Internal Arts Represented Here

Which Internal Art do YOU study?

  • Xingyiquan (Shanxi, Honan, Hubei, etc.)

    Votes: 25 28.4%
  • Taijiquan (Chen, Yang, Sun, Wu, Hao/Wu, etc.)

    Votes: 48 54.5%
  • Baguazhang (pick a style, any style!)

    Votes: 33 37.5%
  • Liuhebafa

    Votes: 4 4.5%
  • Yiliquan

    Votes: 7 8.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 21 23.9%
  • Not Applicable

    Votes: 8 9.1%

  • Total voters
    88
  • Poll closed .

Matt Stone

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Just wondering how many internal stylists (Xingyiquan, Taijiquan, Baguazhang, Yiliquan, Liuhebafa, etc.) we have on this forum.

Please chime in with what you do and where you do it!

:samurai: :samurai:
 
tajiquan here-yang and chen
learning basic bagua fr. masterli
mostly, i cant wait to learn more hsing-i
:p
 
Currently, most of the training I'm doing is in northern Shaolin long fist kung fu, but I'm also in a group that's learning a long form of Yang style tai chi. That's the only internal art I'm doing right now. This is also plenty for me now, so at the moment I don't have any intentions of doing other styles. I'll just concentrate on learning what I'm being taught now and we move fast enough that there's almost always something new to remember.
 
YiLiQuan...
but poorly, at best...

I don't have time to study all that other stuff...

:asian:
chufeng
 
Some tajiguan-Yang not enough so I'd claim to know it only the most basic of introduction to it
Still looking for an instructor close to me
 
tshadowchaser, I see from your post that you're in Massachusetts. Are you in the Boston area? I believe that the Yang Martial Art Assosciation is based in Boston. I'm sure you can find a number of qualified Yang tai chi teachers through their organization. Chances are they also have some teachers who aren't based there, but in other cities in the general area. You might be able to find someone near you. Their web site is http://www.ymaa.com/ if you'd like to check. I hope this is of some help.
 
Teach old Yang Taijiquan, study Baguazhang, Xing-I, LHPF.

Gary
 
Cheng Hsin T'ui Shou, & Bagua Zhuan Xuan Gong, Swimming Body Dragon Walking Baguazhang.
Sincerely, In Humility; Chiduce!
 
Hi,

YiLiQuan is not YiQuan...

YiLiQuan is a system which includes PaiXingQuan, HsingYiQuan, TaiJiQuan, and PaGuaQang...

See our thread in the Schools/Instructors section...there is a link to an article which describes it in more detail.

:asian:
chufeng
 
Originally posted by chufeng

Hi,

YiLiQuan is not YiQuan...

YiLiQuan is a system which includes PaiXingQuan, HsingYiQuan, TaiJiQuan, and PaGuaQang...

See our thread in the Schools/Instructors section...there is a link to an article which describes it in more detail.

:asian:
chufeng

Ok. THANKS

Because Yi-Quan/Yi-Chuan is DACHENGQUAN ;)
 
:asian:
Sun n Yang style Tai Chi
just started...
tho i m looking for BaguaZhang too.
-TkdWarrior-
 
Hi Folks!
I teach Wu's [24 move] abstracted from Liu Yen Chiao of taiwan, Chen's [24 move] short form and the 108 yang's long form [love the complete form!] as well as yin fu Bagua and the internal weapons forms as well! Learn most of it from the Jason Tsou-Wu Tang lineage.
I hope that i was of some service,
KENPOJOE
 
Xing Yi Quan (North American Tang Shou Tao)
Some Gao-Style Ba Gua

I also teach San Miguel Eskrima, which I practice (and teach) with internal arts principles.

Best,

Steve Lamade
 

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