DVD: Tai Chi Sword by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
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Run Time: 100min
Number of discs: 1
Narration: English & French
Menus/Subtitles: English, French, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish
Region Encoding: All Regions
Release Date: May 2005
Tai Chi Sword has long been considered the highest achievement in Taijiquan training. Mainly used as a defensive weapon, Tai Chi Sword requires a strategy of ‘calmness in action’. To achieve this calmness, the student must develop patience, peace of mind, and bravery.
This demonstration-style DVD contains:
- The complete 54-Posture Tai Chi Sword Form
- The Tai Chi Sword Qigong Set
- Fundamental Sword Techniques
- 10 Matching Drills for training with a partner
- 42 seldom-taught sword-fighting applications
"The ultimate or final goal of Tai Chi Sword training is to gain a deep understanding of yourself in order to lead a more enlightened life. "– Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
This DVD complements the book "Tai Chi Sword, Classical Yang Style - The Complete Form, Qigong & Applications", by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. (sold separately)
This program and the Sword Fundamental Training DVD (YMAA) will provide a solid foundation in Sword technique.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Over 100 Scene Selections • Languages: English, French • Multi-Language menus & subtitles: French, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese • Interactive YMAA product catalog with 30 Additional Minutes of YMAA video previews
YMAA PRODUCTION • DR. YANG, JWING-MING • “TAI CHI SWORD” • WRITTEN BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING • PERFORMED BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING, ROBERT WAS, AND VADAS MIHALY • EDITED BY DAVID SILVER AND MEDIAMANIC • PRODUCTION ASSISTANCE BY PHILIP GOLDMAN • PRODUCED BY DAVID SILVER • DVD AUTHORING BY MEDIAMANIC • DIRECTED BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING
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Mark Cheng, L.Ac., Black Belt Magazine, May, 2004
...examines the methodology of this traditional Chinese weapon. Although he assume the viewer has some familiarity with the martial arts – and specifically with tai chi empty-hands techniques – those without prior training can still follow along. One of its best features is Yang’s recitation of traditional Chinese poems that define the art of the sword.