DVD available: https://ymaa.com/publishing/dvd/taiji-37-postures-martial-applications Also on Amazon. Dr. Yang's tai chi lineage can be traced back to the Yang family through Grandmaster Kao, Tao (高濤) and his teacher Yue, Huanzhi (樂奐之), an indoor disciple of Yang, Chengfu (楊澄甫). Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) is an ancient internal Chinese martial art which has gained widespread popularity for its many health benefits. Today, most people practice taiji slowly to develop their balance, strength, and vitality, and the martial applications of the art are often ignored. Taijiquan, or 'Grand Ultimate Fist', is a highly effective form of combat specializing in short and middle-range fighting. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming offers practical martial applications for each of the 37-postures of traditional Taiji, based on the forms passed down by Yang, Ban-Hou. Once the viewer has a basic understanding of these universal principles, you may use them to devise further applications for every movement no matter which style of Taiji you practice. Learn the Basic Concepts of Taiji and Taijiquan. Understand the purpose of every Taiji movement. Over 50 effective applications for any Taijiquan style. DVD on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Taiji-Martial-Applications-37-Postures-Yang/dp/B00172TIOE
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This is part 1 of a 4 part series on applications for the traditional Yang Style Long Form. Applications makes Intention and Intention directs energy. Each movement of the 108 form is shown, then one or more applications are demonstrated and explained. This series goes along with the written text and photos at www.gilmanstudio.com, online lessons. The instructor, Michael Gilman has over 40 years of teaching experience. He is assisted by Sifu John Considine.
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Visit http://www.taichihealthways.com for more videos of Master Jesse Tsao on Yang, Chen, Wu, Sun tai chi tyle and Tai Chi sword, broadsword, qigong (Chi gong) meditation for internal energy healing, bio-energy, Shaolin and Wudang Taoist Kung-fu martial arts, Taiji Power Release (fajin), Taiji application, Bagua, Xingyi application. Tai Chi Health Ways host annual workshop with the top masters. See photos or videos of Chen Zhenglei, Li Deyin, Zhu Tiancai, Chen Xiaowang, Dan Lee, Su Zifang, Abraham Liu .... In this video, you will learn the fighting aspects of Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi. The principles are based on Tai Chi Classics: to redirect or borrow an opponent's force first, then strike his weak point. Tai Chi was originally a Chinese martial art for self-defense.
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Lesson 1. The short two person Yang style saber applications form is taught by Michael Gilman with the help of Sifu Stephanie Morrell. Can be practiced as a solo form with good results. Originally produced for television. First of 9 lessons. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for a wriiten version of this form.
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Tai Chi Chuan - Yang Style Fighting Applications,by B.K.Frantzis Explains in great detail how the relaxed, fluid and seemingly effortless gentle movements of Tai Chi can be used for self-defense. Defending against unrehearsed attacks by two black-belt Tae Kwon Do instructors, Mr. Frantzis demonstrates hundreds of techniques from the first five movements of traditional Yang style Tai Chi. More than 50 applications are shown for Single Whip alone. 54 minutes.
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This series is devoted to understanding how the Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan is developed. Each movement has applications that aid in chi production and a healthy lifestyle. Please visit www.gilmanstudio.com for more information and free classes.
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This video explains how we can use the Chin Na techniques of Taiji Chuan for the self defense. Slow motion and explanations, and then real speed for each technique. Dr Yang Jwing-Ming is a well known master for whom you can find references here below. http://ymaa.com/publishing/authors/dr.yang_jwing-ming https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yang_Jwing-ming https://g.co/kgs/ev9jcU
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Sample of the fighting principles and applications taken from the dvd "Tai-chi-Chuan Kung-fu - with Bob Klein". Full 2 hour dvd includes the 60 movement Yang short from shown from two different angles, including weight distribution and breathing for each movement and fighting applications, step by step instructions and beginning push hands. For more information on the full dvd see - http://store.movementsofmagic.com/takuma.html
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http://www.shukuangpress.com/products/tc2.html A selection of applications from the Shu Kuang Productions "Yang Style T'ai-Chi Ch'uan: Volume 2 - Solo Form and Applications" 3-Disc DVD set available from http://www.shukuangpress.com An application is a distillation of one or more of the martial arts ideas encoded within the T'ai-Chi Ch'uan Solo Form. They are intended to educate the player in the method of discovering how the T'ai-Chi Ch'uan movements can translate into self-defense ideas, not as "if they do this, do this" self-defense training. This 3-disc set contains an overview and breakdown of every movement in the 150 posture Yang Style solo form as taught by Sifu Ray Hayward of the Twin Cities T'ai-Chi Ch'uan Studio. In addition to the multiple applications demonstrated in a "touching targets" step-by-step and free-flowing fashion, the video contains exclusive footage of Master Liang Tung-Tsai from Sifu Hayward's private video collection. This 3-disc set is a must-have addition to your martial arts instructional video collection, as its educational value to devotees of authentic Yang Style T'ai-Chi Ch'uan is immeasurable.
