Jing Ying

Push Hands and Qinna (Chin-Na) Techniques
Sunday, October 12, 2014

Presented by Master Willy Lin

Began studying Kung Fu in Taiwan in 1957.
Head instructor and assistant to Wang, Jyue Jen: 1960-1968.
First to introduce T’ien Shan P’ai Kung Fu to the US.
Author of several books on T’ien Shan P’ai and Chin-Na.
Has taught in Taiwan, Brazil and the US, and many
of his students have gone on to open their own schools.

Master Lin’s books (some rare) and DVDs will be available for
purchase and autographing at this workshop.

Click here to order a boxed lunch. Lunch order due by Friday, October 10 (noon).

Sunday, October 12, 2014, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm - Tui Shou (Push Hands)
Push Hands practice helps students gain an understanding of leverage, reflex, sensitivity, timing, coordination and positioning. You learn to avoid, neutralize and redirect the incoming forces of your opponent’s attack while also learning to generate, coordinate and deliver power to them.

Tai Chi - Push Hand skills are very important in gaining a deeper understanding of Tai Chi and taking your practice to a higher level. Many of the applications hidden in the movement of forms practice are based on Qinna. The Push Hands practice will help you improve your balance, stability, footwork and posture while demonstrating the importance of these attributes.

Other Martial Arts - Useful to any martial artist wanting to become more effective when fighting in close range, Push Hands is invaluable for giving you practical techniques that you can apply in a variety of situations. You will learn pricinples that will help improve your skill as a martial artist no matter what style you study.

Sunday, October 12, 2014,  from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm - Qinna (Chin Na)
Qinna is the Chinese art of “seize and control.” It is used to restrain opponents through techniques for locking joints or muscles and tendons by applying leverage and using pressure points. The techniques require very little force making them especially effective against larger and stronger opponents. In addition, the pressure of many techniques can be adjusted so that they can be used merely to control an opponent or to injure or disable them when necessary. The techniques can be used to defend against grabs, holds and chokes or used to immobilize, subdue, or control assailants. These are important skills for when you are in close contact with an opponent. These techniques are especially useful in law enforcement and other situations when you need to subdue an assailant without injuring them.

These workshops are suitable for all martial arts styles and all levels of experience, including beginners with no previous training. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the best! Be sure to register in advance to reserve a spot as walk-in registrations are not guaranteed.

Location:         Jing Ying Institute of Kung Fu & Tai Chi, 1195 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, #6, Arnold MD 21012
Date:                Sunday, October 12, 2014
Time:               Workshop times listed above (please arrive 20 minutes early to check-in or register)
Cost:                $60 for one workshop or $85 for both                      
Payments:        Check, credit card, PayPal or cash. Make checks payable to Jing Ying Institute.

Participants under age 18 must have a release form signed by a parent or guardian.
Master Lin’s books and DVD’s will be available for purchase and autographing at this workshop.

See photos from a previous Willy Lin workshop

Two Workshops: Push Hands and Qinna, Sunday, October 12, 2014

Master Willy Lin Push Hands and Qinna, October 12, 2014
Price: $85

Push Hands only, Sunday, October 12, 2014

Master Willy Lin Push hands, Sunday, October 12, 2014 (10:00am-noon)
Price: $60

Qinna only, Sunday October 12, 2014

Master Willy Lin Qinna, Sunday, October 12, 2014 (1:00-3:00pm)
Price: $60

A portion of the workshop fee will go to Jing Ying's "Willy Lin" Scholarship Fund.