Discipline-Specific Martial Practice

Internal martial arts are broken into three major branches, Taijichuan (Tai Chi, Xingyichuan (Xingyi), and Baguazhang (Bagua). Information about internal martial arts in general can be found in the following links:

What is Internal Martial Arts?

Distinguishes Taiji, Xingyi, and Bagua from more visible forms of martial arts found in dojos and studios in your home town.

Hsing-I, What Is it?

Explains the fundmentals, five basic techniques, and general types of movement associated with Xingyi as contrasted with the types of movements found in Tai Chi and Bagua and how the three arts share similarities.

If you are interested in learning the basic exercises of these branches, please continue to the next page: