Tsang Lu Taiji 蒼鷺太極 open close, empty full, swallow spit, move with awareness 基於開合、虛實與吞吐 的知覺運動 Named after “the heron” embodying many of its qualities, a traditional approach based on sound fundamental methods of the past, for the reality of the present. “The Heron, is comfortable in a space that is neither here nor there. “ […]
The way the body is arranged forms a spherical body. The mind and body are used to form the sphere. Intention the connection medium between physical and non physical. A spherical body is formed. […]
An interesting demo, one that I feel illustrates wave theory and wave harmonics. When we talk of waves its important to understand what a wave is and why its a different way of transmitting energy” slowed down 4x. Many questions arise when viewing demos of this nature. Often the suggestion is that its faked or the […]
Chinese Martial Art styles (CMA) can be looked at in many ways. Strategies or principles are “the way trained skills are used” Tactics or skill sets, developed to enable strategies to be used. They define “what is trained to gain a skill” Movement embodies the over all method mind/body method that employ “the type of […]
Wang Yongquan, Chonglu’s son, was interested in martial arts since childhood and when seven started to study Buku (“wrestling” in Manchu language) and became very sturdy and his movements were strong and vigorous. At the age of eight he often accompanied father to Yang’s house. Mr.Jianhou liked Yongquan as he was a very bright kid […]
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意念 Often people ask about where they should put their mind, it should not be on ones self, the other or on the contact point…the writings of the Zen Master, talks in terms of sword practice, in principle its the same idea for the same reasons. The practice of taiji frees ones mind, and body. […]