three random things #1
Welcome to the first episode of "three random things", where I use Spot Check to load 3 random items and then I tell you what I found.
There's a lot of stuff in here... some modern, professionally produced video content and websites... and some a bit more homegrown! I'm moderating what's added to the Archive to a certain extent, but also trying to be inclusive of all styles, cultures, levels of achievement, and varying interests, as long as it has some relevance to the community.
So there are some short demo clips, some people teaching, people talking, people silently doing forms, people suffering in standing postures for various lengths of time and filming it for your viewing pleasure, and of course a healthy number of blurry videos with insanely loud traditional Chinese music playing the entire time.
Without further ado... the first three things!
It looks like I found some decent variety and nothing too weird for the first round.
- For starters we have a guy named Kenji (based on the Youtube comments) being a very good crash test dummy for Master Su Dong Chen, who explains some theory and applications at a seminar from 2000.
- Second is a "Tai Chi Step by Step For Beginners" video by Master Song, who is currently offering some pretty cool looking online courses over here: https://www.patreon.com/mastersongkungfu
- And third is a 20-minute video of a group of people doing a qigong set called "Six Unity Exercise". Looks like a nice set for a class in a pretty rooftop location. Produced by Simon Blow Qigong.
Here, Master Su Dong Chen demonstrates variations on material developed out of the "Application of Opening/Outside Movement ("Whip Hands") - Consistent Method" video clip posted prior to this one. This part of the seminar was after developing outside movement power - the quickness, snap and "towel-like" feel that the arms and hands need.
Following the first "Consistent Method" application (again, refer to the previously posted video), here we follow the training as it moves into a very practical application - as opposed to an application oriented more towards training - that ends with a standing choke. Various other alternatives,including an application of shuttle palm and some throws are demonstrated. The clip ends with how to handle it when your own hand is grabbed while "shuttling."
( I also refer viewers to the "Tui Shou"/"Sticky Hands"/"Push Hands" video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_Y4QlH0hlQ ).
This seminar was filmed at the Herndon/Sterling branch of White Birch School of K'ung-Fu in 2000. Thank you Si Fu Sean Kans for your hospitality.
More clips to come, including from the October 2010 seminars at Natural Motion Systems in Miami
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Liu He Qigong - Six Unity Exercise
This video is the full 20 minute practice that you can use to practice with us. Simon Blow Qigong: http://www.simonblowqigong.com/
Liu He Gong – Six Unity Exercise is an ancient health cultivation practise which has been influenced by the philosophy of Daoism, Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Martial Arts and further developed by experts and Professors at the Shanghai Qigong Research Institute.
The word Liu He refers to the six directions upward, downward, East, West, South and North.
The exercise allows the practitioner to connect with and become an integral part of the universe and united with heaven and earth.
Movement No 1. - Ascend, Descend, Open and Close
Movement No 2. - Exhale the old and inhale the new
Movement No 3. – Ascending the clean energy and descending the stale energy
Movement No 4. - Turn the body to look back
Movement No 5. - Relax the fascia and stretch the body
Movement No 6. - Leap on a horse to draw a box
Recorded September 2017 on the Guangzhou China hotel roof top during the Simon Blow Qigong Study Tour
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