Chen Xiaowang Video Series

These are the original NTSC formatted VHS videotapes.
All materials presented in English. Names of postures are all in Mandarin.
Titles have been discounted if DVD or VCD versions are available. Quantities are limited.
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Number

Title

Parts

Cost per part

V1-1
V1-2

Chan Si Gong
Chan Si Gong is simple and easy to learn through repeated practice of it's gentle spiraling movements integral to Chen style Tajiquan, the student can master the way of movement guided by Taiji principles. Chan Si Gong gives you the key to understanding the real art of Taijiquan and Tui Shou (Push Hands). Chan Si Gong is divided into two parts. The exercises of part 1 map out the basic pathway of Qi around the Dantian, while those of part 2 further elaborate the transportation of energy throughout the body. Every movement of each exercise is demonstrated clearly with Master Chen's direction guiding your Qi along its route spiraling out from the Dantian and returning to the Center.

2

$30

V2

19 Form
Chen style Taijiquan is one of the most profound and subtle forms of Taijiquan and it is also the oldest. As an introduction to the two main varieties of the Chen style long form Master Chen Xiaowang has created the 19 Movement Short Form, which combined movements from both while being much easier to learn. The form is divided into four sections.

1

$30

V3-1
V3-2

38 Form
This is a routine based on the Chen families Laojia and Xinjia. It moves from the gentle to the powerful, containing both slow and fast actions. It can be divided into four sections.

2

$30

V4-1
V4-2
V4-3

Old Frame
Laojia (old frame) is the older of the two main long forms of the Chen Style of Taijiquan. This is the form which Yang Luchan learned from Chen Changxing and which he later adapted to make the Yang style of Taijiquan. Here the 75 movements of Laojia are demonstrated in great detail. The form is divided into four sections

3

$30

V5-1
V5-2
V5-3

New Frame
Xinjia Yilu was created by Chen Fake. It is a Taijiquan form remarkable for the richness of its content. It combined slow gentle movements with fast vigorous actions characteristically involving the entire force in spirals. Xinjia Yilu is composed of 83 movements divided into four sections.

3

$30

V6

Xinjia Pao Chui
This form involves the release of power with great vigor so it is called Xinjia Pao Chui, Artillery Routine, commonly known as Cannon Fist. Xinjia Pao Chui is is a longer routine than Loajia Pao Chui, and expressed the power in the cooling actions of Xinjia.

1

$50

V7

Sword
Taiji Sword with its graceful movement will clarify your skill in weapons form. It may be performed quickly and slowly. It can be divided into four sections amounting to 49 movements.

1

$50

V8

Double Broadsword
Taiji Double Broad Sword with its graceful movement will clarify your skill in weapons form. It may be performed quickly and slowly. It can be divided into four sections amounting to 35 movements.

1

$50

V9

Dadao
Dadao weapon form was practised by Chen Wanting, the originator of Taijiquan. The routine is described as intrepid, powerful rich and effective. It can be divided into four sections amounting to 30 movements.

1

$30

V10

Spear/Rod
This unique and beautiful routine applies the principles of Chan Si Gong and is effective for actual fighting. It can be divided into 4 sections amounting to 70 movements. Here each section is shown from the four directions, with sequences shown both quickly and in slow motion. This video is designed to be a learning tool, to help you easily examine and copy the movements.

1

$30

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