Stalking Yang Lu-Chan
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Stalking Yang Lu-Chan

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This unique manual of internal methods, inspired by the skills of Yang the Invincible, reveals key elements in finding and training a Tai Chi body. How did Yang do it? From whom did he learn? He watched the Chens but had to train alone in secret. Yang Lu-chan had to learn from himself, through his own body. Beginning in the stillness of Wu Ji standing, the author presents...more
Paperback, 132 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Sunstone Press
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I expected this to be better than it was. Unfortunately, for a guide book it was over-written, with no (much needed) illustrations or other guides apart from the text. The author started off his ideas with a good approach, in my opinion, he would draw from his own experiences to first describe the technique. Then he would switch his language to a technical level that bordered on the pretentious. Finally he became nearly incomprehensible when he would mention things that even I, as a 15 year prac...more
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