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12 Animals Xingyi Staff & Spear

12 Animals Xingyi Staff & Spear: Xingyi is an internal style of Chinese Martial Arts akin to Tai Chi and Bagua. It is based on the five elements so that each element is expressed as a characteristic combat technique. These elements are combined to form twelve more techniques that emulate the fighting skills of the animals. Xingyi is still implemented by modern military and police for combat training. It is also very popular for health cultivation since its guiding five element theory is parallel to that of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

This unique Xingyi form is for long pole weapons. The staff is a long tapered staff, sometimes referred to as a rattail staff. The spear is very similar in design, only a spearhead and tassel have been added to the weapon. 5 Element Xingyi Staff & Spear is the first form. 12 Animals Xingyi Staff & Spear is the second form.

Xingyi Staff & Spear is demonstrated by Grandmaster Shou-Yu Liang, Master Helen Liang, Master Tony Chen and Master He Tao. Together, these masters break down all the movements into easy-to-learn lessons and basic line drills (Xingyi linking sequences), as well as reveal the applications for combat.

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Bagua and Tai Chi: Exploring the Potential of Chi, Martial Arts, Meditation and the I Ching [Paperback]

In Bagua and Tai Chi, noted teacher Bruce Frantzis demonstrates through these two important practices what is required to develop and embody high levels of chi flow. Inside the slow-motion movements of tai chi is a sophisticated mind/body/spirit practice. Derived from the I Ching (Book of Changes), bagua is unique in its circular movements, spiraling energy, and unpredictable changes of direction.
 
Frantzis begins with an overview of both bagua and tai chi and their origins in Chinese culture, followed by comprehensive advice on how to incorporate these practices into daily Western life. Written in an easy, conversational style, the book provides an explanation of an art that is practiced by millions in China to release stress and maintain a vigorous level of health. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), the 2.3 million Americans who currently practice tai chi report improved sleep, conditioning, and overall wellness. Bagua and Tai Chi offers a gentle healing and strengthening system that will appeal to a wide audience, including martial artists, meditators, dancers and athletes, personal trainers, and anyone looking to reduce stress and increase calmness and clarity through an effective, low-impact body practice.
 
 

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Bodymind Healing Psychotherapy: Ancient Pathways to Modern Health [Perfect Paperback]

Drawing from 30 years of training in Tai Chi and Qigong with some of the most respected masters of these traditions, Dr. Mayer shows how to integrate the essence of these practices into psychotherapy and into our healthcare without ever doing a Tai Chi/Qigong movement, and without mentioning a word about Qigong. From this co-founder of an integrated medical clinic and award-winning author in the field of mind-body healthcare, you ll see how this integrative approach contributes to alleviate the current healthcare crisis. Ancient and modern, East and West, psychotherapy and mind-body medicine are amalgamated to make a stronger integrative medicine. Theory, research, and case illustrations are blended as you learn bodymind healing methods for anxiety, chronic pain, hypertension, insomnia, trauma, and other common issues plaguing the modern world. You ll learn how to use a variety of ancient pathways to help heal the mind and body such as: Chinese medicine approaches including Qigong and acupressure self-touch Innovative symbolic process methods stemming from age-old mythic storytelling, guided imagery, and breathing techniques Methods drawn from ancient traditions of meditation and postural initiation This book is oriented to mental health workers, health professionals, and members of the lay public who are interested in self-healing methods for physical and mental health. Bodymind Healing Psychotherapy is Volume II of The Tao of Bodymind Healing Series. Volume 1 was Secrets to Living Younger Longer: The Self-healing Path of Qigong, Standing Meditation and Tai Chi..
 
 

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Chen Style Tai Chi – Single Broadsword

 

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi Eight Methods – DVD

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Chen Style Tai Chi Introductory Form

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi New Frame First Routine

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi New Frame Second Routine

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi Old Frame First Routine

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi Old Frame Second Routine

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi Single Sword 49 Steps

 

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Chen Style Tai Chi Thirteen Long Pole

 

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Competition Push Hand Application

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Dragon and Tiger Medical Qigong, Volume 1: Develop Health and Energy in 7 Simple Movements [Paperback]

Practiced by millions in China to release stress and maintain robust health, Dragon and Tiger qigong is also used to help prevent and heal cancer and to mitigate the effects of radiation and chemotherapy. Frantzis chose Dragon and Tiger from among several hundred sets he researched because its seven simple movements are easy to learn and offer about 80 percent of the health benefits found in the more complex sets of 50–100 movements.

