Overview

Tai Chi Chuan martial artists around the world would appreciate this in depth presentation of the Yang Style Long Form as taught by Yang, Cheng Fu. Not only does this book focus on the details of the form, both verbally, and pictorially, it presents how to use every posture of the form pictorially as well. For beginners who want to learn the form easily, and for advanced practitioners interested in improving their form, and learning how to use it in self defense. Never seen before applications to the postures are...
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Yang Cheng Fu Tai Chi Chuan

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Overview

Tai Chi Chuan martial artists around the world would appreciate this in depth presentation of the Yang Style Long Form as taught by Yang, Cheng Fu. Not only does this book focus on the details of the form, both verbally, and pictorially, it presents how to use every posture of the form pictorially as well. For beginners who want to learn the form easily, and for advanced practitioners interested in improving their form, and learning how to use it in self defense. Never seen before applications to the postures are described, proving the validity of Yang, Cheng Fu Style Tai Chi Chuan as a valuable and highly sophisticated martial art.

Also included in this book are six Chi Yute Gung spiritualizing techniques. The practice of Tai Chi Chuan should be combined with the cultivation of the Spirit.

Marlon Pilossoph has been a martial arts practitioner since 1976. He has taught since 1995, and has demonstrated in over 100 performances throughout the New York City area .

Marlon Pilossoph has been a martial arts practitioner since 1976. He has taught since 1995, and has demonstrated in over 100 performances throughout the New York City area.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014023290
  • Publisher: Marlon Pilossoph
  • Publication date: 2/8/2012
  • Series: Yang Cheng Fu Tai Chi Chuan - Part 1 , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 242,934
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

In 1990 Mr. Pilossoph joined the Praying Mantis Martial Arts Institute and since then he has painstakingly studied the Northern Praying Mantis Gung Fu system under Master Tony Chuy. In 1994 Mr. Pilossoph began Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan, Tai Chi Sahn Sao (applications), Toi Sao (sensitivity exercises) and the Tai Chi Gim (sword) learning from his Sifu Tony Chuy.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2012

    Cool

    I myself am a yang style tai chi practitioner. I actually learn from master Yang Jun with my grandparents. Normally my grandparents teach me themselves but we go to master yang's class twice a week.

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