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Volume One - Kung Fu Diplomacy
Documentary - 125 min.
This is an award winning documentary of a group of American martial artists, who were invited to China, as guests of the Beijing wushu team, to participate, as a demonstration team, in the First Annual International Wushu Championships held in Xian in 1985. Under the leadership of team captain, Professor Wally Jay and co-captain, Al Dacascos they travelled to Beijing, Shanghai, Xian, and the Shaolin temple as emissaries of cultural exchange performing their skills for their hosts and observing demonstrations by the greatest masters living in China. American team member's disciplines ranged from Karate, Jiujitsu, Kung Fu to Tae Kwon Do. More Info

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Volume Two - Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1)
Demonstration - 57 min.
The five major schools of tai chi chuan are: Chen, Yang, Wu/Hao family, Wujianquan, and Sun styles. There are thirteen performances of the various aspects of these styles by well known masters of each system. This tape is an excellent overview for practitioners and those interested in tai chi chuan to compare and analyze the similarities and differences of the various styles. More Info

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Volume Three - Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2)
Demonstration - 61 min.
Volume three continues with twelve performances of the five major schools Additionally, the Yang Tai Chi Chuan weapon forms of broad sword and double edged sword are included. More Info
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Volume Four - Shanghai Ching Wu Association
Demonstration - 48 min.
The Shanghai Ching Wu Association is the first martial arts academy established in China in 1909. Twelve contemporary wushu and eleven traditional styles are demonstrated by men, women, and children, whose ages range from eight to eighty-one. Some of the wushu forms demonstrated are double knives, long fist, broad sword, double edged sword, and two person sets. Traditional forms, such as, nine section whip, Eagle Claw, the Lost Track system, the Black TIger form, and the Drunken style double edged sword form are also performed.
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Volume Five - Open Hand Forms (Part 1)
Demonstration - 44 min.

Men and women of Shanghai and Beijing demonstrate nineteen open hand forms from martial art systems, such as, Hsing-I Chuan, Pa Qua Chang, northern Praying Mantis, Don Bei, Lan Shou Chuan, Wu Shong Tuo Kao, the Chi Jiao kicking system, drunken style, the unique turtle kung fu system, in addition to, Shaolin monks of the Song Shan temple. More Info
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Volume Six - Open Hand Forms (Part 2)
Demonstration - 44 min.
On Volume Six open hand forms continue with men and women from Shanghai and Beijing demonstrating martial art systems, such as, Mian Chuan, Cha Chuan, Pi Kua Chuan, Ba Ji Chuan, Yu family form, seven star Praying Mantis, snake Pa Qua Chang, Hsing-I Chuan, and a Shaolin monk Da Hung fist set. More Info
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Volume Seven - Master Yu Hua Long
Demonstration - 46 min.
At 72 years of age Master Yu Hua Long of Shanghai demonstrates "The Two and One Half Ba" set of Hsing-I Chuan. This is from the Moslem Six Harmony - Ten Animal Hsing-I system. It wasn't taught until 1949 to non-Moslems. He demonstrates the ten animals, seven fists and five elements of Hsing-I Chuan. Master Yu also demonstrates weapon forms and an open hand set from the Cha Chuan martial art system. More Info
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Volume Eight - Weapon Forms
Demonstration - 44 min.
On this tape there are traditional and contemporary wushu practitioners demonstrating twenty single and multiple person weapon forms. There are 6 double edged sword sets, 3 broad sword, 2 nine section whip sets, double knives, long spear, staff, and 4 multiple weapon sets. Performers range from members of the Beijing Wushu Team and the Shanghai Ching Wu Association to well known masters of traditional systems. More Info
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Volume Nine - 6 Harmony & 10 Animal Hsing-I Chuan (Part 1)
Instruction - 60 min.
This tape focuses on the Hsing-I martial art system of China. It features Master George Xu (Xu Guo Ming) of Shanghai. The particular form of this system taught on this tape is the "Two and One Half Ba" set. The tape is divided into five parts. It begins with the entire form and proceeds with sections on basic training exercises, form repetition (repeated slowly three times with teaching narration), applications of this particular form, and concludes with the complete form. The narration deals with theories and principles of this system. More Info
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Volume Ten - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1) Long Form
Instruction - 60 min.
This tape focuses on Chen style, the original tai chi chuan system of China. It features Master George Xu of Shanghai teaching the first form of the Chen style. The program is divided into four parts: 1) the entire form (14 minutes), 2) basic training exercises, 3) the first two sections of the form repeated three times with narration. At the end of each section the individual section is repeated with the names of the movements, and 4) the entire form (all four sections). More Info
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Volume Eleven - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2) Long Form
Instruction - 87 min.
Features Master George Xu of Shanghai. The focus of the form taught on this tape is the second half of the first set. The tape is divided into the same four sections as its companion tape Volume Ten. More Info

