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Experience Tai Chi Fitness Experience Tai Chi Fitness, by David-Dorian Ross, October 10, 2016
Tai Chi Fit is a unique workout that I have developed after decades of traditional tai chi (taijiquan) practice. It is an effort to make tai chi more fun and…
The Hidden Roots of Karate and Jujitsu The Hidden Roots of Karate and Jujitsu, by Andrew Zerling, October 5, 2016
This article will discuss several martial arts to illustrate how different looking martial arts are apparently closely related and how the idea of hidden historical roots applies to many martial…
DRILL: The One-Step, by Rory Miller, September 26, 2016
The one-step arose as a useful accident. Many years ago I was reading George Mattson's The Way of Karate and I completely misunderstood his description of ippon kumite.
The Art and Science of Staff Fighting The Art and Science of Staff Fighting, by Joe Varady, September 19, 2016
The staff, or bo, is one of the most common weapons in the martial arts.  Many karate schools include bo forms in their curriculum. I am here with Master Joe…

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YMAA Schools 34th Anniversary, Oct. 6, 2016
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Baby Boomers Embrace Qigong, Aug. 13, 2016
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Master Helen Liang featured at Banyen Book & Sound Store, Apr. 13, 2016
Join Master Helen Liang for a special tai chi performance and the introduction of two new DVD releases...



DVD: Neigong 2-DVD set by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming5 starsPriceless shared knowledge
"Dr. Yang shares over a half-century of his accumulated knowledge with the viewer in this nearly six-hour presentation."
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