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Monthly Archives: May 2018

San Feng Tai Ji Jian (Tai Chi Sword) Episode 7

Showing you new movements about our Tai Chi Sword form from different angles! Get ready for these new sword series!...

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Hi everybody, I am very easy to suffer light strains (pulled muscles, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strain_(injury) ) in my legs, so I would like to see if I can get any advice on helping the recovery and on preventing the problem as much as possible. Typically I pull muscles when I run, and always in my calf or behind the thigh. I always do significant stretching before running, which helped a lot to reduce the… Read More


Hi everybody, my name is Davide Vecchi, 51 years old Italian from Denmark. My interest for Chinese martial arts comes from my admiration for the Tao philosophy that started many years ago when I stumbled upon Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”, thanks to which I found out about the Tao Te Ching and the Taoist classics. I also keep Traditional Chinese Medicine in high regard, also due to its success in… Read More


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hi have just joined been doing taichi for 40 years have been looking at the buanjin exercises well the first 3 where are the others please? Category: Newcomers Write a Comment

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Exploring the Limits of Internal Arts

People are okay in general by judging themselves and others and putting them and themselves in a place which they perceive as right.¬†Because this worldview stagnates the growth, problems may occur once physical or mental conditions change. Welcome to the path of Taoist practice! We breathe and live but most of the essential things we do subconsciously¬†without realizing its importance. The key of these important things is the natural order in which… Read More


Hello all, as you may be aware I have begun learning the Wudang version of the Baduanjin Qi Gong.  I have previously learned a couple of other versions and I am aware that there are many other variations, however they are all loosely based around the same principles for each move. I must say that I can feel my chi more with the Wudang version in most moves.  Having now got the… Read More


Hello all, just a few lines to introduce myself…  I am a 49 year old male originally from England, though at the moment I’m living in Germany.  I currently practice the Wu Family 108 hand form (square and round) and some Wu style Qi Gong.  Before that I learned the Cheng Man Ching 37, and did lots of Post Standing.  I also used a different 8 Brocades to help recover from a… Read More