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Volume Twelve - Dragon Pa Qua Chang (Part 1)
Instruction - 51 min.
This tape focuses on the Dragon Pa Qua Chang martial art system of China. It features Master George Xu of Shanghai teaching the first half of the "Eight Linking Palm " form of the Dragon system. The tape is divided into six parts. It begins with the entire form and proceeds with sections on footwork basics, hand movement exercises, form repetition with teaching narration, applications, and concludes with the complete form. More Info
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Volume Thirteen - The Taoist Eight Immortals Sword Form
Instruction - 60 min.
This tape focuses on the “Eight Immortals” martial art system of China. This is a very old system, which dates back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1127). Although many of the forms of the system were lost over time, the sword form remains and is still practiced. The particular form of this system taught is the double edged sword. The volume, featuring Master George Xu of Shanghai, is divided into six parts. It begins with the entire form and proceeds with sections on basic training exercises, form repetition, applications, sword techniques and principles, and concludes with the complete form. More Info
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Volume Fourteen - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 3)
Pao Chui or Cannon Fist Form
Instruction - 87 min.
Master George Xu of Shanghai teaches the second form of this system. The tape is divided into three parts: 1) the entire form , 2) sections on basic training exercises, and 3) the form repeated slowly three times with narration. At the end of each section, the individual section is repeated with the names of the movements. More Info
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Volume Fifteen - Chan Ssu Chin - Silk Reeling Cocoon Training
Instruction - 58 min.
This tape features Master Zhang Xue Xin of Beijing, China teaching the rare Chan Ssu Chin exercises of the Chen style tai chi system. This routine is designed to loosen the eighteen moveable joints of the body. They are suitable for all ages and extremely beneficial to health. This tape is divided into three parts. Part one is a brief biographical section on Master Zhang and the history of the exercises. In part two, he teaches the 25 joint loosening exercises starting with the head and ending with the feet. In the third part, two of the martial art applications of the exercises are demonstrated. More Info
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Volume Sixteen - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 4)
Instruction - 75 min.
Master Xu demonstrates how the movements from the first half of the solo form (sections one and two) are applied. This tape corresponds to Volume Ten, “Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1)” More Info

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Volume Seventeen - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 5)
Instruction - 69 min.
Master George Xu of Shanghai continues with the applications of the second half (sections three and four) of the first solo form of this system. This tape corresponds to Volume Eleven, “Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2)”. More Info
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Volume Eighteen - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 6)
Chin Na or Joint Locking Techniques
Instruction - 63 min.
The Chen style is especially known for its “chin na” (grabbing and joint locking). Master George Xu of Shanghai teaches these techniques from the first solo form of the Chen style tai chi system covered in Volume 10 and 11. More Info
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Volume Nineteen - 6 Harmony & 10 Animal Hsing-I Chuan (Part 2)
Instruction - 60 min.
This tape focuses on the Six Harmony -Ten Animal Hsing-I Chuan martial art system. It features Master George Xu of Shanghai. The particular form of this system taught is "The Bear and Eagle Fight for Survival" set. The tape is divided into four parts. It begins with the entire form and proceeds with sections on basic training exercises, the form repeated slowly three times with teaching narration, and applications. This is the companion tape to Volume 9. More Info
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Volume Twenty - Master Liou Wan Fu
Demonstration - 55 min.
At 72 years of age Master Liou Wan Fu demonstrates the internal forms of the kung fu systems of Yang Tai Chi Chuan, Dragon Pa Qua Chang, and Five Element -Twelve Animal Hsing-I Chuan. In addition, he also demonstrates iron groin conditioning, flexibility, and a selection of the 13 Imperial Exercises. This is a demonstration tape made for educational purposes only, not for instruction. More Info

