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Taiji Master Class with Dr Shen Hongxun

I used to translate for him and often had to write quite quickly to keep up with what he was saying, so most of my notes were not very legible :-). I give them here as I’ve written them down, so sometimes the sentences are short and possibly some things will not be clear to people who didn’t study with ...

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10 Tai Chi Moves for Beginners – 14 Minute Daily Taiji Routine – YouTube

These are my favorite 10 Tai Chi Chuan Movements for Tai Chi warmup, tai chi cool down, practicing tai chi in nature, and overall health and wellness! Tai ji quan is known for it’s health benefits as well as a Martial Arts self defense system. Join My Online School for $5 a month or $50 a year: http://subscriptions.viddler.com/Jake… Article and ...

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What Does Taiji Training Include? | YMAA.COM

Taiji has been evolving for more than seven hundred years, and it is very difficult to state just exactly what makes up the art. The content of the art has varied from one generation to the next. For example, one generation might specialize in the taiji spear, and gradually come to ignore other aspects of the art, such as the ...

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Welcome to Taiji – YouTube

WELCOME TO TAIJI A 25-minute video exposing the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji Japan. Made by Ric O’Barry and Diana Thater for One Voice. Sound recording … Article and Image courtesy of youtube.com  

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4 Methods of Dongyue Taiji — Part 2 – YouTube

Dongyue Taiji was declared by China to be the “Taiji for the new millennium“ when unveiled on January 1, 2000. Despite being a new innovation, Dongyue Taiji is firmly rooted in traditional principles with a heavy emphasis on basics. This issue is available for purchase online: http://www.martialartsmart.com/kf-200… Article and Image courtesy of youtube.com  

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Yang Family Fajin by Adam Mizner – Discover Taiji

An article by Adam Mizner The idea of fajin is highly debated in Taijiquan circles, where some consider it the be all and end all of taiji quan skill, while others who have never experienced it, consider it a fallacy. In truth, fajin is a fundamental method of taijiquan. No matter what one might think or argue, the fact remains ...

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YIN QIANHE’S TAIJI | Brennan Translation

There was obviously a serious initial intention to publish, since the trouble was taken to produce photos, though it is not clear that it was ever even completed as a manuscript, and we have been left with only a “chapter fourteen”. We could reasonably assume he would have used the same prefaces that appear in his Baduanjin and Taiji Sword ...

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Moving Health Tai Chi Vancouver Qigong

Overview Based on the Sun Style of Tai Chi, this scientifically researched program was developed specifically for people with arthritis. This simplified form of Tai Ch is also suitable for anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes, back pain, fibromyalgia, balance issues and osteoporosis, or for those who simply want to improve their overall health, fitness and sense of well-being. Dr. ...

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In my opinion, our nation’s sword arts have been passed down through the generations by basically three kinds of people:      1. Their sword art focuses on the task of exorcising demons. They act with an air of righteousness and practice celibacy. Article and Image courtesy of brennantranslation.wordpress.com  

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