Jan Diepersloot, The Tao of Yiquan The Method of Awareness in the Martial Arts

Jan Diepersloot, "The Tao of Yiquan: The Method of Awareness in the Martial Arts"
Publisher: Qi Works | 2000 | ISBN: 0964997614 | English | PDF | 290 pages | 35.97 Mb
Based on the techniques and practices of various masters of Yiquan, this book focuses on the ability to defeat power and speed with the softness and stillness taught by this Chinese martial art. Yiquan, also known as I Ch'uan, is an ancient health and martial art system that has its roots in Buddhism and draws on Chinese meditative traditions. Central to Yiquan training methods is a practice of meditation that integrates mind and body to produce fa jin, a powerful and potentially lethal force. Yiquan also relies on skills of awareness and stillness to counter and control this deadly force. This is volume three of the trilogy Warriors of Stillness.
About the Authors

Jan Diepersloot has studied martial arts for nearly 25 years and is the author of "Warriors of Stillness". He is the founder of the Contra Costa Center for Healing and the Arts, where he teaches. He lives in Walnut Creek, California.

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