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Yang 24 form Applications for Self Defense in English, part 1 more to come soob, please subscribe
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This is Part 2 of a 4 part series of classes on Yang Tai Chi Long Form Applications, taught by Michael Gilman, who has over 40 years of teaching experience. There are many possible applications for each movement, and Michael shows several for each move. Be sure to view more of his offering here on YouTube, or visit www.gilmanstudio.com for lots of free classes and information.
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To the untrained eye, Tai Chi Chuan seems too slow for combat. However, these soft movements conceal effective self-defense techniques. The true meanings behind Tai Chi are revealed to you on this tape. If you practice Tai Chi just for health, you should know these applications for the correct spirit.
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2017 MASICH INTERNAL ARTS FULL CURRICULUM WEEK Yang-style Taijiquan sabre applications form (tàijídāofǎ shíyòng liànxí 太極刀法实用練習) performed by Chiara Vendetuolli & Francesco Cerrato from Italy.
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Lesson 2 of 9. Learn this fun and informative two person Yang Style Saber applications form. Short, and easy to learn from this video series. Michael Gilman has been teaching Saber form for 35 years. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for more about this form, and lots more free and interesting information.
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http://www.taijiworld.com MTG294 The 10,000 Fighting Techniques of the Old Yang Style: Volume Three. Not really 10,000, this is just the way that the Chinese have of describing that there are a lot of them. 10,000 seems to be the number that they use for everything that has to be done a lot. Here, Erle Montaigue carries on with the long awaited series on the main applications from the postures of the Yang Lu-ch'an form showing not only the basics but also the dim-mak applications following each posture. This is not meant to teach the Old Yang Style as one should already know it, it is just to demonstrate and to teach what each posture is for. On this volume Erle takes you from the posture known as High pat on Horse just before the first kicking section and up to the posture called High Pat On Horse, (but not including) in the third 3rd www.taijiworld.com
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This is the final lesson on Yang Tai Chi Long Form Applications. I hope you have enjoyed this series, and that it helps you to find more interest and enjoyment in your Tai Chi practice. This video series was designed to compliment the free online long form course posted at www.gilmanstudio.com. I have declined to post advertising on my videos. I find the practice somewhat annoying, yet I can understand why people do it. Good luck to you.
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Lesson 5 of 9. Learn the fundamentals for the use and practice with the Tai Chi Saber. Great form to play with a partner. Michael Gilman, a tai Chi expert, with the help of Sifu Stephanie Morrell, teaches the form. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for free classes.
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DVD available: http://ymaa.com/publishing/internal/taijiquan/tai_chi_chuan_24_48_DVD In 1956, the Simplified (or 24 Posture) Taijiquan was compiled by the Chinese Sports Commission. Tremendous efforts were put into promoting Taijiquan. The 24 Posture Taijiquan was derived from the traditional Yang Style Taijiquan long form. It was the result of many Taijiquan masters working towards standardizing and simplifying Taijiquan, for use as a health promoting exercise. Many of the more complicated and repeated movements were deleted from the long form for ease of learning and practicing. The sequence starts off with very simple movements and gradually becomes more complicated. Even though the 24 Posture Taijiquan sequence is a simplified version of the long form, it is still a "traditional" sequence with the original martial applications in every movement. It consists of 20 different postures from the Yang Style Long Sequence. Three of the postures are done on both left and right sides, and one of the postures repeats itself, making a total of 24 postures. Because this sequence is based on Yang Style Taijiquan, the training guidelines and principles of Simplified Taijiquan follow the characteristic "flavor" of the Yang Style. The entire Simplified Taijiquan sequence should be performed at an even pace with no abrupt changes in the transition, and following the guidelines and principles outlined in the Detail sections of this DVD and in the textbook 'Tai Chi Chuan'. The instructions are presented with as much relevant information as possible in the Detail Section. For beginners, there may be too many details to assimilate at one time. In classroom instruction, the instructor often tells students to only pay attention to one or two aspects of the sequence at a time. As students get better at the primary aspects of the sequence, the teacher will then introduce more aspects of the movements to the students. As you learn from this video, it is recommended that you do the same — focus on one aspect at a time. When you begin to learn the postures, don't be overly concerned with coordinating your breathing with the movements. Once your movements are smooth, then start to pay attention to your breathing. Study the detailed guidelines and principles and try to incorporate them into the entire sequence. Liang, Shou-Yu was born on June 28, 1943 in the city of Chongqian, Sichuan Province, China. When he was six he began his training in Qigong, the art of breathing and internal energy control, under the tutelage of his renowned grandfather, the late Liang, Zhi-Xiang. Mr. Liang was taught the esoteric skills of the Emei Mountain sect, including Da Peng Qigong. When he was eight, his grandfather made special arrangements for him to begin training Emei Wushu (martial arts). DVD on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Simplified-Tai-Chuan-With-Applications/dp/B000BL02F6
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http://www.IMAGINARTS.tv présente le DVD de Taichi Yang Ancien avec Thierry Alibert. A commander sur http://www.imaginarts.tv/fr/dvd-tai-chi-chuan-video/187-dvd-taichi-yang-ancien-applications-martiales-thierry-alibert.html Dans ce DVD pédagogique, Thierry Alibert va vous démontrer et vous expliquer en détail les applications martiales de la Terre de la forme des108 mouvements style Yang Ancien. + comment travailler ses enchaînements de Tai Chi sur des cibles (pattes d'ours et pao)
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Lesson 3 of 9 in the Yang Style Tai Chi Saber Applications Partner Form. You can learn from this video! Michael Gilman has been teaching Tai Chi for 35 years. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for more information and free classes.
