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Sensei Bill Marsh has devoted his life to karate. From the beginning of the sixties in the US until today, Sensei Marsh has trained Karate Do, Kobudo and Tai Chi Chuan. He has hundreds of students in Germany, France and Greece. In his karate studies, he has changed his system three times, until he came to Shorinji Ryu of O'Sensei Richard Kim, Hanshi. From the contents: "The club was newly opened and was in operation for only a few months. The Judo club had been opened for six months but the…

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This book demystifies the basic concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine for the Western mind. It simplifies & condenses difficult concepts so that people of the West have a better understanding of this subject. TCM is written for teachers, students, and the public. The theory section includes historical facts and the fundamental concepts of TCM. "In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which is the most widely used healing system in the world, the body is viewed from a different perspective…

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108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan, Taschenbuch von Michael Gilman, YMAA Publication Center, 978-1-886969-58-2, Veröffentlichungsdatum: 04.06.1998, Seitenanzahl: 128, Abmessungen: 184 x 108 x 12 mm 184 x 108 x 12 mm

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This volume in the Chen Kung Series presents the two-person Tui Shou exercises of the Eight Styles and Four Skills of Sensing Hands (popularly known as "Pushing Hands"). The main purpose of Sensing Hands-and also Greater Rolling-Back (Da Lu) and Dispersing Hands (San Shou)-is to learn how to Interpret the movements and changes of the opponent, and, just as importantly, how to sense your own defects. The Taijiquan Classic says, "Through knowing yourself, you can know others," so in Taijiquan…

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