PUSH HANDS – As with tai chi, there are a number of different styles of push hands. No matter if you are doing single hand, two hand, or even some using sticky hands as push hands the principles should remain intact throughout the myriad of changes. Listen, adhere, yield and neutralize. I was taught – […]
The Wild Goose Chi Kung form is designed to first loosen the joints, muscles and integrate the spirit of action in motion. At about mid-point in the form, there is a shift to regulate, make central (integrate), and bridge the mind/body/spirit.
The way the Yang Style Short Form (Cheng man-Ching) is constructed – there are heating up and cooling down sections with the height of energy being the kick section. This is nothing that you have to “do” it is brilliantly constructed this way. If you are experienced in practice, meaning the basic body/mind/spirit mechanics are […]