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“Pa Kua”

Apr
4
2011

The Return of Kang

Several years ago, we took tremendous pride in being the first (and only) representatives to offer …

Mar
14
2011

Bagua’s Swimming Body

Last December 27th we announced  a new translation

Mar
5
2011

The Three Eights

It is not typical to see them this way, but you could make an argument that most “styles” in martial arts are just about space…

Nov
22
2010

Let’s Ban the Vibrating Palm

These is a Tai Chi story about a cousin of the Vibrating Palm…

Nov
15
2010

Yin Fu

In general the Yin style does not emphasize the lower and upper basins…

Oct
11
2010

Simple Circles

We’re happy to say that interest in Bagua Zhang is growing…

Aug
21
2010

Baguazhang Concepts DVD series from Tom Bisio

Look!! A whole new series of Bagua DVDs from Tom Bisio! Good explanations, oodles of applications, and Bagua usage that looks suspiciously like Bagua. We think you are going to like these…

Apr
4
2010

Product: Cheng Bagua DVDs

We’ve wanted this one to convert to DVD from VCD for a long time…

Mar
29
2010

Update Bagua

There is beginning to be a respectable amount of coverage on the growing popularity of

Dec
27
2009

Product: Bagua Linked Palms, Wang Shu Jin

Here is Wang Shu Jin’s most famous book on the Linked Palms of bis beloved Ba Gua…

Dec
25
2009

Product: 64 Hands of Gao Style Bagua

Gao Ji Wu has teamed up with Nigel Sutton to produce a very clear and practical explanation of the famous Gao 64 Hands…

Nov
20
2009

Product: Orthodox Bagua Zhang

One of the most complete translations yet from Joseph Crandall…

Nov
18
2009

Product: Seven Star Staff of Bagua

A new translation and compilation of Bagua staff work by Joseph Crandall.

Sep
14
2009

New Product: Brinkman on Bagua

Here’s a DVD set on Gao style Bagua usage we’ve been meaning to offer for, well, a while…

Mar
6
2009

Bagua Explained

NOTE: This is not so much an article as an ongoing process which will expand over time.