BASIC TAIJIQUAN TRAINING — PUSHING HANDS: STATIONARY MODE

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Basic Taijiquan Training — Pushing Hands: Stationary Mode

“Pushing Hands” is an ingenuous method to develop combat skills. In Shaolin Wahnam, four important skills are acquired in Stationary Pushing Hands, namely being relaxed, moving in energy flow, flowing with an opponent's momentum and then turning it against him, and sensing an opponent's moves and intentions.

Thus, in the video clip you may see some parctitioners with their eyes close, so that they may sense better. As Wahnam Taijiquan is always practiced as chi kung, “Pushing Hands” also generates an energy flow and increases internal force.

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Basic Taijiquan Training -- Pushing Hands Stationary Mode from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

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