Our Logo is unique in design and purpose.
The depth of this art is captured by the Logo with many facets which can be
interpreted several ways.
Circle or ball
Several balls or circles are incorporated into the designed Logo.
The circle shape stresses the use of roundness or spiral flow against any other
Take note of the lines below from "The Secret of the Free Circle".
The technique of the free circle is
most difficult to master;
Up, down, following and joining,
it is infinitely marvellous.
If we can entice the opponent into our circle,
Then the technique of four ounces repelling
a thousand pounds will succeed.
When the maximum power of the hands
and feet arrives together seeking a straight
line to the side,
then our advantage from the free circle will not be wasted.
If we desire to know the method of the circle,
We must first find the correct point to issue
from and the correct target,
and then we will accomplish our task.
Yin Yang (Positive Negative)
The black and white distinguishes the two powers in contrast to each other.
We seek to improve and progress towards infinity by means of mastering the
powers of Yin,
the negative power (yielding), and Yang, the positive power (asserting).
The Posture Snake Creeps Down
This movement accentuates agility, balance, control and the accuracy of form.
It means God's grace. It is an Alpha and an Omega. As it is to be one with God,
the circle of Tai Chi has no beginning and has no end.
The style is from the Yang school handed down from the great Yang Lu Chan.
The posture is performed here by Master Yek. totally embodied in him and thus is
our style today.
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