Dragon and Tiger qigong uses simple body movements to accomplish the same chi balancing as acupuncture. Each movement is designed to stimulate not just a single meridian but groups of meridians. In Chinese medicine, the tiger is a metaphor for a strong, healthy liver and powerful muscles, and the dragon is a metaphor for healthy and strong lungs. The Dragon and Tiger form accomplishes three major changes in the body necessary for healing: it releases stagnant chi energy; increases the speed, strength, and evenness of the circulation of chi, blood, and other fluids; and quickly raises the body’s energy levels to boost its natural healing capacities. With over 150 illustrations accompanying clear, thorough instructions, Dragon and Tiger Medical Qigong offers an accessible and effective path to health and healing. 

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Fundamental Yiquan and Qigong DVD

An internal arts veteran of more than 40 years, Fong Ha presents the fundatmentals of Yiquan and Qigong. Includes introduction and demonstration of the postures. The teaching format includes repetition of the individual movements with front, back and side views, with one of the views shown simultaneously in a window. Great for practicing alone when you need help to remember the postures.

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Harvard Medical School’s Guide to Tai Chi

 
Conventional medical science on the Chinese art of Tai Chi now shows what Tai Chi masters have known for centuries: regular practice leads to more vigor and flexibility, better balance and mobility, and a sense of well-being. Cutting-edge research from Harvard Medical School also supports the long-standing claims that Tai Chi also has a beneficial impact on the health of the heart, bones, nerves and muscles, immune system, and the mind. This research provides fascinating insight into the underlying physiological mechanisms that explain how Tai Chi actually works.Dr. Peter M. Wayne, a longtime Tai Chi teacher and a researcher at Harvard Medical School, developed and tested protocols similar to the simplified program he includes in this book, which is suited to people of all ages, and can be done in just a few minutes a day. This book includes:

   • The basic program, illustrated by more than 50 photographs
   • Practical tips for integrating Tai Chi into everyday activities
   • An introduction to the traditional principles of Tai Chi
   • Up-to-date summaries of the research literature on the health benefits of Tai Chi
   • How Tai Chi can enhance work productivity, creativity, and sports performance
   • And much more

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Simplified Tai Chi Chuan With Applications

The 24 Forms and the 48 Forms. BETTER HEALTH IN 20 MINUTES A DAY!Learn two of the most popular forms of Tai Chi Chuan, the ancient Chinese martial art which is often described as ‘moving meditation’. The ‘Simplified’ 24-posture form is taught and demonstrated by Master Liang, Shou-Yu, with martial fighting applications. The form is shown from several angles, with breathing instructions. The Standard 48-posture form is also demonstrated. In only 20 minutes a day, you can gain the health benefits of Tai Chi Chuan: increased strength and energy, better balance, and improved bodily awareness. Excellent for beginning students, those who want a low-impact alternative to jogging or aerobics, and those with limited time for exercise.Special Features: Over 100 Chapter sections • Narration: English or French • Multi-Language Menus and Subtitles: English, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, & French • History of Tai Chi Chuan sections • Slideshows of Master Liang demonstrating correct posture alignment • Interactive YMAA Product Catalog with previews of all YMAA video titles.150 minutes – color/ DVD9 – NTSC -All Regions

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Stillness In MovementStillness in Movement: The practice of T’ai-Chi Ch’uan

A T’ai-Chi veteran of more than 40 years, Fong Ha presents Yang style 108 postures. Includes introduction and demonstration of the postures. The teaching format includes repetition of the individual movements with front, back and side views, with one of the views shown simultaneously in a window. Concludes with a demonstration.

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Taiji 13 Postures

All of the taijiquan skills originate from variations and combinations of the Taiji Thirteen Postures. This is the essence of taijiquan, the key that unlocks the secret of all taijiquan. These thirteen basic skills are the foundation of all taijiquan skills.

The simplified Taiji Thirteen Postures routine provides an easy framework for beginner taijiquan practitioners to better understand the basics of Taiji Thirteen Postures. It is a perfect guide for practitioners to better understand the essence of all taijiquan styles. Taiji Thirteen Postures are beautiful when performed and every movement is highly practical in its application. It can be practiced for health, fitness, performance or self defence applications.

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Taiji Sword and Other Writings [Paperback]

A longtime student of the taiji grand master Yang Cheng-Fu, Chen Wei-Ming became famous himself as a scholar, martial artist, and proponent of the Yang style of t’ai chi. In the 1920s, he wrote a number of influential books on taiji, among them Taiji Sword (1927), which detailed a rare method of fencing. Translated here for the first time, this book serves as both a historical document and a training manual for an increasingly popular sport.
 

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