Qi Tao is a non for profit organization based in Brooklyn NY.
Sifu Peter Berman Yee opened the Brooklyn branch of Yee’s Hung Ga. Sifu operated the Brooklyn Branch in Park Slope from 1992. Throughout that time, his students have consistently medalled in both regional and international tournaments.
Sifu Peter Berman Yee — He has been practicing martial arts for over 35 years. He also has a background in Wing Chun, Shotokan Karate, and Tai Chi Chuan. Sifu is one of the highest ranking disciples of Grandmaster Frank Yee and was awarded the rank of 7th Dan. He is also one of very few American disciples to be accepted into the Yee’s family lineage at the New York, Chinatown Yee Fong Toy Association and their world headquarters.
|24 Form Practice||18:00-18:50|
|Prospect Hill Senior Center||11:00-12:00|
|Park Slope Senior Center||11:00-12:00|
|NY Memory Center||13:00-14:00|
Sifu Tzyann Hsu — She began her training in Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan at the age of 16. After coming to the United States, she furthered her study of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong, and earned a Teaching Certificate for Tai Chi Chuan from Sifu (Master) Chan Wai Kwan, chief instructor of the Tai Shan Martial Arts Institute. In addition, Sifu has trained in Bagua Zhang, Hsin-I Chuan and Hung Ga Kung Fu. She has won five gold medals for Bagua Zhang, Hsin-I Chuan and Executive Weapons at the national Wong Fei Hung Kung Fu Tournaments. Sifu's students have also won gold, silver and bronze medals in Tai Chi Chuan and Tai Chi Weapons at the national Wong Fei Hung Kung Fu Tournament.