Contributor: David zhou,the president of Tianmeng kungfu Academy, the 18th generation of Meihua Fist, has been practiced Meihua fist for more than 20 years,do a lot of study on Meihua Fist.
Qi(Chi), the internal energy, is also the name of breath, to lead and use Qi is just to regulate the breath. Taoist name it,”dao yin tu na”. Buddha name it “lian qi xing dong”. Confucian name it “hao ran zhi qi”. We can breathe by both nose and mouth. According to first lesson, we name it soft fire by nose, and fierce fire by mouth. Plum blossoming sect think that breath by nose has more benefit. Continue reading “Senven Breath Ways in Qi (Chi)Gong” »
This last month we hosted CCTV4 (China Central Television 4) at our school for a week, they made contact with us awhile back advising that they would like to come to our school, and have a look around with intentions of filming a 30-minute programme based on the school and students here at Tianmeng. After their first visit they promptly booked to return with their full team.
In the week they spent with us they Interviewed a few or the students and our Sifu, and filmed our training, they were very interested to see our form work, our Hard Qi Gong and the surrounding areas where we go to train sometimes. Continue reading “CCTV4 Visit Tianmeng” »
Nadiya, a language teacher, medical interpreter and psychologist from Germany was practicing Yoga and Internal Martial Arts more than 10 years. She uses positive energy of natural movements flow to generate new ideas, overcome difficulties and find positive ways of communication and teaching in a professional life. In this article she shares with us her own experience, general ideas, and famous scientific resources concerning the effects of practicing Internal Martial Arts.
The term “Internal Training”, is referring to a type of training that focuses on developing our life energy called “Qi”.