Tai Chi Neigong & Neijin

Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Chen Style Compact 18 Forms
Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Chen Style Compact 18 Forms is created strictly based on the Chen family traditional postures. Posture is only a tool to cultivate inner energy, the neigong is your goal. Repetitive drill on each posture is easy for a beginner to learn, it also provides the opportunity for advanced students to ascertain the feeling of inner work layer by layer. It is designed for Zoom teaching to fit limited space for home or corporate onsite practice. This is also a perfect short form to lead beginners into a long form routine. Demonstrations are given in front and back views, and Master Tsao gives a detailed description of each posture’s main neigong concept. (Difficulty: Beginner through advanced Levels). DVD, (68 minutes).

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Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Yang Style Compact 18 Forms
Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Yang Style Compact 18 Forms is created strictly based on the Yang family traditional postures. Posture is only a tool to cultivate inner energy, your goal is to gain neigong. Repetitive drill on each posture is easy for a beginner to learn, it also provides the opportunity for advanced students to ascertain the feeling of inner work layer by layer. It is designed for Zoom teaching to fit limited space for home or corporate onsite practice. This is also a perfect short form to lead beginners into the long form 108. Demonstrations are given in front and back views, and Master Tsao gives a detailed description of each posture’s main neigong concept. (Difficulty: Beginner through advanced Levels). DVD, (67 minutes).

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Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Wu Style Compact 18 Forms
Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Wu Style Compact 18 Forms is created strictly based on the Wu family traditional postures and character. Posture is only a tool to cultivate inner energy, the neigong is your goal. Repetitive drill on each posture is easy for a beginner to learn, it also provides the opportunity for advanced students to ascertain the feeling of inner work layer by layer. It is designed for Zoom teaching to fit limited space for home or corporate onsite practice. This is also a perfect short form to lead beginners into the Wu long form. Demonstrations are given in front and back views, and Master Tsao gives a detailed description of each posture’s main neigong concept. (Difficulty: Beginner through advanced Levels). DVD, (68 minutes).

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Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Sun Style Compact 18 Forms
Tai Chi Neigong Shibashi in Sun Style Compact 18 Forms is created strictly based on the Sun family traditional postures and the character of flexible steps. Posture is only a tool to cultivate inner energy, the neigong is your goal. Repetitive drill on each posture is easy for a beginner to learn, it also provides the opportunity for advanced students to ascertain the feeling of inner work layer by layer. It is designed for Zoom teaching to fit limited space for home or corporate onsite practice. This is also a perfect short form to lead beginners into the Sun long form. Demonstrations are given in front and back views, and Master Tsao gives a detailed description of each posture’s main neigong concept. (Difficulty: Beginner through advanced Levels). DVD, (62 minutes).

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Tai Chi Ball Neigong
Tai Chi Ball Neigong by master Jesse Tsao shares a traditional practice to develop internal energy and core strength. The practice uses dan-tian (lower abdomen) rotation to generate torso movement which leads to ball movement. The ball is usually made out of rubber, wood, steel, or even stone, and typically weighs between 5 and 30 lbs. This practice will help you sink your center of gravity, improve balance and posture, tone muscles and tendons, and enhance internal power. You can start with a lighter medicine ball and then work up to a heavier one over time. This is a new curriculum of Tai Chi Healthways instructor training program. Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (70 minutes).

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Tai Chi Ball Strength Training in Chen Style
Weighted-ball training in Chen style tai chi form is one of the most effective ways to improve your balance, endurance, bone density and core strength. It can help build and maintain muscle mass and strength. Strong muscles lead to strong bones, and strong bones can help minimize the risk of fracture due to osteoporosis. It can also protect vitality, make everyday tasks more manageable, and help you maintain a healthy weight. Harvard Health Publications remarks that “a combination of age-related changes, inactivity, and inadequate nutrition conspire to gradually steal bone mass, at the rate of 1% per year after age 40.” As bones grow more fragile and susceptible to fracture, they are more likely to break after even a minor fall or far less obvious stress, such as bending over to tie a shoelace. Six out of 10 people who break a hip never fully regain their former level of independence. Even walking across a room without help may become impossible. Numerous studies have shown that strength training can play a role in slowing bone loss, and several show it can even build bone. This is tremendously useful to help offset age-related declines in bone mass. Practicing tai chi with a weighted ball puts healthy stress (tugging and pushing) on bones and can nudge bone-forming cells into action. The result is stronger and denser bones. This video is based on Chen Old Frame Routine 1. You can start with a lighter medicine ball and then work up to a heavier one over time. This is a new curriculum of the Tai Chi Healthways instructor training program. Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (73 minutes).

