"Free" Tai Chi Seminars at the MMA Expo in Toronto.

  • 12 Jun 2010
  • 9:00 AM
  • 13 Jun 2010
  • 5:00 PM
  • International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Hall 5, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4V 1E8
Do you know anyone who might be interested in visiting me at the MMA Expo this weekend?
I will be offering some free* seminars. Fee for admission
I will also be manning a booth which will fly the CTF banner and my own.
- Ian Sinclair

* General Admission rates include parking and taxes
  • Adults - 13+ :            $20
  • Youth - 12 to 6:         $10
  • 5 and under no charge

"Free" Tai Chi Seminars at the MMA Expo this weekend in Toronto.

"Combat Tai Chi for MMA"
A unique free seminar with admission to the MMA Expo.
No experience necessary. Street clothing is suitable.
Register on site at Booth 116. Space is limited

Tai Chi - Martial Applications

Sneaking up on trees is one thing. But what do you do when you catch one? Learn some of the martial applications of tai chi.

Tai Chi Tuishou (Pushing Hands) Clinic

Many of the most useful “techniques” for mixed martial artists are found in the mid-range grappling skills of tai chi tuishou (Pushing Hands). Come and learn skills that can help you control your range, your mind, and your opponent.

Tai chi Internal Power Exercises. - Root, agility and instantaneous power.

Sometimes it is not what you do but how you are. Internal martial arts like Tai Chi, Xingyiquan and Baguazhang, have a unique way of looking at body structure, and bio-energetics. This clinic will address some simple but effective exercises for improving your ability to generate power spontaneously from any position.

Tai Chi - Neutralizing skills

Overcoming 1000 pounds with 4 ounces.

Xingyiquan five elements for MMA

For nearly 1000 years, xingyiquan has been a preferred method for training soldiers quickly and effectively. It has also been well represented in full-contact matches throughout the past century. Learn the five punches that are at the core of xingyiquan training. Learn the solo and two person drills that helped made xingyiquan famous as a combat system.


Ian Sinclair
Orillia, Ontario
"I have learned that it is the weak who are cruel, and that gentleness is to be expected only from the strong." -Leo Rosten
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