Sui Huang's Qualifications as
Cruise Ship Guest Instructor
and Photo Highlights of Her Classes
She developed “Easy Taiji” [also known as Tai Chi] which is a form oriented toward beginning students to shorten their time to learn the forms and to further their interest in Tai Chi. This is especially useful for instructing cruise passengers who sometimes have difficulty in learning new routines. In addition, she originated and developed her own style of Taiji Dancing and Taiji Fan Dances, which blends graceful Chinese choreography with traditional Tai Chi forms.
What gives Sui Huang Tai Chi an advantage over other instructors is her ability to not only provide "Easy Taiji" and other standard forms of the Yang Style, but she can give instruction in Tai Chi Dancing and Fan Dancing along with Qi Gong which are her specialties. Even better yet, she can deliver spell-binding performances on stage to ships audiences.
In addition to the above activities, she now offers extra classes and discussion groups for the convenience of the passengers such as:
An ebullient and gregarious individual, she mixes well with all levels of passengers, especially those Asians who speak Chinese Mandarin or Cantonese. Sui will be a beneficial addition to cruise ships enrichment and entertainment programs. For more information, please send your inquiries to Sui@SuiHuangTaiChi.com
On Board Cruise Instructor Experience
2013 to present:
Note: More videos and stills of her classes and performances can be seen at the links below as well as in the Photo Gallery and in her
Certificates of Accomplishment
An informal dual performance with internationally renowned flautist Bettine Clemen playing her flutes accompanied by Sui Huang demonstrating her freestyle Taiji Dance routine for the benefit of her Taiji student class aboard the Holland America's ms Prinsendam Grand Cruise to the Mediterranean, March, 2016.
Bettine was a student in Sui's Tai Chi class aboard the ship. See her website.
You can see a second similar performance by both of them in the photo gallery.
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Sui performing a Taiji Fan Dance at a Talent Show held in the Showroom at Sea aboard the Holland America ms Prinsendam on a 55-day Cruise to the Mediterranean. May, 2016.
Sui performs her "Taiji Fan Dance" at the Chinese Opera held at the Venice Community Center and sponsored by the Chalk Festival on Nov. 13, 2015. She also accompanies the following flute player part way through that performance
Sui performs her Tai Chi Fan Dance in front of a live audience at a talent show held on the Holland America Prinsendam during a 68 day Grand Cruise around South America and Antarctica during 2014.
Sui performs her interpretive version of Tai Chi Dancing in font of a live audience aboard the Holland America Prinsendam on a 68 day Grand Cruise to South America and Antarctica.
Sui performed one of her Tai Chi Dances in front of a live audience at a Tai Chi week-long seminar held at Wakulla Springs, FL, October 2013.
Sui can be seen performing on stage in front of a live audience, giving Tai Chi and Qi Gong lessons, and seminars to passengers aboard ship during her tenure as a Guest Instructor.