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Wudang Mountain Martial Arts Training Course

by Zhou, Xuan-Yun, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

Enter the Mystical Sacred Mountain of Wudang

China’s Wudang Mountain is the stuff of legend. Enshrouded high atop its cloud crested peaks stands a martial legacy that has inspired scholar warriors for generations. Wudang swordsmen and swordswomen proliferate the lore of ancient China with their tales of heroism and martial skill. And today, Wudang has even inspired rap and hip-hop music. The chartbusting mega-group Wu-Tang Clan takes its name from an alternate spelling of Wudang.

And it’s real. Wudang Mountain is an actual place. It’s actually a range of mountains in Hubei Province, scattered with ancient Daoist temples, lofty sanctuaries, and remote hermitages. Hundreds of priests, shamans, and masters are nestled in these forbidding mountains, and their martial arts are still very much alive.

Wudang is the cradle of Tai Chi, along with other internal arts like Bagua and Xingyiquan. It is a mecca for Qigong and a treasured source of authentic martial arts.

If you can’t get to the mountain, now the mountain comes to you. Master Zhou, Xuan-Yun is a genuine Daoist monk who grew up training Tai Chi and Kung Fu on Wudang mountain. Master Zhou (pronounced ‘Zow’) has created an extraordinary video series that reveals the time-honored arts of Wudang in this unprecedented Wudang Mountain Martial Arts Training Course.

Follow the Dao and Increase Your Martial Power

You now realize why Wudang has been called “The First Divine Mountain Under Heaven” as for centuries this sacred mountain was the choice for those in search of the Way (the Dao).

With the Wudang arts, you can most effectively use the physical strength you have, while developing these subtle skills of listening and following jing (energy), and defeat an opponent without having to overpower them.

The movements of the internal arts are often compared to clouds and water. Clouds move seamlessly. Water absorbs any force that comes at it and flows around obstacles. Water is one of the most common metaphors in Daoist literature. Observing nature and learning from it is common ground for Daoism and the Martial Arts. Because every aspect of life is a manifestation of the Dao, even a cloud or the movements of an animal can teach us something.

Your Personal Invitation to Enter Wudang Mountain Training by Joining Master Zhou Now...

For centuries, the secrets of Wudang Mountain were available only to very few people.

What was started at Wudang is now offered to you through YMAA Publications Center and Master Zhou as an exclusive home training program on three DVDs through this unique Wudang Mountain Martial Arts Training Course. As an added bonus, you will also receive the authoritative reference book, Ancient Chinese Weapons by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Master Zhou would love the opportunity to teach you in his Wudang method of study.

As Master Zhou often says, “We have a famous phrase in China saying that ‘You only realize how valuable your treasure is when you see someone else holding it.’” Hopefully this saying will prove true, and your enthusiasm for the martial arts will lead to a rejuvenation of your training, your vitality and your life.

Please join Master Zhou by personally claiming your exclusive copy of Master Zhou's the “Wudang Mountain Martial Arts Training Course” on three extensive DVDs below.

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DVD: Wudang Kung Fu—Fundamental Training (Ji Ben Tao Lu)
by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Wudang history, warm-up routine, basic stances, punches, and kicks, and basic Wudang Kung Fu Ji Ben sequence with martial applications.

Watch Trailer - 97 min - 1 Disc(s)

DVD: Wudang Taijiquan—Zhan-Zhuan, Sequence, and Martial Applications
by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

108-posture Taijiquan sequence for beginners and experienced Tai Chi practitioners of all styles. With warm up exercises, martial applications, and standing meditation.

Watch Trailer - 150 min - 1 Disc(s)

DVD: Wudang Sword—Tai Yi Daoist Form
by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Learn the legend and history of Wudang sword, conditioning drills, the Tai Yi Daoist Sword sequence and martial applications.

Watch Trailer - 100 min - 1 Disc(s)

Digital eBook: Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Artist's Guide by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Artists Guide is an easy reference guide. Profusely illustrated, easy to navigate, and conveniently broken down into four main classifications: Long Weapons, Short Weapons, Soft Weapons, and Projectile / Thrown Weapons.

This is Everything You Will Receive -- Including FREE Shipping and a Special Bonus eBook-- When You Claim Your Copy of the “Wudang Mountain Martial Arts Training” Program:

DVD: Wudang Kung Fu by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Wudang Kung Fu Fundamentals Revealed 
For thousands of years, the Wudang arts were kept secret from the outside world. This program shows, for the first time, the fundamental training practices used on Wudang Mountain. This one-on-one lesson offers detailed instruction of a warm-up routine, and the basic stances, punches, and kicks of Wudang Kung Fu. The fundamental Wudang Kung Fu (1st Form 基本套路 Ji Ben Tao Lu) sequence is also taught with practical martial applications. This program offers deep insight into traditional martial arts training, no matter what style you practice.

Wudang Mountain in central China is a physical and spiritual sanctuary. Covering over 300 square kilometers, it has 72 peaks, breathtaking lakes and rivers, and a forest with over 600 known medicinal herbs. Home to dozens of temples, it is the world's largest Daoist center. Daoism is an ancient Chinese philosophy that teaches people to live a refined life, in harmony with nature.

The monks of Wudang Mountain centuries ago blended Daoist concepts with traditional Chinese fighting arts, integrating physical and spiritual practices, and internal-style Wudang Kung Fu was born. Wudang Kung Fu emphasizes flowing and agile movements, designed for self defense.  It develops a strong root, proper body alignment, efficient movement, and a relaxed body and mind.

Features performances by senior YMAA Instructors Nicholas C. Yang and Adison Martin.

DVD: Wudang Taijiquan by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Learn the Mysterious Art of Wudang Taiji

Beautiful Wudang Mountain is the world's largest Daoist center. Dating back 2,000 years, it spans 321 square kilometers with 72 peaks, dozens of architectural masterpieces, many lakes, rivers, and a forest which still sustains over 600 known medicinal herbs. Daoism is an ancient Chinese philosophy that teaches its practitioners to live a peaceful, refined life in harmony with nature. Centuries ago, Daoist philosophy, such as yin/yang theory, was adopted into the martial arts trained by the monks of the Wudang monasteries, and Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) was created.

Taijiquan, or 'Grand Ultimate Fist', combines the internal skills of yang sheng (life nourishing) with ancient fighting techniques. Practiced slowly, Taijiquan is a set of gentle, flowing movements which promotes exceptional health and well-being. Taijiquan emphasizes the development of a strong root, proper body alignment, efficient movement, and a calm and relaxed mind and body. The application of Taijiquan reveals it is an effective martial art specializing in using softness to overcome hardness, uprooting the opponent, redirecting incoming force, and striking vital points.

This program discusses the history of Wudang Taijiquan, offers a Warm Up section, and teaches the essential skill of Zhan-Zhuang, or standing meditation, which develops the Qi (energy) throughout your body. The complete 108-posture Wudang Taijiquan sequence is demonstrated, and each posture is instructed separately with martial applications. Each technique is taught and demonstrated in detail, making it easy for the viewer to learn. The ancient art of Wudang Taijiquan has much wisdom to offer beginners and experienced Tai Chi practitioners of all styles.

Features performances by senior YMAA Instructors Nicholas C. Yang and Adison Martin.

DVD: Wudang Sword by Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Wudang Sword Revealed
Since ancient times, Wudang martial artists have earned prestige for their mastery of the sword. Wudang sword uses flowing, circular movements to neutralize incoming attacks and redirect the opponent's power. This program comprehensively instructs Wudang Sword for the first time in both English and Chinese.

The sword is the king of all weapons, and to wield it requires an unparalleled level of skill. Unlike other weapons which use brute force to clash and overpower, your sword techniques must be precise, and your movements light and quick. Wudang Sword training will make your body stronger and more flexible, and will increase your speed and endurance. Wudang Sword increases and refines your Qi (energy) and develops a calm and focused mind.

