As recently discussed in this post, Zhan Zhuang is an important pillar in internal martial arts. But what skills does Zhan Zhuang actually bring to Taiji practitioners? We want to go into that today. Feel and recognize Yin and Yang Through the continuous practice of Zhan Zhuang, we become aware of areas of tension. Like others train for more strength, we train Zhan Zhuang on the way of relaxation. Constant standing means… Read More
Master Yuan Xiu Gang leading a Zhan Zhuang class: What is Zhan Zhuang? Zhan Zhuang is one of the most important pillars in the inner martial art of Wudang. This exercise is a relaxed standing with open arms and shoulders. In Wudang, it is one of the Qi Gong exercises that everyone should do every day. Why do we stand? For beginners, Zhan Zhuang is important to feel the tension in the… Read More
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Master Yuan Xiu Gang explains how to open your hip blocks.
Correct posture explained and how to practice the kicks.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang explains important points for Tai Chi Quan practice. Suitable tutorial for beginners.
Our seminar with master Yuan Xiu Gang finished with great success and deeper understanding of the Wudang doctrines. The tradition is important for achieving success and improvement in life.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang is showing ways how to improve the relaxation by stretching the tendons and implement this into the Qi Gong practice.
Master Yuan Xiu Gang speaks about the internal development and the relationship between student and master.
Chapter 56 follows the principles of equality. We asked Master Yuan Xiu Gang about the deeper meaning.
“The valley spirit does not die, it is called the invisible mother.”
“The gate of the invisible mother is the root of heaven and earth.”
“Formless but appears to exist, use it and it never depletes.”
We held the interview completely in Chinese and then constructed a translation with our translator who is a native speaker and Coach in our academy and follower of the Daoist doctrines for many years.