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“LiuHeBaFa”

May
8
2016

Li Tianji’s Xing Yi Legacy; Andrea Falk’s Dictionary

Plum is adding another text by Andrea Falk, a translation of significance to Xing Yi practitioners: Li TianJi’s The Skills of XingYiQuan;  311 pages, with hundreds of illustrations. This is a thorough text on the style handed down to Li Tianji from his father, Li Yulin. It’s very well laid out with sections covering basic […]

Sep
19
2014

6 Harmonies 8 Methods, new

Liuhebafa seems to be growing in every direciton. This is the so-called “fourth internal style” and some people see it as having a more distinctly martial tone to its voice. We’re happy to add a nice representation to our already strong list. This is a peek directly into a lesson from a well skilled instructor […]

Jul
2
2014

The Qigong You are Already Practicing…

I seem to be getting lots of questions about qigong from our readers. Some of these questions are pretty sophisticated and others ask more about beginning practice. I thought it might help people to discuss a really broad view of qigong from the martial arts perspective that, classically, is one of the three main divisions […]

May
13
2013

Master Camp 2007: LiuHeBaFa

The “Circulation of the Primordial Qi” form is their qi internal training method. Practitioners of this system do not refer to it as qigong, however, although in the West in would fall in this category.

May
5
2013

Two China Masters Camps: La Honda

Master Qian performs the rare Fighting form from the 6 harmony/ 10 animal xinyi system. This is only the second and last time this form was performed in North America. ..

May
8
2010

Liu He Six Harmony Boxing

Liu He Quan is an old style of Kung Fu rarely taught nowadays. It has, however, been influential in the formation and completion of many other styles.

Jan
8
2010

Liu He Ba Fa

As smooth as Tai Chi, as subtle as Bagua, as powerful as Xing Yi; LiuHeBaFa (Six Hrmonies and Eight Methods) is getting a lot of attention in the martial world. But none of this clears up its serpentine origins …

Mar
2
2009

Your Martial Arts Notebook

Bruce Lee became famous for his. Others have them hidden away in garages, boxes and closets.

Jul
24
2003

Internal Martial Arts—Movement in Stillness

Newcomers to internal martial arts (neijia) typically encounter a fundamentally different approach to training the body than associated with external martial arts.