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Master Ziji explains the kick technique and routine for new students.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang shows us exercises on how to open meridians and stimulate energy. You may also like The Business of a Wudang Master and Wudang Student – Way of Dao Opening Hip Blocks Wudang High Kicks Posture Help Relax: Stretching and Qi Gong Exercises Learning Tai Chi Basics How to Warm Up Before Practice Bajiquan Part 5 Xing Yi Quan Part 8...
Master Yuan Xiu Gang explains how to open your hip blocks.
Correct posture explained and how to practice the kicks.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang speaks about the internal development and the relationship between student and master.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang is explaining why and how we should warm-up. Emotional states and everything around the practice is explained!
The basic exercises are important before you dig deeper in the Wudang Tai Chi and Kung Fu exercises. They promote health, flexibility and strength training for beginners.
Mǎ Bù = horse stance
Gōng Bù = bow stance
Xiē Bù = resting stance
Pǔ Bù = flat stance
Xū Bù = empty stance
This episode contains the parry movement which is similar to french fencing.
In this section Master Ziji (Michael Weichhardt) shows the transition to the three jumps.
Master Ziji introduces the next section of the Eight Immortal Sword form.
The next movement consists of high and lower postures and two times Tan Tui. Master Ziji shows the section from many different angles.
Master Ziji shows us the inconvenient leg step which is also used in the Ba Xian Gun (Immortal Staff) form.
Information about the Yuan Xiu Gang seminar here: