Taiji Chinna - Yang Jwing Ming - Book
  • Taiji Chinna - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

Taiji Chinna - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

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Most practitioners no longer understand the martial applications of Taijiquan, or even that it is a martial art. To preserve Taiji'ss martial aspect, this
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Most practitioners no longer understand the martial applications of Taijiquan, or even that it is a martial art. To preserve Taiji'ss martial aspect, this book presents Taiji Chin Na (Qin Na), the art of controlling an opponent through joint locks and cavity strikes. Taiji Chin Na is one of four categories of martial Taijiquan. The others are striking, kicking, amp wrestling/downing the opponent. This book includes Chin Na techniques from the Taiji forms, and Taiji Pushing Hands and contains detailed instructions in theory and application, and over 500 photos and drawings to enable you to teach yourself. Taiji Chin Na offers beginners a key to the door of martial Taiji, and offers advanced students a way to deepen and authenticate their study. The theory and techniques of Taiji Chin Na can also be applied to many other martial arts styles and is effective, practical, powerful, and easy to learn. Yang, Jwing-Ming Ph.D., is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and Qigong. Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese martial arts for over forty-five years. He is the author of over thirty books, and was elected by Inside Kung Fu magazine as one of the people who has 'smade the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.'s 1. GENERAL CONCEPTS Introduction • Qin Na Categories and Theory • Different Levels of Qin Na Techniques • Qin Na and Health • Differences of Shaolin Qin Na and Taiji Qin Na • About This Book 2. BASIC THEORY AND TRAINING Introduction • Three Different Fighting Ranges and Circles • Thirteen Postures • Qi and Action 3. QIN NA IN PENG, LU, JI, AND AN Introduction • Qin Na in Peng • Qin Na in Lu • Qin Na in Ji • Qin Na in An 4. QIN NA IN CAI, LIE, ZHOU, AND KAO Introduction • Qin Na in Cai • Qin Na in Lie • Qin Na in Zhou • Qin Na in Kao 5. QIN NA APPLICATIONS IN TAIJIQUAN POSTURES Introduction • Hand Forms for Cavity Press • Qin Na and Cavity Press in Taiji Postures 6. QIN NA IN TAIJI PUSHING HANDS Introduction • Qin Na in Taiji Pushing Hands 7. CONCLUSION APPENDIXES Names of Qin Na Techniques • Translation of Thirty-Seven Postures • Translation and Glossary of Chinese Terms
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