Dharma-Zen Tai Chi Studio – Taichung, Taiwan School

Posted by on Nov 18, 2010 in Chi Kung, Tai Chi | 6 Comments

“I first met Danny in Taichung, many years ago. I saw his flyer in a local restaurant advertising peace of mind and a comfortable body. I thought to myself, that sounds really good. I had always been athletic, but I was in my late 20s and was already starting to feel aches and pains and stiff from years of sports. When I started training with Danny, in his home in Taiwan, I initially started feeling stronger and like I had more wind. The rest is history. Now I teach martial arts in Austin, at Danny’s request, and am grateful every single day for the peace of mind and comfortable body I’m working on with my practice. If you’re in Taiwan and looking for peace of mind, a comfortable body and of course, self defense, then look Danny up.” –David True, Damazen T’ai Chi Studio teacher.

Besides bringing peace of mind and a comfortable body, Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chu’an could also become a part time or full time job. If you think you’ll be in Taiwan for at least 1.5 years and have the motivation to practice every day or two, you could easily gain skill sufficient to instruct T’ai Chi when you move back home. I will be in Taichung for 3 years, 2011-2013. I can assist you in getting formal recognition from the Taiwan Guo Shu Federation (Chinese Martial Arts Federation).

While in Taiwan I intend to develop my online Martial Arts Store. It will offer a wide range of good quality and reasonably priced goods: martial arts clothes like pants, shirts and jackets, meditation pillows, tea, tea sets, incense, and music… Ask for something and I will try to find it.


  1. Anonymous
    November 19, 2010

    hahahahahaha so cool to see where you are off to sefu , many blessings to you and the family you will be greatly missed in canada 😉
    another bad student or maybe not hahahahahahahaha

  2. Danny
    November 19, 2010

    Sigh, I just try to run way from you guys. But why I still can hear the voice from you?

  3. Lee
    November 19, 2010

    That’s because a master and his students are never finished with one another. lol

  4. Corey
    February 10, 2011

    Hi Danny,

    Sorry I missed your going away party in November. I hope you and the family are settling into your new home nicely. I miss you and your classes.
    We had a baby son born 2 weeks ago today. Getting used to lots of new things, diapers, late nights, loads of laundrey etc. He watched me do some tai chi today and seemed very interested or confused?? Do you have a new email being in Taiwan?

  5. Anonymous
    February 15, 2011

    Congratulations, Corey! My e-mail still same on my website

  6. David
    March 6, 2011

    Hi Danny, Will you start selling High Mountain Tea? I’d love to buy some! 🙂 And how about uniforms?


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