Many are familiar with the amazing feats and stage show performances of seemingly, unworldly martial strength and prowess in Shaolin Kungfu. Revered at times, and criticized as trickery in others… demonstrations such as resisting spears thrust into the neck, descend from asceticism in the context … Continue readingHard Qigong – Asceticism and Combat
Characterized by its fluid (serpent/dragon-like) movements with complex coiling and spiraling, the style is dynamic with intricate footwork patterns. Close-in fighting, wrestling/ restraint, and ancient halberd strategy are Interlinking Body attributes descending from monastic warriors.
“In the experiment of sleep deprivation in narrow and sealed environment, our team studied the effect of Tai Chi training on mood and EEG spectrum power. The study showed that Tai Chi training could improve mood and reduce the low-frequency activity of the EEG signals, … Continue readingOn Orbit Tai Chi – People ’s Liberation Army Space Corps
“We have a brain for one reason and one reason only ― that’s to produce adaptable and complex movements. Movement is the only way we have affecting the world around us … I believe that to understand movement is to understand the whole brain. And … Continue readingMovement – Martial Intelligence Through Nature