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Yi Quan Master Fong Ha


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Tai Chi Centre


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Fong Ha


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www.theopenminddesignersima.com

Jan DieperslootWarrios of Stillness, vol.I is essentially an incredibly detailed book on the cultivation of whole body or 'internal' power, perhaps the most detailed of any such book available on Tai Chi Chuan and the internal martial arts in general.Is divided into sections on (1) the CULTIVATION of body integration for (a) health and the prevention of disease, and (b) martial arts use, and (2) the USE of the internal power that has been cultivated--in push hands practice, discharge or fa jing energy, neutralization of attacking force using whole-body integration, and more.Jan Diepersloot, senior student of Yi Quan Master Fong Ha, has spent over twenty years studying the martial arts meditative traditions, such as Yi Quan and Wu Ji Standing.


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by Jan Diepersloot
Jan Diepersloot, senior student of Yi Quan Master Fong Ha, has spent over twenty years studying the martial arts meditative traditions, such as Yi Quan and Wu Ji Standing. He trained with such notables as Yi Quan Masters Han Xing Yuan and Dr. Yu Peng Shi, both students of Yi Quan's founder Wang Xiang Zhai, and has trained extensively with Wu Ji Standing advocate and push hands Master Cai Song Fang. In Warriors of Stillness, Diepersloot details all theoretical and practical aspects of meditative traditions in the Chinese martial arts and teaches the utility of these practices by explaining how the benefits of static posture practice extend to partner practice and martial arts technique. Numerous illustrations. by Jan Diepersloot


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By Jan Diepersloot.Diepersloot, a student of Fong Ha, Cai Song Fang, and other internal teachers for many years, presents a discussion of the center point, center line, wuji qigong for healing, foundation exercises, partner exercises, neutralization, and levels of awareness and development.


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by Jan Diepersloot
Jan Diepersloot, senior student of Yi Quan Master Fong Ha, has spent over twenty years studying the martial arts meditative traditions, such as Yi Quan and Wu Ji Standing. He trained with such notables as Yi Quan Masters Han Xing Yuan and Dr. Yu Peng Shi, both students of Yi Quan's founder Wang Xiang Zhai, and has trained extensively with Wu Ji Standing advocate and push hands Master Cai Song Fang. In Warriors of Stillness, Diepersloot details all theoretical and practical aspects of meditative traditions in the Chinese martial arts and teaches the utility of these practices by explaining how the benefits of static posture practice extend to partner practice and martial arts technique. Numerous illustrations. by Jan Diepersloot


www.tai-chi.com [cached]

By Jan Diepersloot. Diepersloot, a student of Fong Ha, Cai Song Fang, and other internal teachers for many years, presents a discussion of the center point, center line, wuji qigong for healing, foundation exercises, partner exercises, neutralization, and levels of awareness and development.


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