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Lesson 8 of 9 in the Yang Style Tai Chi Saber Applications Form. Michael Gilman and Sifu Stephanie Morrell teach this form. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for more free lessons and dozens of DVDs.
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Sifu Justin Harris shows some of the fighting applications from Yang Style Short Form. These are a few martial arts applications from Yang style Tai Chi. These include Ward Off, Roll Back, Press, Push, and Single Whip. More info on our classes and our school:- http://taichitexas.com
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A very versatile move if done right. This posture is ripe with applications here we show cutting the root and piercing the walls
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The Tungs (Dong) applying Yang Style Taiji Hand Strums the Lute Application
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The traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Saber Form is taught by master teacher, Michael Gilman, who has been teaching this form for over 40 years. Complete form is taught with applications. You can learn the form from this video. For a text version with pictures, visit www.gilmanstudio.com and click on Free Online Lessons. You will never have to sit through advertising before Michael's videos.
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Just a basic example of what some of the forms can manifest themselves to be. Applications are truly limitless and one should always keep the mind open. A small play on Part the Wild Horses Mane, Brush Knee, Play Guitar and Deflect, Parry and Punch
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Lesson 6 of 9 in the series teaching the Yang Style Tai Chi Saber Applications Partner Form. Michael Gilman, world recognized expert, teaches this informative short form. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for more free classes.
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Visit my website for more videos and unseen footage from the show. https://www.themartialman.com Follow me on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/themartialman Find out more about the sponsors of Season 2 by visiting their Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/kungfuworldsdnbhd An exclusive 3 Part interview with Sifu Liang De Hua giving a deep insight into Yang style Taijiquan. In Part 1 of this interview, Sifu Liang gives a detailed demonstration of the "5 Fists of Taijiquan" and how they can be used in application. Parts 2 and Parts 3 will discus the history of Yang style Fajin and why it is used in both push hands and application. To contact Sifu Liang please visit his official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LiangDeHuaTaiji/ The show follows Kieren Krygier traveling the far east exploring different martial arts and learning the secret skills and knowledge of the Grandmasters. Each episode will investigate different aspects of each martial art by interviewing the masters and allowing them to demonstrate their style and skills on film. Giving the viewers a great insight into the martial arts world, and a front row seat to learn directly from the masters. https://www.themartialman.com https://www.facebook.com/themartialman https://www.facebook.com/kungfuworldsdnbhd
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The building blocks of Yang Tai Chi are collectively called Grasp the Bird's Tail - ward off, roll back, press and push. They are repeated 8 times in the Long Form. Michael Gilman has made different applications for each, resulting in changes in the form. These are the first; movements #2,3,4,5,6 in the 108 Form. To view how they fit into the form view "Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan- Gilman's Modification Complete. Please visit www.gilmanstudio.com for loads of free classes, information, and videos.
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Comparing Yang style Tai Chi Chuan elbow strike to Okinawan middle counter. Master Patrick Bast practices Okinawan Ryukyu Kempo Tomari-Te.
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7th of 9 lessons in Yang Style Tai Chi Saber Applications Form. Essential information in the understanding of how to use the Chinese saber or Dao. Michael Gilman instructs. Visit www.gilmanstudio.com for free lessons.
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This is the fourth in a series of videos meant to catalog at least one application sequence for each posture of the traditional Yang style Taiji form. The postures covered in this clip are: left brush knee, advance parry & punch, apparent close, and cross hands.
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