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https://violaherbstlaub.blogspot.com/2021/04/cheng-man-ching-37-movement-tai-chi.html

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Many years ago I studied Classical Yang Style Tai Chi from the lineage of Chen Wei Ming. I learned an unusual version of Yang Style long form, taught by a master from Hong Kong and two of his disciples. I am still practicing and studying tai chi today. – Tai Chi John

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Tung Ying Chieh (1898-1961) war ein bekannter Meister der Yang Taijiquan Tradition. Er war einer der Meisterschüler des großen Yang Stil Meisters der dritten Generation, Yang Cheng Fu.

Taijiquan ist eine Übung der Innern Kampfkünste. Stärke wird in den Knochen erzeugt. Kraft lagert in de Muskeln. Man benötigt keine dicke Haut oder kräftige Muskeln, jedoch sollte das Qi sinken und die Knochen sollen stark sein. Deshalb haben Taijiquan Übende keine Sorgen, sich die Knochen zu brechen oder die Muskeln zu zerren. Auch wird man nicht müde von Kicks und Sprüngen. Man bewegt sich natürlich, mit der inneren, ursprünglichen Energie. Diese zu entwickeln ist das Ziel dieser Übungen. Die drei Hauptpunkte: Geist, Intention und Haltung müssen sich vereinen.

http://wudang-dao.blogspot.com.es/2014/06/tai-chi-chuan-explained.html

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This is part 1 of a 4 (2+3?) part series on applications for the traditional Yang Style Long Form. Applications makes Intention and Intention directs energy. Each movement of the 108 form is shown, then one or more applications are demonstrated and explained. This series goes along with the written text and photos at http://www.gilmanstudio.com, online lessons. The instructor, Michael Gilman has over 40 years of teaching experience.

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The Professor: Tai Chi’s Journey West will be the first feature documentary about the great master, Cheng Man-Ching.  The story of a legendary man who brought ancient traditions to the modern world, teaching Westerners how to seek an ethical, open-minded, joyful, natural way of life. We’ve spent ten years filming, interviewing and gathering archival material in order to tell the fascinating story of how Cheng brought Tai Chi and classic Chinese culture to New York during the tumultuous 1960s.

“It is about time this wonderful teacher’s journey West was documented.”  Tony Visconti – Musician, Producer, Tai Chi Practitioner

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Cheng Man Ching (1902 – 1975) performing the Yang 37 movement short form, push hands, and leading a Tai Chi group in this old film from the 1950′s in Taiwan (possibly 1954). Some of the other participants in the film were Ben Lo, Mr. Lung Chi-shan, Liu Hsi-heng, T’ao Ping-siang, and possibly  Weng Tze-ch’uan.

http://taichivideos.org/cheng-man-ching-in-taiwan-during-the-1950s-1960s/

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Chen Wei Ming (1881 – 1958) practices applications of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan with his assistant Leung King Yu (1907-2003) – via: https://www.facebook.com/BestTaiChiVideos?fref=photo

Here is Tung Ying Chieh (1898-1961) performing the second section of the Traditional Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. This video shows from the movement “Carry Tiger to the Mountain” all the way through to the second “Cross Hands” of the form. Filmed in Thailand in 1945.- http://taichivideos.org/tung-ying-chieh-performs-yang-style-tai-chi-chuan/

Tung Hu Ling learned his Tai Chi from his father Tung Ying Chieh, who was a prominent disciple of the Yang Family’s 3rd generation master Yang Cheng Fu. Tung Hu Ling also had the wonderful opportunity to be personally tutored by Yang Cheng Fu in the Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan.- http://taichivideos.org/classic-yang-style-tai-chi/

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