Hsing-i Water Fist

Hsing-i Water Fist

Hsing-i Water Fist also known as Tsuan Chuan or Drilling Fist is one of the five basic techniques of hsing-i chuan.In this movement physical motion goes from down to up and uses Peng or Ward Off, expansive internal energy. Peng refers to energy rising or expanding...
Hsing-i Metal Fist

Hsing-i Metal Fist

Hsing-i Metal Fist also known as Pi Chuan or Chopping/Splitting Fist is one of the five basic techniques of hsing-i chuan.In this Five-Element technique, physical motion goes from up to down, utilizing An or Push Downward internal energy. It is a yin internal energy...
Hsing-i for Health

Hsing-i for Health

Although Hsing-i and I Chuan are known solely as martial art forms, they are in fact some of the most powerful health practices on the planet. Here’s the basic rule: You go through two stages with any chi practice. The first stage makes you healthy without this...
Hsing-i Introductory Videos

Hsing-i Introductory Videos

The following are a series of videos intended to introduce you to Hsing-I. Included is a basic demonstration, an overview of Pi Chuan (Metal Fist) of Hsing-i and it’s variations, as well as the relationship between Standing qigong, Santi and Hsing-I.  Click here...
Hsing-i Santi

Hsing-i Santi

At the very heart of the martial practice of Hsing-i and its Five Elements, is Santi, or the “Trinity Posture.” Santi is done holding a static standing posture, with your arms extended. In the classic schools of Hsing-i, the posture is held in Pi Chuan,...

Hsing-i Chuan Martial Arts

Hsing-i Martial Art Qualities Hsing-i’s basic qualities as a martial art include: The energetic and combat intent behind a movement is emphasized more than the physical movements of the form. Functional power in each and every part of every movement, rather than...

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