Tai Chi Program – Alameda
Internal Kung Fu differ from external Kung Fu, in that external stylists pride themselves on training every part of their organism in relation to power and speed. Through hard work they develop kung fu. The internal Kung Fu trains the body in precision as well, but reaches a point where stillness in movement is achieved. In other words, pursuing the idea that less, or even nothing, can be more. That losing or yielding (not giving up) can overcome. At USAKFS we teach complete internal styles include Taichi, Xingyi, Bagua step by step detail instruction internal Qigong training, routines and weapons.
Master Liang Keming was born in Guangzhou, China, and followed his father, Grandmaster Liang Qiangya, practicing Baguazhang and Taijiquan. Master Liang is a 5th generation descendant of Baguazhang and an inheritor of Fu-style Baguazhang, derived from Dong Haichuan’s disciple Jia Qishan, then passed to Grandmaster Fu Zhensong who was one of the Five Southbound Tigers. Master Liang’s father was one of the few indoor disciples of Grandmaster Fu. In addition to training with his father, Master Liang also practiced taiji with Taiji Grand Master Chen Zihao (Seventh Rank), who was the Assistant Chairman of the Guangzhou City Taijichuan Association.
Master Liang’s official titles include Fifth Generation Successor of Baguazhang, and Sixth Rank Practitioner in the Guangdong Province Wushu Association.
Master Liang was selected to compete with the Guangzhou City High School Students Wushu Team. He has won gold medals for Taiji 24 Form and Taiji 32 Sword at the Guangdong Province Traditional Wushu Championship, and Taiji 42 Form and Baguazhang at the California International Wushu Championship