Shaolin White Crane Martial Power And Qigong - Yang Jwing Ming - Book
  • Shaolin White Crane Martial Power And Qigong - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

Shaolin White Crane Martial Power And Qigong - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

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White Crane has a history which stretches back a thousand years, and throughout which many styles have been derived. It is commonly accepted that Okinaw
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White Crane has a history which stretches back a thousand years, and throughout which many styles have been derived. It is commonly accepted that Okinawan Karate was heavily influenced by the Chinese White Crane style. It's martial skills and Gongfu training have been popularly recognized as one of the most effective southern martial styles in China. White Crane martial arts emphasize the training of the Yi (i.e., wisdom mind) and the Qi internally. The style includes a great variety of hand techniques, and trains ''moving the hands soft and reaching the target hard''. This book is the foundation of White Crane Gongfu. It contains the most important and fundamental essence of the style. In this book, aside from introducing a general theory of Qigong and Jin, Master Yang introduces two complete sets of White Crane Hard Qigong and one complete set of White Crane Soft Qigong. These Qigong practices are seldom revealed to Western martial society. In addition, he profoundly discusses how to use torso, waist, and chest movements to manifest Shaking Jin. This is very helpful and useful for those martial artists who are interested in Jin manifestation. The reason for this is that it does not matter which style of martial arts a person has learned, the essential keys of using the torso, waist, and the chest to manifest the Jin remain the same. This is especially useful in applications during sparring and combat. White Crane Qigong is useful not only for Jin manifestation. Because it emphasizes spine and chest movement, it is also very effective for improving health. White Crane Soft Qigong has proven to be one of the most effective means of strengthening and regaining health in the torso. In the last ten years, many readers - especially Okinawan Karate practitioners have asked Dr. Yang Jwing Ming to write a book about White Crane Martial Arts. After having pondered for many years, he believes that the best way to pass this art down by word is first to emphasize White Crane Qigong, which will help the reader to build the root and foundation of the style. This book proposes to be an authority on neither Chinese Martial Arts Qigong nor Southern White Crane martial arts training. Rather, it exists to offer you a reference to the author's personal knowledge and understanding. The main purpose of this book is to agitate and encourage other traditional Chinese martial artists to open their minds and share their knowledge with the general public. In addition, this book seeks to reveal the long hidden potential connection between Chinese White Crane styles and Japanese Karate styles. 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 ''made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.'' 1. GENERAL CONCEPTS - About Chinese Martial Arts - About Chinese Chigong - About White Crane Martial Arts 2. WHITE CRANE QIGONG - Theory - Crane Hard Qigong - Crane Soft Qigong 3. WHITE CRANE JIN - Theory of Jin - White Crane Jin Patterns - Conclusion
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