Neigong training demonstration

Neigong training discussion

A demonstration of Tai Chi Neigong power Training in the 24 Yin and Yang neigong exercises of Tai Chi is a core practice of advanced Tai Chi training In a martial situation, the effective use of force is a fundamental requirement. Techniques that are issued accurately and with focussed power are essential. Chinese martial artist…
Tai chi pad work

Kung training: Martial conditioning

Kung training develops a predatory, aggressive and confident mindset for combat and self defence (only) ‘The spirit is like that of a cat about to catch a rat’, Tai chi classics Far too many practitioners of Tai Chi Chuan have far too much faith in the power of softness. Yes it is a critical part…

Tai chi fighting drill training

Tai Chi fighting methodology

The first step is to develop deep familiarity with the Tai Chi fighting applications Classical Wudang Tai Chi Chuan contains 48 techniques that contain practical ways of applying the ideas of the thirteen tactics whilst incorporating the fundamental yin yang principle. Each of the drills can be viewed as a technique or drilling, training method, often containing…
London Tai Chi classes

Wudang tai chi long form training

The Wudang Tai Chi long form has two methods of practice. It is generally learned in the 'square' format initially. The techniques of the square form are clearly set, with precise starts and stops. There is a 1,2,3 count to the practicing of the movements. Once the square form has been learned, memorised and a…
Tai Chi beginners course

Breathing exercise in Tai Chi

The key characteristics of Tai Chi breathing are depth, softness and slowness. Tai Chi breathing is one of the subtle aspects of the art that positively impacts your health in all sorts of ways. Tai Chi is infused with many different Taoist health practices, designed to maximise our physical and mental health and efficiency. One…

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