“Human beings follow the pattern of Earth; Earth follows the pattern of Heaven; the Dao patterns heaven; Dao follows Nature.” Survival is the most fundamental need of human beings. The question of how to improve the quality of life, improve… Read More ›
Month: July 2017
Grasping the essence of internal martial arts is something that may happen along the way of endless physical and mental concentration practice. Today I want to bring the principles of internal martial arts closer to practitioners. There are not many… Read More ›
Comfortable lightweight Taiji uniform for hot climates with straight frog buttons in the front consisting of a short-sleeved shirt and pants. The practical cut allows great flexibility (splits, and high kicks). Unisex Cotton/linen material Custom-made Two front pockets (optional) 3/4 sleeves… Read More ›
Master Ziji (Michael Weichhardt) designed this Daoist Robe for hot climates, while the uniform loses a bit in traditional design it manages to keep the typical Daoist fashion. Another reason for developing this uniform is to have more hand and… Read More ›
Step by step explanations of Fu Hu Quan - Taming the Tiger. This post consists of three videos and teaches Fu Hu Quan in a very slow pace for beginners. Master Ziji performs each step from different angles.
Concepts Taiji is an ancient Chinese system of exercise for people of all ages that can prevent and cure disease. It promotes health and is also an effective form of self-defense. The circular movements of Taiji are non-strenuous, soft and flowing. It is often… Read More ›
Taiji is an internal training method that was created by the great Daoist priest and immortal, Zhang San Feng at Wudang Mountain. When people discuss Taiji, they are referring to Taijiquan or the forms practice involved in Taiji. However, in Wudang, Taijiquan is considered a… Read More ›
Influenced by Daoist religion and philosophy, ancient Chinese people invented many methods for cultivating essential nature and eternal life for longevity and immortality: Dao Yin; Tu Na; sitting meditation; observing the inner body and the mind; five animal play; and, many ceremonial forms of Daoist rituals. These all contributed… Read More ›
Ji Ben Quan 基本拳 is the first basic fist set for long term students in Wudang. Ji Ben Quan promotes balance and position strength that is required for any other Wudang forms. All important basic postures are included (Mabu, Gombu, Pubu,…...