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Seventh movement set of Ba Gua Zhang! Informative step by step tutorial with Bernhard and Master Ziji!
Hold your horses here! If you want a traditional school, you have found it! It is not usual in traditional schools to tell you everything from the beginning. Why should the master even teach you? Just because you paid a lot of money? That is not how tradition works in China. In the San Feng lineage, one must prove himself to be of good personality and dedication to the lineage to improve oneself. Whining about your lessons by demanding it will not help you when the master has no interest in teaching you that may be a sign to get your “things” (almost said a bad word) together.
Master Chen Shiyu repeats with us the four basic Fajin movements, the continuous practice will reduce strain on tendons and muscles.
Ba Gua, the eight trigrams, are denoted by symbols named 爻 (Yáo). 爻 is drawn as an odd diagram (奇畫, also referred to as the Yang symbol, 陽爻) or even diagram(偶畫, also referred to as Yin symbol, 陰爻). Combined in pairs represent 四象 (this can relate to the four directions or the corresponding mythical beasts, or each corresponds to two of the eight trigrams, 太陰, 少陽, 少陰, 太陽, grouped by the composition of Yin and Yang). With an additional symbol, the diagrams consisting of three symbols make the Ba Gua. The three symbols correspond respectively to “sky above, earth below, and human in the middle.”
Hello Sifu Ziji, can you recommend any books about Ba Gua Zhang (english or german)? I stumbled a cross this book here https://www.amazon.de/dp/3902735899/?coliid=I2ADMEEMQVA443&colid=29HQV77YYDGX2&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it I want to back up the practical training here with the background theories to the style plus check out the quans on a theoretical level. Thanks and greetings! Category: General Discussion Write a Comment
Hello everybody, my name is Jason and I am a master student of Hung Gar Gung Fu (Lam Family). I practiced Greek-Roman Wrestling, Taekwondo, Shorin Ji Ryu Karate in the past and I love martial arts and I am very interested in the internal arts that are taught at the Wudang Academy. I have some practice in Chen style Tai Ji and I have learned the 8 brocades (Qi Gong). Ever since… Read More
Hi everyone I was wondering if warming up is required before practicing Qigong, Tai Chi, or Kung Fu? Also was wondering what is appropriate for each if it’s recommended . Thanks in advance. Drew S. Category: General Discussion Write a Comment
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Master Chen Shiyu explains the first movements of Tai He Quan in this video.
This video contains a small discussion about "Dantian movement" and the connection with Fajin.
Hello! I think this topic made me thinking since our training sessions are always very difficult, yet very rewarding for everybody – me included. So I hope this help you understand a little and enjoy the hardship of Wudang training. My new article about this: https://wudang.academy/stressful-training-how-to-approach/ Category: General Discussion Write a Comment