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Tai Chi Ball Strength Training in Yang Style
Weighted-ball training in Yang style tai chi form is one of the most effective ways to improve your balance, endurance, bone density and core strength. It can help build and maintain muscle mass and strength. Strong muscles lead to strong bones, and strong bones can help minimize the risk of fracture due to osteoporosis. It can also protect vitality, make everyday tasks more manageable, and help you maintain a healthy weight. Harvard Health Publications remarks that “a combination of age-related changes, inactivity, and inadequate nutrition conspire to gradually steal bone mass, at the rate of 1% per year after age 40.” As bones grow more fragile and susceptible to fracture, they are more likely to break after even a minor fall or far less obvious stress, such as bending over to tie a shoelace. Six out of 10 people who break a hip never fully regain their former level of independence. Even walking across a room without help may become impossible. Numerous studies have shown that strength training can play a role in slowing bone loss, and several show it can even build bone. This is tremendously useful to help offset age-related declines in bone mass. Practicing tai chi with a weighted ball puts healthy stress (tugging and pushing) on bones and can nudge bone-forming cells into action. The result is stronger and denser bones Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (71 minutes; Online download 86 minutes).

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Tai Chi Ball Strength Training in Wu Style
Weighted-ball training in Wu style tai chi form is one of the most effective ways to improve your balance, endurance, bone density and core strength. It can help build and maintain muscle mass and strength. Strong muscles lead to strong bones, and strong bones can help minimize the risk of fracture due to osteoporosis. It can also protect vitality, make everyday tasks more manageable, and help you maintain a healthy weight. Harvard Health Publications remarks that “a combination of age-related changes, inactivity, and inadequate nutrition conspire to gradually steal bone mass, at the rate of 1% per year after age 40.” As bones grow more fragile and susceptible to fracture, they are more likely to break after even a minor fall or far less obvious stress, such as bending over to tie a shoelace. Six out of 10 people who break a hip never fully regain their former level of independence. Even walking across a room without help may become impossible. Numerous studies have shown that strength training can play a role in slowing bone loss, and several show it can even build bone. This is tremendously useful to help offset age-related declines in bone mass. Practicing tai chi with a weighted ball puts healthy stress (tugging and pushing) on bones and can nudge bone-forming cells into action. The result is stronger and denser bones Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (81 minutes; Online download 96 minutes).

For quick start learning: download the Digital Video now: $24.95 – Get it here: https://taichihealthways.cinevee.com/tai-chi-ball-in-wu-style

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Tai Chi Ball Strength Training in Sun Style
Weighted-ball training in Sun style tai chi form is one of the most effective ways to improve your balance, endurance, bone density and core strength. It can help build and maintain muscle mass and strength. Strong muscles lead to strong bones, and strong bones can help minimize the risk of fracture due to osteoporosis. It can also protect vitality, make everyday tasks more manageable, and help you maintain a healthy weight. Harvard Health Publications remarks that “a combination of age-related changes, inactivity, and inadequate nutrition conspire to gradually steal bone mass, at the rate of 1% per year after age 40.” As bones grow more fragile and susceptible to fracture, they are more likely to break after even a minor fall or far less obvious stress, such as bending over to tie a shoelace. Six out of 10 people who break a hip never fully regain their former level of independence. Even walking across a room without help may become impossible. Numerous studies have shown that strength training can play a role in slowing bone loss, and several show it can even build bone. This is tremendously useful to help offset age-related declines in bone mass. Practicing tai chi with a weighted ball puts healthy stress (tugging and pushing) on bones and can nudge bone-forming cells into action. The result is stronger and denser bones Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (67 minutes)