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Volume Twenty One - Dragon Pa Qua Chang (Part 2)
Instruction - 71 min.
This tape focuses on the last four palms of the "Eight Linking Palm " set of the Dragon Pa Qua Chang system. The tape is divided into six parts: 1) basic training, 2-5) form repetition sections on the Tiger, Eagle, Unicorn and Chicken palms. In the form repetition, a group of movements is repeated from each palm sequence three times before continuing to the next group of movements. Master Xu performs the individual palm continuously at the beginning and ending of each animal, and 6) applications. This is the companion tape to Volume 12. More Info
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Volume Twenty Two - Yang Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1)
Master Ye Xiao Long
Instruction - 70 min.
This tape features 67 year old Master Ye Xiao Long of Shanghai. He began the study of martial arts, when he was 10 years old. As a recognized master in Shanghai, he has studied with the famous Yang stylist Fu Zhong Wen, and practiced tai chi chuan for over 30 years. Additionally, he has also practiced push hands, two man training, and free form fighting with his kung fu brother Hou Bing Quan, the famous fighting coach of Shanghai, who was a student of the legendary Chen tai chi stylist, Chen Zhao Kwei. Master Ye demonstrates the form, basics, and form repetition of the first half of the form. More Info
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Volume Twenty Three - Yang Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2)
Master Ye Xiao Long
Instruction - 61 min.
Master Ye Xiao Long demonstrates some advanced stretching technique basics, and form repetition of the remaining half of the 108 movement long form. Additionally, at the beginning and end of the tape he demonstrates the complete long form at two different training speeds. Master Ye is noted for his flexibility and internal strength. At 110 pounds, he has remained undefeated at push hands during a life time of challenges. More Info
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Volume Twenty Four - Push Hands (Part One)
Master Ye Xiao Long & Master George Xu
Instruction - 51 min.
Master George Xu and a student demonstrate basic push hand principles. Master Ye Xiao Long and Master Xu then perform a variety of single and two handed push hand exercises. They emphasize the “eight gates” of tai chi chuan: “peng” (ward off), “lu” (roll back), “chi” (press), “an” (push), “chou” (elbow), “lieh” (split), “tsai” (pull down), and “kao” (shoulder strike), as well as, the “Ta Lu” or four corners exercises. More Info
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Volume Twenty Five - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 7)
The Double Edge Sword Form
Instruction - 57 min.
The sword form is part seven of the Chen Tai Chi Chuan series. Master George Xu demonstrates the traditional double edged sword form of the Chen style tai chi system. This tape contains the entire form, basic training, form repetition and applications. More Info

