Chi and Qi Gong, adapting her courses to the level of each individual. Her infectious enthusiasm is much appreciated by all her students.
She has won numerous gold medals at international Tai Chi competitions in Henan Jiaozuo and in Guilin.
Tang Hong Lan (Master Tina) is from Guilin in Guangxi Province