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 martial arts schools (even in China) which are knowledgeable in this topic. The Fundamentals Everyone may practice internal martial arts, but one must understand that it is also a way of living…. Read More
Wudang martial arts on Wudang Mountain today are a compilation of remnant bits and pieces from around China. One of the boxing methods considered pure and representative of the Wudang System is known as Taiyi Wuxingquan. Taiyi Wuxing Quan Taiyi Wuxing Quan (太乙五行拳) or in its full name “Wudang Taiyi Qin Pu 23 Postures” (武当太乙擒扑二十三势) or Liangyi Quan (两仪拳), this set of Wudang Practice was practiced and popularized by Aisin Gioro Pu… Read More
Master Ziji explains Tai Ji cloud hands practice and how the internal focus is related to the external movement. Also, an important aspect is the head and feet relation and how it influences your up and down movement. This fundamental knowledge is necessary to further advance in the internal arts.