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Volume Twenty Six - Dragon Gate Chi Kung - Doctor Gordon Xu
Instruction - 64 min.
Doctor Gordon Xu (Xu Guo Rong) of Shanghai is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine. In addition to mastering five systems of tui na (Chinese therapeutic massage), he is also a master of the Dragon Gate Chi Kung system. His teacher Master Yi Chien Liang (1895-1986), nicknamed “one flower faces heaven”, was a Taoist monk from the Wan So Temple (10,000 years longevity temple). Dr. Xu was Master Yi's primary student and named by him as the 22nd generation successor to the Taoist Dragon Gate (Chuan Zhen Pai) system. This system, founded by Wan Chong Yang, dates back to the Sung dynasty (960-1127). On this tape are three levels of chi kung practice. More Info
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Volume 27 Wu Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1) - Long Form
Instruction - 84 min.
In this title Master Wang Hao Da of Shanghai, an indoor student of Grandmaster Ma Yueh-Liang, teaches basics and the first two of six sections of the Wu style tai chi chuan long form. It begins with an introduction followed by the entire long form. It then continues with a section on basics covering stances, hand and foot techniques, and internal training exercises. The format in each section of the form repetition in Volumes 27 to 29 is divided into three segments. The first is the entire section with the names of the movements. The second segment contains a grouping of movements from the section repeated four times before moving on to the next group. The third segment concludes with the entire section performed at normal practice speed. More Info
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Volume 28 Wu Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2) - Long Form
Instruction - 89 min.
Master Wang Hao Da continues the Wu style tai chi chuan instruction with form repetition of sections three through six of the form. The title concludes with a demonstration of the entire long form. More Info
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Volume Twenty Nine - Wu Tai Chi Chuan (Part 3) - Fast Form
Master Wang Hao Da
Instruction - 62 min.
Although slow forms dominate today, originally tai chi had fast and slow forms. This style of tai chi chuan still practices a full speed form. This title begins with the entire fast form followed by internal basic training and form repetition. The tape concludes with the a demonstration of the entire form. More Info
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Volume Thirty - Push Hands (Part Two) - Wu Style Tuishou
Master Wang Hao Da & Master George Xu
Instruction - 64 min.
On this tape the training drills of Wu style tuishou (push hands) are presented. It begins with a brief introduction followed by the following areas of study: the self practicing method, single hand operation with fixed steps, the double hand operations, the 13 basic manipulations, and concludes with a demonstration section with various partners.
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Volume Thirty One - Taijiquan Fundamentals (Part 1)
Instruction - 72 min.
This title focuses on Power Stretching and Spiral Training. In the Power Stretching section the drills emphasize extending opposing parts of the body to open the joints facilitating unobstructed flow of the qi. In the second section spiraling or silk reeling energy is addressed. The drills are intended to focus the practitioner on moving qi internally to open and close the different parts of the body, consistent with Chan Ssu Chin or silk reeling cocoon theory. More Info
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Volume Thirty Two - Taijiquan Fundamentals (Part 2)
Instruction - 61 min.
This volume continues with two sections on internal training, standing postures and taiji qigong. Practice of the standing postures in Section Three is used for internal endurance training focusing on structure and filling the entire body with qi. Taiji qigong in Section Four addresses the internal aspects, such as, qi flow, using the mind to move the energy and using energy to move the body. More Info

