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I Liq Chuan students Dr.Nancy Watterson and Lan Tran used this past semester to launch 2 academic full-credit courses featuring I Liq Chuan as a method of learning about learning. The interdisciplinary seminars (one offered to undergraduates at Cabrini College, the other to graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania) aimed to further ways of thinking about how people learn, about how people move, and about how to be more aware in everyday life.

First Children’s I Liq Chuan Grading in USA

Submitted by Yen on Tue, 06/02/2015 - 22:48

Congratulations Willa Sio, (10yrs) and Sofia Zigouras (7yrs)!! On May 11th, 2015, they became the first students to successfully pass their Children’s Level 1 test in the U.S.!! We are very proud of all of their hard work to build this skill and wish their continued success in I Liq Chuan! 

The commencement form, similar in movement in most style of internal martial arts. The simple waving arms up and down to mark the start of your form. What's there to this move, I asked myself. For all the years that I've seen martial artist do their form, I never truly gave any thought to this. Not until just recently when I started immersing myself into an intensive study of our I Liq Chuan 21 Form.

Saturday September 21st, 2013 - Noon.