Tai Chi Chuan Martial Power

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781594392948
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The study of tai chi power (tai chi jin) is the second level in the study of tai chi as a martial art. This book focuses on the theory and principles of tai chi's amazing power (jing), which will lead to deeper martial skills, proper body alignment, rooting, and energy (qi) manifestation. It provides a solid and practical approach to learning with multiple photographs and detailed instructions for each technique.--Publisher.

Tai Chi Chuan Martial Power

Author: Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
Editor: YMAA Publication Center, Inc.
ISBN: 159439296X
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DISCOVER THE POWER INSIDE TAI CHI POSTURES Here’s your chance to take the next step in your tai chi journey The study of tai chi power is a direct link to tai chi as a martial art. When you finish learning the tai chi form and begin the second level of your practice, it’s time to focus your efforts on theory and principles of tai chi’s amazing power (jing). This will lead you to deeper martial skills, proper body alignment, rooting, and energy (qi) manifestation. An effective way to enhance health, strength, and balance Tai chi’s natural power contributes to your overall health and well-being by training your body to be stronger. You will explore many tai chi postures, revealing the essence of stability, motion, and power. With these skills you can remain confident that the natural strength of your tai chi movements will support your everyday activities. This book provides a solid and practical approach to learning tai chi power (jing) accurately and quickly. Includes over 300 photographs with motion arrows! • 12 coiling qi exercises • 3 types of sensing jing • 16 types of offensive jing • 19 types of defensive jing • 4 types of neutral jing • 11 types of kicking jing • 14 hand forms for accumulating jing • 8 postures for accumulating jing • 15 tai chi classics with translations and commentaries Discovering tai chi’s natural power is a practical way to improve pushing-hands, strength, health, and overall well-being. These skills can help you retain lifelong energy and vitality while experiencing fewer falls and injuries.

Tai Chi Theory Martial Power

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781886969438
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A must for advanced students, this book is the next level in training for those who have learned the Tai Chi form and begun pushing hands practice. It is the first book in English to fully explore Tai Chi power, known as Jin. This is a valuable reference for the growing number of dedicated Tai Chi practitioners.

Tai Chi Chin Na

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781594393075
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Tai chi chin na will help you include martial art grappling skills in your tai chi training. This book provides a solid and practical approach to learning specific techniques that flow from each movement, the proper hand forms to use when striking or pressing cavities, and the locations for targeting cavities on the body.--

Chi Kung For Tai Chi Chuan

Author: Dr Jwing-Ming Yang, PH.D.
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ISBN: 9780940871236
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Complements the book of the same title. Illustrates health promoting Chinese Qigong (Chi Kung) exercises for beginners or advanced students.

Tai Chi Secrets Of The Yang Style

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781886969094
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Uncover long-held secrets of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, passed down from generation to generation of Tai Chi masters.

The Power Of Internal Martial Arts And Chi

Author: Bruce Frantzis
Editor: Blue Snake Books
ISBN: 9781583941904
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"Explains how awareness and development of chi gives internal martial arts their power and strength, contains full instructions on the Taoist system Nei Gung, describes how specific martial arts use chi, includes stories about masters. The new edition adds a new foreword, new introduction by author, practical explanations on spiritual traditions of the internal martial arts, index"--Provided by publisher.

Tai Chi Push Hands

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
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ISBN: 9781594396458
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Push Hands is the "other" part of tai chi that makes your practice a true living art Tai chi push hands practice is a necessary next step for tai chi practitioners who wish to make their art come alive. Push hands practice requires two people to engage in a variety of "light touch" moving and walking routines. By practicing these movements, practitioners begin to develop tai chi's sensing, listening, and yielding skills. The Dao De Jing classic reminds us that "knowing others (an opponent) is important for knowing ourselves". By developing tai chi push hand skills, one begins to obtain a profound sense of feeling of ones' body and mind. This ability aids greatly in controlling body, balance, health, perseverance, compassion, and overall spirit.

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781594391996
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Tai Chi Ball Qigong training is a long established method for increasing the body's physical power and Qi (energy). This training strengthens the torso, bones, muscles, ligaments, and improves root and balance. It helps with concentration and alertness, and teaches you how to lead and manifest Qi, which is key for martial power. Tai Chi Ball Qigong is good for all ages and any martial art style.

Tai Chi Chuan

Author: Shou-Yu Liang
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781886969339
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24 and 48 postures with martial applications.

Tai Chi Chuan Martial Applications

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: Martial Arts-Internal
ISBN: 9781886969445
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For beginners and advanced tai chi players, the 24 and 48 postures.

Power Of Internal Martial Arts

Author: Bruce Kumar Frantzis
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781556432538
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Demonstrates and explores the difference between the internal and external martial arts, explaining how the manipulation and development of chi can reduce stress, heal disease, and balance the emotions

Elements Of Power

Author: Christopher Dow
Editor: Phosphene Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780998631646
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Tai Chi Chuan is an art that adheres to natural laws, and its operating principles and practices can be found in myriad objects, activities, scientific fundamentals, and engineering applications. In Elements of Power, Christoper Dow explores a number of the fascinating connections that can be drawn between Tai Chi and the physical world around us, opening new dimentions to the art. The lessons of Elements of Power can apply to any Tai Chi form, and the book will appeal to anyone¿beginner and more experienced practitioner alike¿who wishes a deeper understanding of this fascinating and timeless martial art.

Power Body

Author: Tom Seabourne
Editor: Ymaa Publications
ISBN: 9781886969766
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Discover the martial artist's way to achieving and maintaining ultimate fitness from a leading expert in sports physiology.