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Volume Thirty Three - Taijiquan Fundamentals (Part 3)
Instruction - 58 min.
Peng Jin training teaches the practitioner how to issue power from the 8 gates of tai chi, the four cardinal directions of the circle and four corners of the square of the tai chi form. Peng/ward off, Lu/ roll back, Chi/press, An/push, Lieh/ split, Tsai/ pull down, Chou/ elbow attack, and Kao/ shoulder strike. They can be practiced as a group or individually. These drills isolate each of the eight jins for practicing. In addition to self defense, these exercises are very useful for push hand practice. More Info
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Volume 34 Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 8)
Advanced Chen Family Long Form
Instruction - 60 min.
On Volumes 34 and 35 Master George Xu of Shanghai teaches the advanced version, which is sometimes called the family form, of the first form of Chen style "New Frame" taijiquan. In Volume 34 the first two sections of the four are covered. It begins with the fist and second section performed continuosly. It is followed by form practice with multiple repetitions and each section repeated continuously at the end of each segment. More Info
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Volume 35 Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 9)
Advanced Chen Family Long Form
Instruction - 86 min.
In Volume 35 the Chen style family form instruction continues, with the third and fourth sections. It begins with the individual section performed continuously followed by form repetition. The title concludes with a performance of the entire form (all four sections). These tapes assume, that you already have built a strong foundation, by mastering the content and philosophy discussed in Volumes 10 and 11 of the China's Living Treasures series. More Info
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Volume Thirty Six - Wu Wei Qigong
Master George Xu
Instruction - 61 min.
This is the simplified version of Wu Wei Qigong, which is primarily practiced for health and longevity. Although many qigong systems are derived from various Chinese religious systems, this qigong is practiced for the secular benefits of good health, unobstructed flow of qi or energy through the meridians of the body, and meditation. To get the greatest benefit from qigong practice you must make an emotional connection with the body to move the energy. If you do only the physical routines, without the mind/body connection, the benefits are diminished. There are five sections: preparation exercises, standing and sitting postures, sky and earth qi cultivation and up and down qi circulation. More Info
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Volume Thirty Seven - Yang Taijiquan (Part 1) - Training Basics
Instruction - 65 min.
Master Lu Gui Rong’s lineage is traced from Wui Hui Chuan, an early student of Yang Cheng Fu. Master Lu studied with his nephew, Wu Gui Qing and Zhang Yu in Shanghai. The “Ten Basic Exercises” and the “Eight Gates “ drills are derived from this lineage. This title is divided into two sections:
The Ten Basic Exercises are traditional methods of focusing on the qualities of the individual components of the movements in order to develop skill in directing external and internal body movement.
The Eight Gates drills specifically focus on Peng (ward off), Chi (press), Lu (roll back), An (push), Lieh (split), Tsai (pull down), Chou (elbow), and Kao (shoulder strike). More Info
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Volume Thirty Eight - Yang Taijiquan (Part 2) - Section One
Instruction - 61 min.
Master Lu Gui Rong's journey of the internal martial arts has spanned over 50 years. His Yang taiji lineage is traced from Wu Hui Chuan, an early student of Yang Cheng Fu. Master Lu studied with several of Wu Hui Chuan's students including Zhang Yu and Wui Gui Qing, nephew of Wu Hui Chuan. The entire 108 movement long form that is demonstrated first is derived from this branch of taijiquan. The first section is also demonstrated twice at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. The form movements, which are divided into four groups are performed four times each before moving on to the next group. This title covers movements 1 to 19, Commencement of Taijiquan to the first Cross Hands. More Info
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Volume Thirty Nine - Yang Taijiquan (Part 3) - Section Two
Instruction - 81 min.
The entire 108 movement long form is demonstrated at the end of this tape. The second section is also demonstrated twice at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. In the form repetition section, the eight groupings of movements are performed three times each before moving on to the next group. This title covers the movements 20 to 57, the first Carry Tiger to Mountain to the second Cross Hands. More Info
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Volume Forty - Yang Taijiquan (Part 4) - Section Three
Instruction - 80 min.
Section three is demonstrated twice at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. In the form repetition section, the eleven groupings of movements are performed three times each before moving on to the next group. This title covers the movements 58 to 108, the second Carry Tiger to Mountain to Conclusion of Taijiquan. More Info

