• DVD: Taiji Chin Na in Depth by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

    YMAA

  • $65.95

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    Chin Na is the art of seizing and controlling an opponent with fast and effective joint locks, cavity press, bone misplacement, muscle grabbing, and artery sealing. 2-DVD set. 6 hours. Control Any Opponent with Simple, Powerful Joint Locks Chin Na (Qin Na) is the art of seizing and controlling an opponent. It is a fast, effective way to subdue an attacker using joint locks, cavity press, bone misplacement, muscle grabbing, and artery sealing. Taijiquan is a traditional martial art, and Chin Na is an important part of your complete Taiji (Tai Chi) training. Taiji Chin Na are smooth, flowing techniques that are simple to execute and difficult to escape. Dr. Yang discusses, demonstrates, and teaches you his Chin Na techniques up-close and in detail. All these techniques are hidden inside the Yang style postures, but can be applied to all Taiji styles. DISC ONE: Course One: 19 techniques from the Eight Moving Patterns, and Clockwise Coiling in Crossed Pushing Hands. Course Two: 16 techniques from the Eight Moving Patterns including Rotating Neutralizing, and Counterclockwise Coiling in Crossed Pushing Hands. Course Three: 21 techniques from the Eight Moving Patterns, and Parallel Pushing Hands. DISC TWO: Course Four: 10 techniques specifically for countering an opponent controlling your elbow in Pushing Hands. Also includes a Bonus Video (w over 200 chapters!) with Dr. Yang demonstrating 80 Taiji Chin Na techniques in slow mo. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming is a world-reknown author and teacher of Gong Fu (Kung Fu), Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) and Chin Na and a leading authority on Qigong (Chi Kung). Involved in Chinese Kung Fu since 1961, he has over 55 schools in 18 countries. Dr. Yang has published over thirty books and over eighty videos and DVDs on health and martial arts. He is the founder of the YMAA Retreat Center. Search Amazon for "YMAA" , "Jwing-Ming Yang" or "Dr. Yang" to find more instructional Tai Chi and health DVDs available from YMAA Publication Center.

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