open close, empty full, swallow, spit, move with awareness
Named after the Heron
Tsang Lu, combines Taiji theory and movement, with the unique foot work and long arm of Tibetan White Crane. Focusing on developing functional usage based awareness, though integrated mind and body movement.
Developed in Hsinchu, TW.
Core movements and strategies of the style based on
Taiji as taught by Master Zhang Youngliang, 张永良,
Tibetan White Crane as taught by Shifu Mike Staples
“The Heron, is comfortable in a space that is neither here nor there. “
Tsang Lu, is designed to operate in the in-between space of the long, middle, and short ranges, that many martial systems specialize in, taking advantage of gaps within the spaces that others are not aware of.
David Davis, based on his lifelong involvement and practice of Chinese Martial Arts, combining core movements of Tibetan White Crane and Taiji .
Professor T.J. Yeh , A Taiji practitioner of many years with a deep understanding of Taiji theory and applied physics.