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Volume Forty One - Wu/Hao Tai Chi Chuan (Part 1)
Master Lu Gui Rong
Section One - Instruction - 72 min.
Master Lu Gui Rong’s Wu/Hao tai chi lineage is traced from Hao Shou Ru, who was grandson of Hao Wei Zhen. Hao Wei Zhen’s teacher was Li Yi Yu, nephew of the inventor of the style Wu Yu Xiang. The 96 movement long form that is demonstrated first is derived from this branch of tai chi chuan. The first section is also demonstrated twice at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. This form repetition format is the same on Volumes 41 to 43. The five groups of movements are performed four times each before moving on to the next group. This title covers movements 1 to 24, Preparatory Form to White Crane Spreads Its Wings. More Info
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Volume Forty Two - Wu/Hao Tai Chi Chuan (Part 2)
Sections Two & Three - Instruction - 81 min.
The form repetition format is the same as the prior title Volume Forty One. The second and third sections are performed continuously at the beginning and end of the corresponding form repetition segments. Section two covers movements 25 to 42, Left Brush Knee and Twist Step to Single Whip, and section three covers movements 43 to 64, Step Up and Punch Groin to Down Posture. More Info
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Volume Forty Three - Wu/Hao Tai Chi Chuan (Part 3)
Section Four - Instruction - 75 min
The fourth section covers movements 65 to 96, Golden Cock Stands on One Leg to Closing Form. The form repetition format is the same as volumes 41 & 42. Thistitle concludes with a demonstration of the entire 96 movement long form. More Info
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Volume Forty Four - Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong - Part 1
First 64 Movement Form - Movements 1 to 34
Instruction - 59 Min'
The first 64 Movement form deals primarily with the "post natal body" and addresses illnesses or injuries that have developed as a result of everyday life. It focuses on the 12 primary channels or meridians, the collaterals, and emphasizes the Ren, Du, Chong, and Dai channels of the body. Dayan Qigong is one of the most popular styles of qigong practised in China due to its accessibility to all ages. More Info
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Volume Forty Five - Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong - Part 2
First 64 Movement Form - Movements 35 to 64
Instruction - 72 Min.
This volume continues with the second half of the form. The form repetition segment is divided into five groupings of movements repeated four times each. The entire form is repeated at the begining and end of the tiltle. The movements 34 to 64 are also performed continuously at the begining and end of the form repetition segments. More Info.
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Volume Forty Six - Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong - Part 3
Second 64 Movement Form - Movements 1 to 42
Instruction - 67 Minutes
The second 64 Movement form deals primarily with the "pre natal body" and addresses problems you were born with or genetically inherited from your parents. Having dreged the channels in the first form, the 2nd 64 Movement form is designed to clear the channels to absorb qi, expel turbid qi. and restore organ balance. More Info.
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Volume Forty Seven - Wild Goose (Dayan) Qigong - Part 4
Second 64 Movement Form - Movements 42 to 64
Internal Five Elements Form
Instruction - 77 Minutes
Volume 47 continues with the second half of the form. The form repetition segment is divided into four groupings of movements repeated four times each. There are also two repetitions of the movements 42 to 64, as well as, the entire form. The Internal 5 Elements Form is a short static form, which uses patting of the accupuncture points to join internal and external qi. More Info.

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Volume Forty Eight - Advanced Chen Family Cannon Fist (Part 1)
Sections One and Two
Instruction - 79 Minutes
Pao Chui or Cannon Fist is the second Chen taiji open hand form. Its lineage is from Chen Zhao Kui, son of the famous Chen taiji master Chen Fake. This form balances the slowness, softness, and stability of the first form with swiftness, hardness, jumping, and stomping. The two together emphasize the yin and yang of softness and hardness of Chen taijiquan complementing each other. The form repetition segments are divided into six groupings in section one and ten in section two. The individual sections are performed at normal practice speed at the beginning and end. The volume concludes with both sections one and two performed a normal practice speed with movement names. More Info.

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Volume Forty Nine - Advanced Chen Family Cannon Fist (Part 2)
Sections Three and Four
Instruction - 77 Minutes
This volume continues with sections three and four. There are four groupings of movements in each of the form repetition segments with the specific section demonstrated at the beginning and end of the groups. Also, both sections three and four, as well as, the entire form are demonstrated at normal practice speed continuously. The volume concludes with Ten Combination Circle Drills drawn from the form designed to develop the circular motion of the dantians as the originators of external movements. More Info.

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Volume Fifty - Chen Tai Chi Chuan (Part 12)
Broad Sword Form
Instruction - 59 min.
There are many different Chen broad sword forms. This particular one is from Chen Zhao Kui, son of Chen Fake, the famous Chen stylist. Master Xu learned this from Ma Hong, who studied with Chen Zhao Kui. It is composed of 23 movements. The beginning of the volume contains 10 basic exercises. Each drill is demonstrated, explained and repeated two times. The next section of form repetition is broken down into the 3 sections of the form. Each of the form repetition segments is bracketed by the specific section performed continuously at normal speed. The volume concludes with the entire form performed at normal practice speed with movement names. More Info.

