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What is Old Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan like at Silent Dragon?

Gefunden auf What is Old Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan like at Silent Dragon? und dort heißt es weiter:

We teach the original 19th century old style Tai Chi Chuan of Yang, Cheng Fu, or Yang, Lo Sin. This is the original Yang family style, from which is descended the “long” 108 movement Yang form (the old form is 128 moves) and the “short” 36 move form of Cheng, Man-Ching.
This includes not just the form, but also the basic “energies,” the traditional applications, and the philosophical underpinnings needed to develop your own applications on the spur of the moment. But Tai Chi is much more than “just the form.”
“Tai Chi Chuan” translates to “Supreme Ultimate Fist,” which is another way of saying, “My Kung Fu is better than your Kung Fu.” We teach the internal and external exercises necessary to develop a powerful, useful 19th century martial art that will work in today’s world…..

Zum Old Yang Style ein Video, das die Form zeigt:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3zjec_old-yang-style-tai-chi-long-form_sport
What is Old Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan like at Silent Dragon? weiterlesen

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Taijiquan: Anwendungen der Eröffnung im Old Yang Style

Ich habe mir gerade das Video „Tai Chi The 10,000 Fighting Methods of Old Yang Style. V.1“ von Erle Montaigue angesehen

und dabei zufällig bemerkt, dass er auch singt:
Erle Montaigue & Moontagu Blues: The Song

Moontagu auf Youtube
Gefällt mir gut, auch das Video ist hervorragend gemacht. Das er Gitarre kann war aber auch irgendwie zu erwarten, sonst könnte er ja nicht die Pipa spielen. 😉

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Neue Tai Chi Videos von William c.c. Chen und Montaigue

William c.c. Chen

William c.c. Chen
Dort heißt es:

William C. C. Chen was born in Chekiang, China. He started teaching Tai Chi Chuan at the beginning of the 1950s while training as a live-in student of the famous Great-Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching who preferred to be called Professor Cheng. Besides being the youngest of Professor Cheng’s senior student, he was also a favorite disciple. In the 1950s he was involved competitively in the various free-style, Chinese Wushu. In 1958, he won second place in the Taiwan National Olympic Competition. …

Montaigue

siehe auch Für Tai Chi interessierte: Erle Montaigue’s Tai Chi World
und natürlich seine Seite Erle Montaigue’s Tai Chi World
wo man lesen kann:

Thank you for visiting our web site. Here you will find all you will ever need in the study of the Internal Martial/Healing systems
of Tai Chi (Taijiquan) Bagua, (Baguazhang), Qigong (Ch’i Gung), Dim-Mak, realistic Self Defences, Healing, Weapons and much more.
You may purchase (at this time) any of 340 DVD titles covering every conceivable aspect of the Internal Systems or you may view 5 to 10 minute clips of each video before purchasing. Erle has …

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