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Li Jing was born in Beijing, China. She grew up in a well-known Wushu, or martial arts, family. Her father, Li Junfeng, was the chief coach of the Beijing Wushu Team for 16 years, winning the national championship over 12 consecutive years.
Li Jing began practicing Wushu at the age of eight. By the time she was eleven, she became a member of Beijing Wushu Team. At sixteen, she won her first Taiji national championship.
Li Jing joined the Chen-style lineage and became the twentieth generation of Chen-style Tai Chi Quan under Master Zhu Tian-Cai.
In the World Tai Chi Competitions, Li Jing won 2 gold medals (Tai Chi sword and Chen-style Tai Chi), as well as a silver medal in 42-step Tai Chi.
In addition to individual competitions, Li Jing participated in many national competitions as a member of the Beijing Wushu Team. And in 1996 and 1998, she joined International Taiji competitions in the US and Asia, where she won four gold medals and one silver.
Li Jing, now Teacher Jing, is principal teacher for the International Sheng Zhen Society, and has traveled and taught extensively all over the world for the past 15 years.
Li Jing graduated from the School of Health Sciences at Örebro University in Sweden where she researched the relationship between Tai Chi and health. Her doctoral dissertation "The meaning of the Chinese cultural keyword xin (heart)” was published in the academic journal "Language and Culture".
Teacher Jing lives in Germany with her husband and two children. She dedicates her life to the teaching and spreading of the practice of balance, wholeness, and harmony.