Here are some of this year's in-person and online events
12th Annual Berlin Push Hands Camp
The 25 Energies of Taijiquan #5
Taijiquan Core Principles (Level Two)
August 26-29—Berlin, Germany
8th Annual Berlin Summer Taiji Weapons Camp
13 Power Taiji Dagger, Sabre & Sword
Many 2021 Seminars have yet to be announced due to CVD19 concerns
We’ll update as the situation progresses
Since 1987, when Sam Masich released the first-ever commercially available push-hands instructional video (the Push Hands Video Manual (vol. 1), thousands of students the world over
have learned from his video tapes, DVDs, and audio cassette recordings. Taijiquan players wearing Sam's famous t-shirt designs have logged tens of thousands of hours of practice while making notes in their MIA custom-made workbooks.
In the third episode of Taiji People, Sam visits world-renowned taijiquan grandmaster William C. C. Chen in his Manhattan studio. A disciple of Zheng Manqing (Cheng Man Ch'ing 鄭曼青), William Chen has devoted his life to making the practice and teaching of the art 'simple, easy, natural, enjoyable and productive.'
Ten Sam originals with a great band!
Bobby Kapp drums/harmonica
Gabriel Hernandez piano
Tyler Mitchell bass
Ken Basman guitar
Masich Internal Arts on YouTube
At Masich Internal Arts on YouTube, you'll find inspiring and educational videos galore! Playlists include the 'Sam Masich—Demo Scrapbook,' 'MIAM Lessons & Examples,' and even 'Sam Masich Music' videos. In the 2017 & 2019 'Masich Internal Arts Full Curriculum Week' playlists, students from around the world demonstrate the entire Masich Internal Arts Method curriculum.
Masich Internal Arts Registered Students
During these uncertain times, online interaction has become more important than ever before. Becoming a Masich Internal Arts Method 'Registered Student' can help you in touch and moving forward in your practice.
Should I become a MIAM Registered Student?
If half or most of your internal arts training is based on Masich Internal Arts Method curriculum, you can benefit from becoming a 'Registered Student.'
The process is free-of-charge and there are no costs if you are accepted.
To find out more and to apply