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Volume 51 - Taoist Hua Shan Qigong
Thirty Six Circles (Part 1) - Movements 1 to 18
Instruction - 76 Minutes.
Hua Shan is one of the sacred Taoist mountains of China. Hua Shan means, "flower mountain". Each monastery on the sacred mountains has its own emphasis on different arts. The 36 Circles sequence is one of the standing exercises of the Hua Shan Taoist system. It is considered a neigung or internal skill practice. It was formulated to consciously circulate qi through the meridians and channels of the body to generate external movement from internal. More Info.

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Volume 52 - Taoist Hua Shan Qigong
Thirty Six Circles (Part 2) - Movements 19 to 36
Instruction - 65 Minutes.
Although this qigong form can be viewed as a health exercise promoting illness prevention and longevity, it can also be applied to taiji and other martial art systems because it focuses on the principles of moving qi, which is the underlying foundation of all martial arts. The 36 Circles trains the upper, middle and lower dantians focusing on internal qi circulation generating external movements of the body. The movements are demonstrated once, which is followed by a teaching section and a further repetition of the movement before moving on to the next exercise. More Info.

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Volume 53 - Yang Banhou Style Taijiquan
81 Movement Form (Part 1)
Sections One & Two - Movements 1 to 44
Instruction - 86 Minutes.
Volume 53 begins with the entire form demonstrated at medium speed. Additionally sections one and two are demonstrated at the beginning and end of their respective form repetition sections. Section one form repetition is broken down into four movement groupings and section two is divided into nine. More Info.

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Volume 54 - Yang Banhou Style Taijiquan
81 Movement Form (Part 2)
Section Three - Movements 45 to 81
Instruction - 75 Minutes.
Volume 54 begins with a review of sections one and two demonstrated continuously at normal speed. Section three is performed two times at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. Section three form repetition is divided into seven groupings of movements. All of the individual groups are performed four times before moving on to the next group in the sequence. This title concludes with a demonstration of the entire 81 movement form at normal speed.
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Volume 55 - Yang Jianhou Style Taijiquan
85 Movement Form (Part 1)
Sections One & Two - Movements 1 to 46
Instruction - 62 Minutes.
Volume 55 begins with the entire form demonstrated at normal practice speed. Additionally sections one and two are demonstrated at the beginning and end of their respective form repetition sections. Section one form repetition is broken down into four movement groupings and section two is divided into nine. More Info.

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Volume 56 - Yang Jianhou Style Taijiquan
85 Movement Form (Part 2)
Section Three - Movements 47 to 84
Instruction - 61 Minutes.
Volume 56 begins with a review of sections one and two demonstrated continuously at seventy-five percent speed in order to observe the fnier details of the movements anf points of power issuing. Section three is performed two times at the beginning and end of the form repetition segment. Section three form repetition is divided into eight groupings of movements. All of the individual groups are performed four times before moving on to the next group in the sequence. This title concludes with a demonstration of the entire 85 movement form at normal speed.
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Volume 57 - "Martial Art is Art of thePredator" - Part One
Twelve Basic Exercises

Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 58 Minutes.
Martial Art is Art of the Predator is a group of titles in the China'sLiving Treasures series , which explain Master George Xu's (Xu Guo Ming) theory of martial art practice. This title Martial Art is Art of the Predator - Part One, Twelve Basic Exercises covers basic training excesses to develop specific qualities within your practice. Topics include chan ssu chin(sill reeling), ground force, peng jin, center equilibrium, shrinking/expanding force, sinking power, body momentum, ocean wave force, empty/full force, springing/shaking power, and huanyin jin, which combines the prior mention qualities together.
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Volume 58 - "Martial Art is Art of thePredator" - Part Two
"Treeman" and the Fourteen Dantians

Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 55 Minutes.
Martial Art is Art of the Predator is a group of titles in the China's Living Treasures series , which explain Master George Xu's (Xu Guo Ming) theory of martial art practice. This title Martial Art is Art of the Predator - Part Two, "Treeman" and the Fourteen Dantians focuses on moving the dantian within the structure of the "treeman" body. Topics include: eight direction movement, vertical, horizontal, diagonal and figure eight clockwise and counterclockwise circles, up/down dantian, separating dantian, rising dantian, rolling dantian, dropping dantian, lower and upper dantian, bending dantian and combining dantian movements. The "treeman" concept is the container and the dantians are the movement generators.
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Volume 59 - "Martial Art is Art of thePredator" - Part Three
Chinese Masters Secrets

Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 72 Minutes.

