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The value of Traditional Push Hands Methods Traditional push hands methods were created by the founders of these arts. A modern trend is to allow practitioners to compete against each other utilizing some of these methods. Maggie Neuman referred to this type of teaching as “throwing fresh meat to the […]

The value of Traditional Push Hands Methods







Silk Reeling Pt 6 – Front, back, and side centers The following example has Aaron holding me in a hammerlock from behind. The principle of triangulating with my front center line as well as not crossing that center line is also applicable to the back center line. The elbows must […]

Silk Reeling Pt 6 – Front, back, and side centers


Silk Reeling pt 5– exploring Yin and Yang One of the important things that we study is sinking versus dropping. Dropping creates an external momentum that can be followed. Sinking on the other hand is not expressed externally via movement. No momentums are created leaving nothing external to follow. There […]

Silk Reeling pt 5– exploring Yin and Yang


  Temple training part two When I comes to training the bulk of our time, several hours, is spent on Gong Fa to produce the skills that we are all seeking. This type of free play is something we would do at the very end to experiment with what we […]

Temple training part two