DVD-LHPK1 Bagua Series Package (3 DVDs)
Buy all 3 Master Helen Liangs Baqua DVDs and save 25%!
Master Helen Liang is the eldest daughter of Grandmaster Liang Shou-Yu. Originally from Sichuan Province, China, she began training in traditional martial arts at the age of 4 under the strict guidance of her father. At the age of 11, she was chosen to train with Sichuan Provincial Wushu School. In 1985, she immigrated to Canada and became an official instructor at the Shou-Yu Liang Wushu Institute in 1989.
During her years of training, she has participated in many national and international competitions and has won a great number of gold medals. She has been featured in many media including Chinese Central Television (CCTV), Shanghai and Sichuan Provincial television in China, Cathay television in Canada, national pay-per-view features in the US, CBC and Channel M in Canada, as well as several newspapers and magazines in China, US, and Canada. In these instructional videos, she reveals to you the secrets behind this mysterious art, breaking it down into sections for easy learning and showing individual movements along with examples of applications.
1. Emei Swimming Body Baguazhang Bagua Palm is and internal art of self defense and self cultivation, based on the Daoist symbol known as Bagua, or eight trigrams. It is a series of eight postures and moves in circles. Emei Swimming Body Baguazhang descends from Emei Mountain, where some belief Bagua originated and the land of legendary warriors. The Swimming Body method is known for its sudden walking, turning and changing positions. It is also called Swimming Body, Walking Dragon Baguazhang. DVD-LH003
2. Bagua Sword - Shu Shan (Emei) Xiao Yao Bagua is an internal martial art, akin to Tai Chi, known for its circular movements. It is based on the philosophical concepts of Yin and Yang, Tai Chi and I Ching. This Bagua sword comes from the Shu Mountain Range, where Emei Mountain lies. Many captivating stories and legends have told for generations about the sword immortals living in this area. Xiao Yao means to accord or comply with ones heart, to do something ones heart dedicates with no restraint. When applied to the martial arts, it means that when ones martial arts skill reaches a certain level, one enters into a state of freedom. In this video, Master Helen Liang will reveal the techniques behind this mysterious and beautiful sword method. Master Liangs videos are some of the most popular bestsellers in our catalog. We are very pleased to be able to offer another title from this award-winning master of the martial arts. DVD-LH004
3. Dear Horn Knives Deer Horn Knives are one of the unique weapons of Chinese Martial Arts. They are practiced in the style of Bagua, which is a major internal style alongside Tai Chi and Xingyi. Bagua is based on soft, circular movements. Related to the prophetic combinations of the I Ching, Bagua is constantly changing so as to always keep the opponent at a disadvantage. Bagua Deer Horn Knives combine grace and fluidity with razor-sharp precision. This is an excellent training tool for anyone looking to refine their skills. This video features Master Helen Liang. She is assisted by Master He Tao. DVD-LH009
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