In December 2008, there was officially
launch of Master Chong's DVD Taiji Quan: Body of Knowledge by Mirage
Pictures Pte Ltd during Rennie
Chong Tai Chi Training Centre Taiji Night 2009
On this DVD Master Chong:
Teaches a large set of loosening exercises for
development of softness, relaxation, flexibility, and correct postures
for Tai Chi;
Shows an important breathing qigong exercise;
Demonstrates the 37-step form of Zhengzi (Cheng Man
Gives step-by-step instructions for the 37-step form
with explanation of correct postures and movements;
The DVD would be useful equally
for beginners, advanced student, and Tai Chi
This DVD and Master Chong's and
George Loo's book Taiji Quan: Body
of Knowledge would be an excellent combination as learning tools
From the DVD cover
"Master Chong has been teaching Tai Chi since he was
19, when he began helping his father, and later took over his classes. He
is more concerned with personal development in Tai Chi rather than grading
and certificates, although the Singapore Sports Council does offer
certification through his courses. Master Chong's students have won in
martial arts competitions and have become authors and well-known
instructors. In 1992, Master Chong went to Zhengzhou, China, with a group
of Chen Tai Chi associates to participate in the Chinese Zhenzhou
International Shaolin Wushu Festival, where he received a Certificate of
merit for Exhibition Excelence."
Please send enquiries and purchase orders of the
DVD book to Rennie
Chong. The DVD can be purchased together with Rennie Chong's and
George Loo's book Taiji Quan: Body of
"...my body became more flexible and I felt less
stressed. I don't developp muscle pains now as before."
"I started at the age of 6, as I had inherited
asthma... Now my asthma has been cured with the help of my dearest
Godfather, Master Chong."
"Master Chong's Taiji is a down-to-earth thing
immediately connected to our health and martial abilities."
"I feel energised and active throughout the day, and
very often find myself unconciously practising the Tai Chi steps
(sometimes to the annoyance of people around me!"
Read more students' testimonies here.