|He has studied Taiji under some of the worlds most renowned Masters. Including: "Yang Taiji" under William CC Chen and "Yang Zheng-Duo Chen Taiji" under Feng Zhiqiang, Chen Xiao Wang, Ma Hong and Zhang Xue Xin. He was a member of the first U.S. Sports Delegation invited to study the original Chen style Taiji in Beijing, China under Master Feng Zhiqiang in 1981.
Since 1991, he has studied under Master Feng's Senior U.S. Representative, Master Zhang Xue Xin in San Francisco, President of the U.S. Feng Zhiqiang Chen Taiji Association. He is the 20th generation lineage descendant of Chen Style Taijiquan and 2nd generation of Hun Yuan Chen Style Tijiquan under Master Zhang Xue Xin and Grand Master Feng Zhi Qiang. He has taught at St. Louis University, for course credit at Meramec College in St. Louis and the Missouri Botanical Gardens.
In addition to teaching taiji, Sifu Justin is a well known author on the subject of Taiji with over 30 articles printed in the leading Tai Chi and Martial Arts Magazines, including selection as among the "best of the best" in the book title, The Ultimate Guide to Tai Chi. Sifu Justin is also well known as a tournament director and chief judge for Chinese Internal Arts competition, including Chen, Yang, Wu, Sword and other Taiji styles form competition as well as both Fixed and Moving Push Hands competitions.
He sponsored the first three Midwestern Chinese Internal Arts Championships. His students have distinguished themselves in both Regional and National Chinese Martial Arts Championships in Taiji form, Push Hands and Sword competitions.
In addition to Taiji, Sifu Justin also teaches Qigong which he has studied for over 20 years. He has studied Buddhist, Taoist, Er Mei, Medical and Hun Yuan systems. He is a certified medical Qigong Instructor under Master Liang Shou Yu (author of Qigong Empowerment), as well as an authorized teacher of the Xin Yi Hun Yuan Qigong system of Master Feng Zhiqiang under Master Zhang Xue Xin of San Francisco. He is a recognized professional member of the U.S. Qigong Association.
- 24 Movements Taiji form
- Hunyuan Qigong sequence
- Spiral rotation exercise
- Standing Meditation
- Single push hand exercise
- Chen style #1 routine
- Chen style Pao tui routine
- Taiji sword
- Double push hand exercise
- Taiji sword and staff