Ba Gua Zhang

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Baguazhang Eight Form (Final)

With this eight form the full Baguazhang movement set is complete....

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Baguazhang Seventh Form

Master Ziji shows the seventh form of the Baguazhang set!...

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Baguazhang Sixth Form

The strike in the sixth form resembles a spear attack. Master Ziji is explaining the movement from various angles....

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Baguazhang Fifth Form

Master Ziji is explaining the fifth form set of Baguazhang in three parts, each individual part is shown in different angles....

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Baguazhang Fourth Form

The fourth form of the Baguazhang set, explained in detail and from various angles....

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Baguazhang Third Form

In the third form we learn how to control the Tan Tui kick and go back into Xiebu. Master Ziji is showing every step from various angles....

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Baguazhang Second Form

Master Ziji is explaining the second form of the Baguazhang movement set, and also finishes the first day of this seminar....

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Baguazhang Opening and First Form

We start with the Baguazhang tutorials! First Master Ziji explains the opening and then proceeds with the first form!...

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Beginning with Baguazhang – Introduction and Basic Steps

This is the Beginning of our Baguazhang series! We start with an introduction of the main elements and explain the basic steps....

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Baguazhang – The Circle of Life

After Tai Ji Quan, Ba Gua Zhang is the most famous style of internal martial arts in China. Ba = 8, Gua = oracle sign, trigram, Zhang = palm, open hand; Ba Gua Zhang, therefore, means “martial art of the 8 trigrams”. As in Tai Ji Quan, inner energy is also generated and cultivated here and the use of raw […]

Ba Gua Zhang – Full Series

The full Baguazhang series of 2019

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Chinese Martial Arts: Baguazhang

Baguazhang is derived from the philosophy of I Ching. Practitioners move in eight directions represented by eight trigrams: Qian, Kan, Gen, Zhen, Xun, Li, Kun and Dui. Practitioners should keep walking in circles with swinging and hooking steps, and strike with different palm positions.

Ba Gua Zhang – Circle Walking

Wudang Baguazhang consists of eight sequences of movements that are circular in both directions. The translation of the individual forms can be found here!

Ba Gua Zhang Eight Movement (Final)

The final movement of the Ba Gua Zhang form set! Step by step by Master Ziji.

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Ba Gua Zhang Seventh Form 磨盤掌 Mò Pán Zhǎng

Seventh movement set of Ba Gua Zhang! Informative step by step tutorial with Bernhard and Master Ziji!

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Ba Gua Zhang – Palms of the Eight Trigrams

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.”

Ba Gua Zhang Sixth Quan

The sixth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang Fifth Quan

The fifth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang Fourth Quan

The fourth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang Third Quan

The third form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang Second Quan

The second form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang First Quan

The first form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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Ba Gua Zhang Basic Steps

This is the first video about Baguazhang! Master Ziji explains how to make a Bagua circle and the basic principles of the steps and the directions.

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