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32 Yang Style Sword

This 32 Yang Style Sword course was developed and is taught by Master JianFeng Chen. In this course you'll receive: 

  • Information on how to purchase a sword
  • Basic instruction on how to move the sword
  • 8 week course with step by step instructional videos
  • Instructional videos set on the beautiful Oregon coast

The Chinese Sword (劍; pinyin: jiàn), also called the “King of Weapons” is a traditional double-edged weapon that can be traced back 2500 years. In modern times, Tai Chi and other martial arts practitioners benefit from sword practice because it contains a lot of Yang energy. By using the “middle way” we combine this Yang energy with Ying energy's flowing movements to increase flexibility and joint mobility. Practicing the Tai Chi sword then becomes not a weapon but a conduit for our energy to extend around and through our body. This practice can especially benefit the shoulders, wrists, and fingers. The sword forms, like Chinese medicine, may help with arthritic-like conditions in a more natural way, slowly increasing or maintaining mobility in the joints.   


What's Included:

  • Complete video training – watch whenever and wherever 
  • Information on the form
  • All English step by step instructional videos (with some Chinese subtitles) and
  • Front and back views of the full forms


What People Are Saying:

I started studying Tai Chi because I had an inner ear problem that affected my balance. Ultimately I was diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer and am now a cancer survivor. Tai Chi helped me through this. All through my treatments, it was essential to stay active and doing Tai Chi carried me through these trying times. Even now, when they run tests for flexibility, I am more flexible. The feeling after a good hard practice is indescribable. The calmness that comes over me is more of a need than a want which pushes me to practice harder and learn more.