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Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Chen Style
Joint locks (Qin-na 拿 ) are a key element of tai chi self-defense and are based on the tai chi principles of adhering and sticking. Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Chen style, created by Dr. Jesse Tsao, provides you with an effective training method to develop your grasping ability with spiraling inner strength. Not only for tai chi practitioners, the training methods develop fundamental skills that can augment the practice of Aikido, Jujitsu or Judo techniques. The short stick simulates the opponent’s forearm, and training with the stick facilitates the development of coordinated hand movements 两手相搏相系 that are integrated with the tight spiraling action of the torso, providing highly effective and powerful self-defense reactions 太极圈要越练越小紧凑. It is also an excellent therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritic hands, strengthening and stretching the muscles and tendons for improved range of motion and dexterity. Detailed instruction by Master Tsao with fron view and back view DVD (66 minutes).

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Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Yang Style
Joint locks (Qin-na 拿 ) are a key element of tai chi self-defense and are based on the tai chi principles of adhering and sticking. Tai Chi Bang for Joint Locks, created by Dr. Jesse Tsao, provides you with an effective training method to develop your grasping ability with spiraling inner strength. Not only for tai chi practitioners, the training methods develop fundamental skills that can augment the practice of Aikido, Jujitsu or Judo techniques. The short stick simulates the opponent’s forearm, and training with the stick facilitates the development of coordinated hand movements 两手相搏相系 that are integrated with the tight spiraling action of the torso, providing highly effective and powerful self-defense reactions 太极圈要越练越小紧凑. It is also an excellent therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritic hands, strengthening and stretching the muscles and tendons for improved range of motion and dexterity. DVD (60 minutes).

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Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Wu Style
Joint locks (Qin-na 拿 ) are a key element of tai chi self-defense and are based on the tai chi principles of adhering and sticking. Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Wu Style, created by Dr. Jesse Tsao, provides you with an effective training method to develop your grasping ability with spiraling inner strength. Not only for tai chi practitioners, the training methods develop fundamental skills that can augment the practice of Aikido, Jujitsu or Judo techniques. The short stick simulates the opponent’s forearm, and training with the stick facilitates the development of coordinated hand movements 两手相搏相系 that are integrated with the tight spiraling action of the torso, providing highly effective and powerful self-defense reactions 太极圈要越练越小紧凑. It is also an excellent therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritic hands, strengthening and stretching the muscles and tendons for improved range of motion and dexterity. Detailed instruction by Master Tsao with fron view and back view DVD (66 minutes).

For quick start learning: download the Digital Video now: $24.95 – Get it here: https://taichihealthways.cinevee.com/tai-chi-bang-qin-na-joint-locks-in-wu-style

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Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Sun Style
Tai Chi Bang Qin-na Joint Locks in Sun Style: a combination of meditation in motion – joints healing – self-defense. Joint locks (Qin-na擒拿 ) are a key element of tai chi self-defense and are based on the tai chi principles of adhering and sticking. Tai Chi Bang for Joint Locks, created by Dr. Jesse Tsao, provides you with an effective training method to develop your grasping ability with spiraling inner strength. Not only for tai chi practitioners, the training methods develop fundamental skills that can augment the practice of Aikido, Jujitsu or Judo techniques. The short stick simulates the opponent’s forearm, and training with the stick facilitates the development of coordinated hand movements 两手相搏相系 that are integrated with the tight spiraling action of the torso, providing highly effective and powerful self-defense reactions 太极圈要越练越小紧凑. It is also an excellent therapy for carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritic hands, strengthening and stretching the muscles and tendons for improved range of motion and dexterity. Jesse Tsao teaches in English with front and back view demonstrations. DVD (60 minutes).

For quick start learning: download the Digital Video now: $24.95 – Get it here: https://taichihealthways.cinevee.com/tai-chi-bang-qin-na-joint-locks-in-sun-style

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