Tai Chi for Martial Arts

Tai Chi for Martial Arts

I want to share with you some of my perspectives on using tai chi as a martial art. I know many of you mainly practice tai chi for health, but many others want to know how to use tai chi as an effective martial art and for self-defense. I have seen a lot of comments...
Internal Arts Masters

Internal Arts Masters

“Throughout the years, I’ve had the opportunity to study with some of the foremost internal and external martial arts masters in the world, as well as authentic Tibetan Buddhism and Taoist meditation lineages. In this section, I’ll share with you insights gained...
Bagua: Roll the Ball

Bagua: Roll the Ball

Here, Bruce demonstrates ‘Roll the Ball’, a practice that is associated with bagua, rou shou, and fighting applications, rather than with the circle-walking and meditation aspects. In this bagua practice, the arms encase a sphere in space and the movement...

5 Levels of Tai Chi Masters

There are traditionally five levels of credentials and competence for tai chi masters, which are helpful to know since tai chi doesn’t have black belts or other obvious visible signs of competence. In China, the long-established hierarchy of learning and teaching tai...

Bagua Zhang Fire Palm

Here is a short intro video about the Bagua Fire Palm. In it, Bruce discusses Bagua’s history as a spiritual development system, as well as its evolution into a martial art. Bruce also discusses topics from a previously held workshop held in San Francisco. This...

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