Authentic Ba Gua Online Learning Program: Intermediate Level – Core Patterns and Movements
The Core Patterns and Movements taught in Intermediate Level of the Ba Gua Online Learning Program pick up where the Foundational Level left off, taking you deeper into the art of Ba Gua Zhang with advanced Nei Gong practices like the Tian Gan “Heavenly Stem” Exercises and the rare Marrow Washing Nei Gong. The Intermediate Level focuses on the Eight Basic Palm Changes (The "Old Eight Palm") , the "heart" of Ba Gua Zhang, detailing their myriad applications for Health and Self-Defense. The Intermediate Level also explores Qin Na, throwing techniques and the Ba Gua Eight Elbow form, as well as partner exercises, and foundational training in the Ba Gua saber and staff.
If you have studied Ba Gua Zhang before and want to take your skills to the next level, this course is for you! Learn at home with more than 120 videos, over 500 pages of written material, as well as 3 audio tracks to guide you through the Nei Gong practices. Taught by Tom Bisio and Internal Arts International Instructors.
Six Healing Sounds (Liu Zi Jue)
The Six Healing Sounds Qi Gong (Liu Zi Jue) is one of China’s oldest health secrets, practiced by countless generations of people for more than two thousand years. This unique Qi Gong practice combines breath regulation and movement with sound and vibration to harmonize the internal organs, prevent illness and dispel illness. Each sound and movement pattern connects directly to a different internal organ. Six Healing Sounds Qi Gong can be performed in just 12-15 minutes a day.
Daily practice of the Six Healing Sounds promotes proper functioning of the internal organs, regulates and opens the meridians, calms the heart-spirit and relieves stress. Chinese medical studies have shown that regular practice of the Six Healing Sounds resulted in positive changes in blood pressure, blood lipids and blood sugar.
Xing Yi Nei Gong
Xing Yi Nei Gong was created by Wang Ji Wu (1891- 1991). Wang Ji Wu attained a high level of skill in both martial arts and the practice of Chinese medicine. Like many martial arts teachers of his time, Wang was trained in traditional Chinese medicine. Combining his martial and medical skills, Wang put together a set of 16 exercises that efficiently build and preserve health, develop strength and power for martial arts and sports, and can also be employed as rehabilitative exercise after illness or injury.
Xing Yi Nei Gong offers a daily health regime suitable for almost anyone. Practiced regularly, Xing Yi Nei Gong will improve your health, increase flexibility, and help you to develop resilience and refined inner strength. Featuring 20 videos and 100 pages of written material, this course clearly explains the correct performance and purpose of each exercise.
A must for Xing Yi practitioners and highly recommended for practitioners of traditional Chinese Medicine and other health professionals. Taught by Tom Bisio.
Song Zhi Yong Tu Na Si Ba Videos
Free Online Demonstration!
Tu Na Si Ba: the “Secret” Breathing Methods of Xing Yi Quan
In this series of four videos Xing Yi Master Song Zhi Yong demonstrates the four Tu Na (Breath Regulation) Exercises) that are an essential part of the internal practice of Shanxi Xing Yi Quan, as passed down by Master Li Gui Chang. These exercises are meant to accompany the Book: Xing Yi Quan Tu Na Si Ba: the “Secret” Breathing Methods of Xing Yi Quan by Master Song Zhi Yong with Tom Bisio.
Tu Na Si Ba is critical to understanding and developing skill in the core practices of Xing Yi Quan, including San Ti Shi and the Five Fists (Wu Xing). Tu Na Si Ba was traditionally taught only to senior disciples. It is rarely demonstrated and has never before been written about in English or Chinese. In this online learning aid, Master Song Zhi Yong demonstrates the exercises so that students can follow along. Detailed explanation of the four Tu Na exercises is provided in the accompanying book.