Justin Meehan has spent 50 years in the martial arts, and more than 45 years studying Taijiquan and Chinese Kung Fu (Siu Lum, Hung Gar, Wing Chun, Praying Mantis, etc.). He is an attorney practicing in St. Louis, and serves as the President of the Chinese Internal Arts Association and St. Louis Taoist Research and Resource Forum. He was the first person to introduce and teach Chinese Kung Fu in the state of Missouri.
He was a member of the first U.S. Sports Delegation invited to study the original Chen style of Taiji in Beijing, under Master Feng Zhiqiang in 1981. He also brought a number of his students to China in January of 2007 to celebrate Master Feng's 80th birthday and to participate in the First International Hun Yuan Conference marking the inauguration of the first system that incorporated Taiji and Qigong together.
In addition to teaching Taiji, Sifu Justin is a well-known author on the subject of Martial Arts with over 50 articles printed in the leading Tai Chi and Martial Arts Magazines and the book The Ultimate Guide to Tai Chi. He is included in GrandMaster Liang Shou Yu's book, Kung Fu Elements and is featured in the 2008 International Directory, Extraordinary Chinese Martial Artists of the World.
In addition to Taiji, Sifu Justin also teaches Qigong, which he has studied for over 30 years. He has studied Buddhist, Taoist, Er Mei, Esoteric Chan Mi, Health Maintanance, and Hun Yuan systems. He currently teaches the system of Master Feng Zhiqiang also referred to as Xin Yi Hun Yuan (which combines Chen Taiji, Xin Yi, Traditional Chinese Medical theory, and Taoist Qigong). His award-winning website is www.StLTaiji.com.