Tai Chi Sword Classical Yang Style

Author: Jwing-Ming Yang
Editor: YMAA Publication Center, Inc.
ISBN: 1594392862
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Reach for the Highest Level of Tai Chi Practice You can achieve the highest level of tai chi practice by including tai chi sword in your training regimen. Here's your chance to take the next step in your tai chi journey Once you have attained proficiency in the bare hand form and have gained listening and sensing skills from pushing hands, you are ready for tai chi sword. The elegant and effective techniques of traditional tai chi sword Tai chi sword will help you control your qi, refine your tai chi skills, and master yourself. You will strengthen and relax your body, calm and focus your mind, improve your balance, and develop proper tai chi breathing. This book provides a solid and practical approach to learning tai chi sword accurately and quickly. Includes over 500 photographs with motion arrows! • Historical overview of tai chi sword • Fundamentals, including hand forms and footwork • Generating power with the sword • 12 tai chi sword breathing exercises • 30 key tai chi sword techniques with applications • 12 fundamental tai chi sword solo drills • Complete 54-movement Yang Tai Chi Sword sequence • 48 martial applications from the tai chi sword sequence • 10 tai chi sword 2-person matching drills No matter your age, tai chi sword is a wonderful way to improve your health and well-being. Tai Chi Chuan is one of the more popular health activities practiced today. According to the NCCAM div. of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, between 2.3–3 million people practice tai chi in the United States. Recommended by healthcare professionals, practiced for pleasure, fitness, or martial arts; by young and old alike, tai chi creates a vast community of people practicing for many different reasons. Many students expand their practice to include the Tai Chi Sword. It’s fun, builds strength, and develops concentration and focus. Tai chi sword is integral to the long-term study of tai chi and qigong. This revised edition of our classic book on Tai Chi Sword includes a new modern, easy-to-follow layout; each movement is presented in 4-6 large photographs with lucid instructions on how to perform them; shows martial applications to help get the angles correct. Other sections offer a brief history of Tai Chi Sword, fundamental training routines, and qigong exercises to connect your Tai Chi Sword practice to your internal health.

Tai Chi Chuan

Author: Douglas Lee
Editor: Black Belt Communications
ISBN: 9780897500449
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Douglas Lee, a tai chi practitioner for more than 20 years, covers the history and philosophy of the art, general principles of movement, solo exercises, push-hands sparring, applications, tai chi weapons and more.

Tai Chi Peng Root Power Rising

Author: Scott Meredith
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781495311055
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Tai Chi PENG Root Power Rising describes the theory and practice of the most characteristic internal energy of the universally popular Chinese Tai Chi Chuan martial art. A full set of practical exercises is presented and illustrated, and the original Chinese source texts that define PENG energy are accompanied by new translations and analysis.

Complete Tai Chi Chuan

Author: Dan Docherty
Editor: Crowood
ISBN: 1847979173
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Complete Tai Chi Chuan is the first book in English to deal extensively with the concepts of 'inside the door' training and the inner art, including therapeutic and martial aspects of Taoist internal alchemy. Drawing on original historical research, the author identifies the links between the art and Chinese philosophy. Fully illustrated throughout, the book includes: history, theory and philosophy, hand form, practical training, inside the door' training techniques, working with weapons and competition.

The Complete Book Of Tai Chi Chuan

Author: Kiew Kit, Wong
Editor: Cosmos Internet (Publishing Division)
ISBN:
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Master the ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi Chuan with this informative guide. One of the most popular Chinese martial arts, Tai Chi Chuan is also one of the most effective stress relievers available. In China it is also used extensively for the prevention and treatment of illnesses, and its beneficial effects for health and fitness are now widely recognized in the West. The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan is a comprehensive and fascinating guide to the practical application and potential benefits of Tai Chi Chuan. Packed with step-by-step illustrations for practice at home, this tai chi guide covers everything you would want to know about this ancient art, including its benefits for mental, spiritual and emotional development. This tai chi book is both an ideal introductory guide and an invaluable reminder for those who have already taken classes. Topics in The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan include: Tai Chi Chuan as a Martial ArtThe Concept of Yin-Yang and Tai Chi ChuanThe Historical Development of the Various StylesAdvice from the Great MastersTechniques and Skills of Pushing HandsSpecific Techniques for Combat SituationsTaoism and Spiritual Development in Tai Chi ChuanAnd many more

The Chi Revolution

Author: Bruce Frantzis
Editor: Blue Snake Books
ISBN: 9781583941935
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Revolution is generally considered something external, explosive. In this book, Bruce Frantzis, renowned chi master and author, challenges readers to embark on an inner revolution to reclaim joy and happiness in life, reverse the effects of aging and release their stress and negative emotions. Chi adepts can consciously feel and work with all the acupuncture meridians, internal organs and other structures in their own bodies. Yet these are skills that most Westerners would consider to be something out of science fiction and absolutely impossible to achieve in real life. Drawing on forty years of training in ancient Chinese practices, Frantzis provides readers with new and startling insights about how life-force energy—chi—can help them achieve enduring health and wellbeing. “The smooth, balanced flow of your life-force energy is the single most important determinant to your health, vitality and happiness,” he says. Instead of the “no pain, no gain,” mantra of our over-caffeinated, stressed out culture, Frantzis gives readers energetic fitness exercises that comprise the unique Chi Rev Workout™. These transformative exercises teach readers to activate and strengthen their chi and to relax their nervous systems. “The more you relax, the more health, stamina and strength you will have,” says Frantzis. Frantzis reveals how once closely guarded and ancient secrets of chi are the power behind: —Spirituality, prayer and meditation. —Acupuncture and the potent self-healing methods of chi gung (qigong) and Taoist yoga. —Enhanced sexual vitality and intimate relationships. —Internal martial arts, such as tai chi. —Divination methods of the I Ching.