Basic versions of the five element fists in Sun Lu Tang style Xing Yi Quan i.e. Pi Quan, Beng Quan, Zuan Quan, Pao Quan, and Heng Quan.
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Sun Jian Yun (1913-2003) was the only daughter of Sun Lu Tang. She spent much of her life teaching her father's arts, and as well as being an art teacher. She is most well-known for teaching her father's Taijiquan system, eventually writing a book on it in the 1950's describing the changes her father made to it following the publication of his manual, A Study of Taijiquan, before his passing. Sun Shu Rong (1918 - 2005) was the eldest "daughter of Sun Cunzhou, and granddaughter of Master Sun Lutang, creator of Sun style Tai Chi Chuan. During her childhood, she trained in Tai Chi Quan and Xing Yi Quan with both her grandfather and father. As a teenager, she assisted her father in teaching the family martial art, while completing her training of Bagua Quan and Sun style weapons." http://www.suntaichi.com/sunshurong.html According to Ivan Ang, a Sun style practitioner in Singapore, the video contains, "Sun Shu Rong [doing the] 12 animals and 5 elements. Sun Jian Yun push hands with her disciple Eiji Goto, Liu Shu Chun does the Xingyi Snow Flake Broadsword (Xue Pian Dao), then Eiji Goto and Liu Shu Chun with Two Person Mixed Pair Form (An Shen Pao)." https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_ZipffnTqsc8suyly6qGKA My teacher, Tim Cartmell, studied with Sun Jianyun and her family back in Beijing during the early 1990's. I hold Xingyi and Bagua Class every Saturday morning at 7am, and Sun Style Taiji class at 8am, where we cover the forms, applications, and strategies of Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, and Taijiquan. If you like these videos, please share and subscribe! In addition if you want to support my efforts to produce more content please consider my patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/grounddragonma COPYRIGHT NOTICE Uploaded under "FAIR USE" legally for the purposes of academic study, discussion and criticism. Fair use is a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work. In United States copyright law, fair use is a doctrine that permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holders. Examples of fair use include commentary, search engines, criticism, parody, news reporting, research, teaching, library archiving and scholarship. It provides for the legal, unlicensed citation or incorporation of copyrighted material in another author's work under a four-factor balancing test. Uploaded legally under "FAIR USE." No infringement upon the original copy right holder. All rights reserved. ONLY for the purpose of academic discussion, study and criticism. https://grounddragonma.com/
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新加坡洪添榮老師演示 Performed by Master Ivan Ang from Singapore
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Description Single version of creating and destroying form
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Sun Lutang's Taijiquan is a blending of Xingyi and Bagua Kungfu in the frame of Taijiquan. Unfortunately applications often seem to forget this. So I did this video to show some applications and the first two sections of Sun shi Taiji duilian. Here you can see that power is used and voice (fasheng) too, because these are tools needed in real practice. Otherwise, the 'quan' of Taiji would be only a name!
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Sun style Taijiquan is my preferred style, a joy when I teach it and when I practice it. Its movements are sophisticated and rippling. A mixture of Taiji, Xingyi and Bagua, it is absolutely consistent with my usual practice of Xingyi, Bagua, Liuhe Tanglang. In the past I studied also Chen style TJQ but I found that it had less consistency with my other practices, and gave me no satisfaction. Sun style in the Fu Zhensong recension has got everything that deserves me.
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Example of three different ways of practicing Pi Quan in Xing Yi: Fixed step, moving step and walking step.
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Sifu Li BIng head of the Sun Style Association performing at the 150th anniversary of Sun Lu Tang (founder of Sun Shi Xing Yi, Bagua and Taiji) in Shenzhen 2010
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This is a demonstration of the Hawk's Eight Step routine from Sun Style Xingyiquan created by the illustrious Sun Lu Tang. It is based on the Sparrow Hawk shape from the 12 animal shapes found in Sun's Xingyi. The video was shot and edited by Mark Stavnicky.
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新加坡洪添榮老師演示 Performed by Master Ivan Ang from Singapore
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Teaching striking & defense with Hsing-i (Xingyi) & Sun Style Taijiquan principles... Random break beats...
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One of my many demonstrations at the Rising Dragon Martial Arts Schools http://risingdragonschool.com
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Traditional Sun Style Taiji demonstrated by Scott Bird 4th Generation Disciple of Sun Lu Tang and Vice President of the International Sun Lu Tang Martial Arts Association. Unless you have learned and can do the stance 'San Ti Shi' then you are not doing Sun Style Tai Chi correctly as San Ti Shi is the root of this form. Attend Rising Dragon School and learn authentic Sun Style Taiji, Xingyi, and Bagua https://www.risingdragonschool.com Follow Scott's InstaGram: https://www.instagram.com/risingdragonschool/ Attend the Caribbean Retreat in Barbados https://www.CaribbeanHealthRetreat.com #sunstyletaichi #sunlutang #sunjianyun #suncunzhou #taichiinchina #taichischoolchina
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Lineage of Sun Lu Tang.
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One of my many demonstrations at the Rising Dragon Martial Arts School http://risingdragonschool.com
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