PAMELA LAOSHI

HEADMISTRESS

SAWF Qualified Wushu National Senior Judge (Taijiquan)
Taijiquan Teacher & Practitioner Since 2006
Ex Ming Kungfu Taiji School Instructor
(School closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic)



SAWF SA National
Wushu Championships
Taiji Judge


SAWF SA National
Wushu Championships
Certification


SAWF SA National
Wushu Championships
Certification



SAWF SA National
Wushu Championships – Taiji Quan Winners
Ming Kungfu KZN –
Instructor


Robert Laoshi
and Pamela Laoshi
SAWF National Senior Judges
Ming Kungfu KZN


SAWF SA National
Wushu Championships – Taiji Quan Winners
Ming Kungfu KZN –
Instructor


When my late Kungfu brother, also a Teacher of Taiji Quan (Tai chi Chuan) and Qigong (Chi Kung), mentioned to me that we should learn Taiji, I thought he was crazy and this was just another one of his so-called “brilliant” ideas. But we did it anyway. We started learning the Yang Style Taiji Quan. Then we realised that we were not learning the traditional way, as a martial art. And so began my journey of self-discovery and introduction to one of the most amazing treasures of Chinese culture and philosophy. Even though the physical pain was unbearable, I just kept going back for more. Nothing is unattainable if you really, really want it.

I have often told my students that Taiji Quan is a long road up the mountain. It requires dedication, commitment, discipline and practise. It is the journey that must be enjoyed. One must open one’s mind and embrace what Taiji Quan has to offer.

Embrace the physical pain that only makes you stronger, embrace the emotional turmoil that makes you want to give up but you don’t and embrace that wonderful feeling of achievement on your last OUT BREATH at the end of your form, when you’ve given your best – mind, body and spirit.

Taiji Quan becomes a way of life.  It influences our every thought and our action in daily life.  It’s embedded in our psyche and in our every breath.  It is not something that can be studied at class and then put away on a shelf.
Little did I know then that this so called “brilliant” idea would become my passion and my way of life.

Let it become your passion and your way of life.
Become your own master of Taiji Quan.