История на Ян Тайчи център в България

Майстор Станислав Багалев е роден през 1972 година в София. 
Започва своите занимания с бойни изкуства през 1982 година с майстор Красимир Димитров (Китаеца). Преди промените е време, когато да се практикуват източни практики и бойни изкуства е забранено от държавата.
През 1989 година Станислав Багалев е един от инструкторите в Езотерично общество Цин Лун. То е ръководено от Красимир Димитров. Провеждат се множество семинари в страната. Демонстрации, както и първите предавани за бойни изкуства по БНТ. На един от първите семинари с майстор Роланд Хаберзетцер, 8 дан, през 1989 година, Станислав Багалев защитава първите си инструкторски степени.

с грандмайстор Ян Джун
с грандмайстор Ян Джун

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1. Empty, Lively, Pushing Up and Energetic

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Chinese philosophy is as old as China, and it is one of the most ancient civilizations on the planet. The idea of observing the basic principles described in ancient philosophical treatises is still part of every action of Eastern man, whether it be calligraphy, poetry, music, medicine, history, architecture, government, nutrition and martial arts. Here we will reveal some of the main philosophical ideas and principles that we use as a theoretical structure for the movements in Tai Chi...


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