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Tai Chi Sword Classical Yang Style 2nd Ed: The Complete Form, Qigong, and Applications (Hardcover)

by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

This book provides a solid and practical approach to learning tai chi sword accurately and quickly. Includes over 500 photographs with motion arrows!


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Release date: 
August 1, 2022
Hardcover: 240 pages
7.5 × 9.25 × 1 in
ISBN: 9781594397714
Printing: Black and White
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Beyond the Barehand Form, beyond the Qigong, lies the elegant and effective Sword of Taijiquan! Learn to extend your Qi, enhance your art and refine your self. This comprehensive guide contains not only the complete Taiji Sword Form and Taiji Sword Qigong Set, but also seldom taught sword fighting applications and matching exercises.

More than just a "how-to," this book also contains theory, history and a complete guide to fundamentals—all essential to building a deep, understanding of this art, long considered to be the highest achievement in Taijiquan, as well as the most popular of the Taiji weapons.

  • Strengthen and relax your body.
  • Calm and focus your mind.
  • Improve your balance.
  • Develop proper Taiji breathing.
  • Learn the complete Sword Form and Taiji Sword Qigong.
  • Over 400 photos with detailed instruction.


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About the Author

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming (楊俊敏博士) started his Gongfu (Kung Fu) training at the age of fifteen under the Shaolin White Crane (Bai He) Master Cheng, Gin Gsao (曾金灶). In thirteen years of study (1961-1974) under Master Cheng, Dr. Yang became an expert in the White Crane style of Chinese martial arts, which includes both the use of bare hands and of various weapons such as saber, staff, spear, trident, two short rods, and many others. With the same master he also studied White Crane Qin Na … More »