This program begins by discussing the legend and history of the Chinese sword. Next, it offers practical information on sword care and safety. The principles of Wudang sword are discussed and fundamental conditioning drills are presented. The Wudang Tai Yi Daoist Sword sequence is demonstrated in detail, making it easy for the viewer to learn. Each posture is then instructed separately with martial applications.

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Many martial artists, once they reach a certain level of proficiency with their barehanded fighting forms, choose to expand their knowledge to include weapons techniques. But what weapon to choose? Over the past 5,000 years, the Chinese have developed a vast array of weapons, built for a multitude of purposes. What are these purposes? What is the background of these weapons? What weapon is right for you?

Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Artists Guide is an easy reference guide. Profusely illustrated, easy to navigate, and conveniently broken down into four main classifications: Long Weapons, Short Weapons, Soft Weapons, and Projectile / Thrown Weapons.

Inside you will find weapons of many types, from swords and spears, sharpened coins to flying claws! Even if you're not a martial artist, but have an interest in history and warfare, you'll find this guide an invaluable resource.

Includes techniques and fighting strategy.

  • History and evolution of weapons.
  • Translations of Chinese terms.
  • Over 130 illustrations.

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  • DVD: Wudang Kung Fu - by Zhou, Xuan-Yun DVD; 97-minutes; This program shows, for the first time, the fundamental training practices used on Wudang Mountain. This one-on-one lesson offers detailed instruction of a warm-up routine, and the basic stances, punches, and kicks of Wudang Kung Fu. The fundamental Wudang Kung Fu (1st Form 基本套路 Ji Ben Tao Lu ) sequence is also taught with practical martial applications. This program offers deep insight into traditional martial arts training, no matter what style you practice.
  • DVD: Wudang Taijiquan - by Zhou, Xuan-Yun DVD; 150-minutes; This program discusses the history of Wudang Taijiquan, offers a Warm Up section, and teaches the essential skill of Zhan-Zhuang, or standing meditation, which develops the Qi (energy) throughout your body. The complete 108-posture Wudang Taijiquan sequence is demonstrated, and each posture is instructed separately with martial applications. Each technique is taught and demonstrated in detail, making it easy for the viewer to learn. The ancient art of Wudang Taijiquan has much wisdom to offer beginners and experienced Tai Chi practitioners of all styles.
  • DVD: Wudang Sword - by Zhou, Xuan-Yun DVD; 100-minutes; This program begins by discussing the legend and history of the Chinese sword. Next, it offers practical information on sword care and safety. The principles of Wudang sword are discussed and fundamental conditioning drills are presented. The Wudang Tai Yi Daoist Sword sequence is demonstrated in detail, making it easy for the viewer to learn. Each posture is then instructed separately with martial applications.
  • FREE BONUS EBOOK PDF: Ancient Chinese Weapons by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming PDF-file; 158-pages; 176 Ancient Chinese Weapons: A Martial Artists Guide is an easy reference guide. Profusely illustrated, easy to navigate, and conveniently broken down into four main classifications: Long Weapons, Short Weapons, Soft Weapons, and Projectile / Thrown Weapons. (in the continental U.S. Only--Valued at $11.99, yours free)
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About the Author(s)

Zhou, Xuan-Yun

Daoist monk Zhou, Xuan-Yun (Mysterious Cloud), grew up in a temple on Wudang Mountain, China where he was a student and later an instructor of Taiji and Kung Fu. He belongs to the Orthodox Unity sect of Daoism, and is trained in ritual arts, chanting, divination, and internal alchemy. At the age of 20, Xuan Yun left Wudang Mountain to live as a wandering monk. He traveled alone around China for four years, in order to seek out and dialogue with fellow martial artists. In 2005, Xuan Yun moved … More »

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 »


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