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Wang HaiJun:


Wang HaiJun is an indoor disciple of Grandmaster Chen ZhengLei and an official 12th generation lineage holder of Chen Style TaiJi. He is a four-time national champion of China in Push Hands. For three consecutive years before retiring from competition, he was Overall Champion which meant that he had to win the championship in Forms, Sword, and Push Hands. In many years, there is no Overall Champion because of the difficulty in winning all three categories! Since retiring from competition, he has trained many students that have achieved a high level of skill (both Chinese and non-Chinese) with over thirty winning gold medals and ten winning medals in national push hands competition!

Born in January of 1972 in the city of ZhengZhou in Henan Province, Wang HaiJun was nine when he first met Chen ZhengLei. In order for him to continue his taiji studies more extensively, his father arranged for him to move to Chen Village at the age of 11 to live with Chen ZhengLei and study with him. Other than Chen ZhengLei's own children, no other student has had this opportunity. He became the first non-Chen-family student in modern times to be traditionally trained at Chen Village.

When he was just 16, Chen ZhengLei invited him to travel with him to help teach and demonstrate his skill. He also accompanied Chen ZhengLei and Chen XiaoWang when they first began traveling outside of Chen Village to teach silk-reeling exercises.

Since 2000, Wang HaiJun has lived in England. His ability to speak english makes him one of the most appoachable, high level Chen teachers available. In addition, his "hands on" teaching method, his generous willingness to share the principals of tai chi, and his high level of skill make him one of the top Chen coaches you will ever train with. The Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu and Tai Chi is very fortunate to be one of the few schools to have had him visiting regularly for over a decade to share his knowledge with our students.

March 10, 11, 12, 2018 - Annapolis (Arnold) MD

Box lunches will be available for Saturday and Sunday for $12. Place your lunch order by Wednesday evening, March 7 (10pm)

Workshop Flyer (PDF Format)

Workshop Topics:

Saturday, March 10
LaoJia YiLu (Old Frame First Form)

The Old Frame First Routine is the foundation form of the Chen system and the source form of many other styles of TaiJi. The focus is to develop your internal strength and softness. Mastering this form is essential in achieving high levels of skill. This workshop will focus on the quality of movements rather than quantity.

1. Sat 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM -  Morning session, Part A

2. Sat 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Afternoon session, Part B (continuation from A)

Sunday, March 11
LaoJia YiLu (Old Frame First Form)

3. Sun 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM - Morning session, Part C

4. Sun 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM - Afternoon session, Part D

Box lunches will be available for Saturday, and Sunday for $12. (Order by Wednesday evening, 3/7)

Monday, March 12
Silk Reeling and 18 Posture Form (Jing or Essence form)

Learn and practice fundamental skills of silk reeling exercises for improving joint health, strength and flexibility. Also learn and practice the 18 Essential Postures routine which was created to provide many of the health benefits of LaoJia YiLu practice in a shorter format that can be learned more quickly. Here is an opportunity to study the form with a national champion of China! Basic warm-ups and silk reeling exercises will precede practice of the form. This is the perfect session for an introduction to the benefits of TaiJi while also being appropriate for experienced students who want to gain insight to refine their movements and improve the health benefits of their practice.

5. Mon 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


 $80.00 for One session (morning or afternoon)
$160.00 for Two Sessions
$215.00 for Three Sessions
$270.00 for Saturday and Sunday
$315.00 for Saturday, Sunday and Monday

$60 for Monday only or $45 when combined with any other sessions.


Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi
1195 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd #6
Arnold MD 21012


Shifu Billy Greer

Make checks payable to:
Jing Ying Institute

This workshop is suitable for all levels as there will be the opportunity to learn the form as well as review or refine your movements. Beginners and experts of all styles will benefit from this workshop and will improve their understanding and practice of TaiJi.

Please arrive 30 minutes before your first session to check in or register

When checking out on-line, please use the comments box to describe which sessions you will attend


Wang HaiJun workshops, Sat, Sun, Mon (5 sessions)
Sat, Sun, Mon
Price: $315.00


Wang HaiJun workshops, Sat, Sun (4 sessions)
Sat, Sun
Price: $270.00


Wang HaiJun workshops, 3 sessions
3 sessions Price: $215.00


Wang HaiJun workshops, 2 sessions
2 sessions Price: $160.00

Wang HaiJun workshops, 1 session
1 sessions Price: $80.00


18 Posture Form, Monday only
Monday only - Price: $60.00
18 Posture Form, Monday added to any other session
Monday add-on - Price: $45.00


To place your boxed lunch order, go to Wang-HaiJun-Meals (order by Weds evening, 10pm)


Chen Style Tai Chi is considered the source of the major styles of Tai Chi (TaiJi). The founders of both Yang Style and Wu style trained at the Chen Village, then left and opened their art to the public. While those styles spread and became popular, Chen style continued to be taught only in Chen village and was not as well known. Now the secret is out, and Chen TaiJi is gaining in popularity as people discover the silk reeling exercises and coiling movements of the original style of TaiJi.

Hotels in the area include:

Comfort Inn Annapolis
76 Old Mill Bottom Road N
Annapolis, MD 21401    5 miles away

Super 8
74 Old Mill Bottom Road N
Annapolis, MD 21401   5 miles away

Days Inn Annapolis
2451 Riva Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21401   6 miles away

Quality Inn Annapolis
1542 Whitehall Rd
Annapolis, Maryland 21401   6 miles away