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Traditional Daoist Academy Following the teachings of our founder Zhan San Feng himself, the International Wudang Academy maintains the tradition, and quality – thus guarantees the authentic cultural heritage for future generations.
Blog Added: July 23, 2017 08:22:22 AM
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Repeating All Basic Fajin Movements of Tai He Quan

Master Chen Shiyu repeats with us the four basic Fajin movements, the continuous practice will reduce strain on tendons and muscles.

Master Chen Shiyu repeats with us the four basic Fajin movements, the continuous practice will reduce strain on tendons and muscles.

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Ba Gua Zhang – Palms of the Eight Trigrams

Ba Gua, the eight trigrams, are denoted by symbols named 爻 (Yáo). 爻 is drawn as an odd diagram (奇畫, also referred to as the Yang symbol, 陽爻) or even diagram(偶畫, also referred to as Yin symbol, 陰爻). Combined in pairs represent 四象 (this can relate to the four directions or the corresponding mythical beasts, or each corresponds to two of the eight trigrams, 太陰, 少陽, 少陰, 太陽, grouped by the composition of Yin and Yang). With an additional symbol, the diagrams...

八卦 (Bā Guà) – Eight Trigrams

Ba Gua, the eight trigrams, are denoted by symbols named 爻 (Yáo). is drawn as an odd diagram (奇畫, also referred to as the Yang symbol, 陽爻) or even diagram(偶畫, also referred to as Yin symbol, 陰爻). Combined in pairs represent 四象 (this can relate to the four directions or the corresponding mythical beasts, or each corresponds to two of the eight trigrams, 太陰, 少陽, 少陰, 太陽, grouped by the composition of Yin and Yang). With an additional symbol, the diagrams consisting of three symbols make the Ba Gua. The three symbols correspond respectively to “sky above, earth below, and human in the middle.”

Bagua-Symbol

八卦掌 (Bā Guà Zhǎng) – Palms of the Eight Trigrams

The Eight Palms

1. 單換掌 Dān Huàn Zhǎng

Single changing palm

2. 托天掌 Tuō Tiān Zhǎng

Supporting-sky palm

3. 順勢掌 Shun Shì Zhǎng

Downwind palm

4. 下勢掌 Xià Shì Zhǎng

Low palm

5. 雙換掌 Shuāng Huàn Zhǎng

Double changing palms

6. 轉身掌 Zhuǎn Shēn Zhǎng

Face-about palm

7. 磨盤掌 Mò Pán Zhǎng

Grinding disk palm

8. 雙穿掌 Shuāng Chuān Zhǎng

Double penetrating palms


You can learn the Ba Gua Zhang Palms in our online academy!



Books about Ba Gua Zhang?

Hello Sifu Ziji, can you recommend any books about Ba Gua Zhang (english or german)? I stumbled a cross this book here https://www.amazon.de/dp/3902735899/?coliid=I2ADMEEMQVA443&colid=29HQV77YYDGX2&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it I want to back up the practical training here with the background theories to the style plus... Read More...

Hello Sifu Ziji, can you recommend any books about Ba Gua Zhang (english or german)? I stumbled a cross this book here https://www.amazon.de/dp/3902735899/?coliid=I2ADMEEMQVA443&colid=29HQV77YYDGX2&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

I want to back up the practical training here with the background theories to the style plus check out the quans on a theoretical level.

Thanks and greetings!

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Newbie in the Wudang Academy – Greetings

Hello everybody, my name is Jason and I am a master student of Hung Gar Gung Fu (Lam Family). I practiced Greek-Roman Wrestling, Taekwondo, Shorin Ji Ryu Karate in the past and I love martial arts and I am very... Read More ›

Hello everybody,

my name is Jason and I am a master student of Hung Gar Gung Fu (Lam Family). I practiced Greek-Roman Wrestling, Taekwondo, Shorin Ji Ryu Karate in the past and I love martial arts and I am very interested in the internal arts that are taught at the Wudang Academy. I have some practice in Chen style Tai Ji and I have learned the 8 brocades (Qi Gong).

Ever since I was fascinated by forms. I love learning forms, cultivating them and growing through these. During my 14 years of Hung Kuen study I have experienced external development first and transitioned to internal development.

I am at a stage in my life now, where I am very motivated to learn more about the styles, philosophies and teachings of the Sanfeng heritage, because I believe I can grow personally and develop through the teachings here. I consider this as a path to broaden my perspective and to internalize new experiences. Due to the lack of time in my everyday life and the lack of suitable schools in my area, I am very grateful to have found the opportunity to learn here.

Greetings & Thank you very much

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Warmup before training?

Hi everyone I was wondering if warming up is required before practicing Qigong, Tai Chi, or Kung Fu?  Also was wondering what is appropriate for each if it’s recommended . Thanks in advance.  Drew S. Category: General Discussion Write a... Read More...

Hi everyone

I was wondering if warming up is required before practicing Qigong, Tai Chi, or Kung Fu?  Also was wondering what is appropriate for each if it’s recommended .

Thanks in advance. 

Drew S. Category: General Discussion


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