Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming – Taiji Chin Na In-Depth course 2
Chin Na, or seizing and controlling, is a component of all Chinese martial systems, including Taijiquan.
Nowadays, most individuals practice Taijiquan to stay healthy or to recover from illness.
Taijiquan’s martial parts have been overlooked for the previous fifty years, and the art is now unfinished.
Most practitioners are unaware of Taijiquan’s martial applications, or even that it is a martial art.
Taiji martial strength (Jin) and how to employ internal Qi (internal energy) in the martial arts, for example, have become unknown concepts in Taiji cultures today.
As a result, practical martial applications of Jin and Qi, such as Chin Na or Cavity Strikes, are not widely recognized or researched at the moment.
The Eight Moving Patterns, including Rotating Neutralizing and Counterclockwise Coiling in Crossed Pushing Hands, are revealed in this video as practical, powerful Chin Na methods buried in Yang style postures.
Neutralizing Rotating White Crane Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Nods Hands encircle a guitar as a white crane covers its wings. The Bush is Bored by a White Crane A large Python twists its body, while a large Roc twists its wing. Hands clasped Coiling in the opposite direction (Yin Coiling) Small Finger HookThumb Press Elbow Roasting Duck in Peking Turning Heaven and Earth on his Back, an Old Man Carries Fish
Disc 2: Small Wrap Hand 1•Back Wrap Hand•Large Roc Twists Its Wing•Large Elbow Wrap•Small Elbow Wrap•Large Rollback•Wrist Press•Pressing Shoulder with Single Finger•Forward Turning Elbow•Old Man Promoted to General•Send the Devil to Heaven•To Hold A Tablet•Arm Wraps Around the Neck•Carry a Pole on the Shoulder•Left Right Cross Elbow•L
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