Martial Art is Art of the Predator is a group of titles in the China's Living Treasures series , which explain Master George Xu's (Xu Guo Ming) theory of martial art practice. Master Xu has travelled throughout China in his exploration of the martial arts. In this title Martial Art is Art of the Predator - Part Three, Chinese Masters Secrets he demonstrates his own and other Chinese masters secrets. These exercises are the specific training to develop martial qualities that makes their practice unique and consequently effective in meeting opponents. He will demonstrate seven of his own techniques and an additional twenty five techniques of other masters, which are broken down as follows:
Master Da Chen (4), Master Xiao Chen (5), Master Wu Wen Wei (2), Master Wu Jie (5), Master Jiang Zhong Bao (9). This distillation of their practice by Master Xu has come from years of interaction with these masters.
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Volume 60 - 20th Annual Masters from China Camp 2007 - La Honda, Californiaß
Featuring Master Yun Yin Sen and Master George Xu
(Xu Guo Ming)
Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 113 Minutes.
This title focuses on the Huayue Xinyi Liuhebafaquan system, also known as "water boxing". This system is from the Sung dynasty and older than taijiquan. On this volume Master Yun Yin Sen focus on the fundamentals and internal practice of this system. Although Master Yun demonstrates the entire form at the end of this title, This should not be viewed as a form instruction title. There are eight sections covering: standing forms, standing instruction, individual basics, "Circulation of the Primordial Qi" form demonstration, "Circulation of the Primordial Qi" form training, "Circulation of the Primordial Qi" form with no sound with which to practice, demonstration of the entire Liuhebaquan form and a scroll of the qualities of this system. The "Circulation of the Primordial Qi" form is their qi internal training method. They do not refer to it as qigong, however, although in the West it would be categorized in this way. This form is extremely useful for general health and not limited to the practice of this system. Master George Xu does the commentary and English explanations of this system.
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Volume 61 - 18th Annual Masters from China Camp 2005 - La Honda, California - Part 1
Featuring Master Qian Zhao Hong and Master George Xu
(Xu Guo Ming)
Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 108 Minutes.
The majority of the content in this volume is taken from the first demonstration night at camp. It begins with Master Qian demonstrating the 250 year old Chan Ssu(spiral) taijiquan form followed by section explaining it. Master Xu continues with demonstration of the Chen taijiquan form performed with different intentions and continues with further explanations and applications. Master Qian performs the rare Fighting form from the 6 harmony/ 10 animal xinyi system. This is only the second and last time this form was performed in North America. Master Qian follows with the applications of the form with students. Master Xu demonstrates Lan Shou Chuan form and also demonstrates applications following with students. This title concludes with Master Qian discussing his history and martial theory responding from questions from students.
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Volume 62 - 18th Annual Masters from China Camp 2005 - La Honda, California - Part 2
Featuring Master Qian Zhao Hong and Master George Xu
(Xu Guo Ming)
Lecture/Demonstration/Instruction - 101 Minutes.
The content in this volume focuses on drills and instruction from the camp week. Master Qian sections cover the topics of Chan Ssu (spiral) taijiquan qigong, Chan Ssu taijiquan fundamentals and the Chan Ssu taijiquan form, Master Xu continues with instruction on the Chen taijiquan form and Chen taijiquan fundamentals. Both Master Xu and Master Qian also have sections on 6 Harmony/10 Animals xiniyquan practice drills. This title concludes with Master Xu teaching a class in the Chen taijiquan sword form and the Lan Shou Chuan double broad sword set.
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