Displaying posts tagged with

“wudang”

Sep
1
2011

Wu Dang Tai Chi Chuan Complete

Here is one of the first books that boldly attributed Tai Chi Chuan to its Wu Dang heritage…

Apr
18
2011

A Fist and A Palm

Most of the people who come to Plum are knowledgeable about Chinese martial arts to know that the Chinese word “fist” means boxing

Jun
2
2010

Product: Wu Dang Nine Palace Arts

There are many martial styles in the WuDang Taoist category.

Apr
29
2010

Lu Shan style

Lu Mountain: meeting of two religions With the Yangtze on its north, Mount Lu traverses Jiangxi Province. In ancient days it was known as Dahanyang, and sometimes Mount Kuang. The highest peak, Dahanyang, reaches to 1543 meters above sea level.

Apr
20
2010

Chinese Delights (back in stock)

Oh, you have no idea how hard we work, sometimes, to get these Chinese books back into stock! And then when we do, often there are only a few copies before we have to go back and re-insert our ‘want tag’… But RIGHT NOW…FOR THE MOMENT…here are a few gems that are on our shelves. […]

Mar
17
2010

A Useful Analogy

As a traditional martial artist who insists on everything I study passing the test of combat, I spend a lot of time around full-contact fighters who don’t understand the point of the traditional arts.

Sep
16
2009

Sunday Qigong Seminar Series

Come one, come all…! The Academy of Martial Arts (our school here in Santa Cruz) is presenting 3 separate workshops on the Art of Qigong: Qigong Essentials (Sept 20); Wudang Qigong (Oct 4) and Blossoms in the Spring (Oct 18). The last, of course, will be especially helpful to those of you who have purchased […]