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New DVDKnife Defense:Traditional TechniquesAgainst DaggerBy Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming“Highly recommendedfor traditionalmartial artists.”—Alain Burrese, J.D.“I give the DVD afive-star rating forthe reason of itsgenuine traditionalapproach to counterbladework.”—Hikaze S.,Amazon reviewLEARN TO INTERCEPT, DEFEND, AND ESCAPEDr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches traditional martial art applicationsdesigned to defend against dagger attacks.These techniques include the four essential categories oftraditional martial arts training: punching, kicking, chinna, and wrestling.It is important to be aware that knife fighting is deadly andcan often lead to serious consequences, including time inprison. If you are attacked with a knife, the best optionis to keep your distance and attempt to escape. Even withexpert training, there is a high risk of sustaining an injuryduring a knife attack.Dr. Yang instructs and demonstrates knife defense techniques. He also providescorrections for common mistakes as students perform each application.Special attention is given to key defensive concepts.• Learn to use items ‘at hand’ for defense• Learn how to maintain distance from an attacker• Understand angling, and intercepting an attack• Develop strategies for successful escapesAUG 11• Learn the numerous distance, angling, and intercepting training drills• Choose from over thirty traditional techniques presented in detailIt is crucial to train the skills of intercepting often and with many trainingpartners, for it to be effective as a defense.Extensive training of these defense applications can significantly help you avoidknife injuries if you are attacked outside of a controlled training environment.Violent encounters are on the rise around the world, and statistics show thatsomeone is maimed or killed by a knife every five minutes. Your best defense isawareness and then avoidance.$39.95 • 215 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1156 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-115-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111VADIM GORETSKYDr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Ph.D., is a world-renowned author, scholar, andteacher of Chinese gongfu. He has been involved in Chinese martial arts since1961 and maintains over 55 schools in 18 countries. Dr. Yang’s writing andteaching include the subjects of kung fu, tai chi chuan, massage, meditation,chin na, and he is a leading authority on qigong. He was voted by Inside KungFu Magazine (1999) as “one of the ten people who have made the greatestimpact on martial arts in the past 100 years.” He is the author of over 35books and 80 videos.SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM3


New BookTaekwondo:Defense AgainstWeaponsBy Master Kim, Bok ManDEC 11WEAPONS, SPARRING, ANDPATTERNS FROM TAEKWONDO’STECHNICAL FOUNDERGrandmaster Kim, Bok Man is one of themost recognized authorities of taekwondo inthe world. He worked tirelessly with GeneralChoi Hong Hi as a founder of taekwondocurricula used today by the many internationaltaekwondo organizations.Originally published in 1979, this book providesdefense techniques taught to military,law enforcement officials, and black belts.Beginners will have a chance to see the applicationof their training in actual weapon defenses.Advanced students will learn techniques andfundamental training that has been ‘field’ testedsince the inception of the art in the 1950s.Chapters include these topics:• History and the theory of power• Defense against weapons: knife, baton, pole, sword, bayonet, and pistol• Sparring: releases, grabs, throwing, falling, free-sparring• Patterns: Silla pattern 1, Silla pattern 2, Silla knife pattern,and Silla pole pattern• Training: stretching, calisthenics, action principles,hand and foot techniques, using a heavy bag• Body parts for attack and defense, stances, vital points for strikingThis book catalogs the essence of the fighting art of taekwondo as it was originallyintended.$34.95 • 576 pages • 2,042 illustrationsCode: B2276 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-227-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111Master Kim, Bok Man, 10th dan, started his martial arts training in 1941.Grandmaster Kim, along with General Choi Hong Hi, worked tirelessly todevelop the basic structure upon which present-day taekwondo is founded.Grandmaster Kim is responsible for the establishment of numerous taekwondoassociations worldwide, including SE Asia, Europe, and the USA. GrandmasterKim, Bok Man teaches and resides near Roseland, New Jersey.6 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


New BookDukkha(The Suffering)An Eye for an EyeA Sam Reeves Martial Arts ThrillerBy Loren W. ChristensenIn the course of a single week, everything SamReeves believed in, everything he knew, everyonehe trusted, all would be put on the line. Fora family he never knew he had.Detective Sam Reeves, a 34-year-old martialarts instructor, has a solid fifteen-year recordas a good police officer with the Portland PoliceDepartment. For the first time, Sam is forcedto take a life in the line of duty and despite thefindings of “good shoot” he struggles to recuperatepsychologically from the killing. Facingup to his fears Sam returns to work and thenwithin days is forced to fire his weapon again—killing two more people.With his spirit almost broken, Sam meets astranger … a man who claims to be his father.“Impossible,” Sam reasons—his father died in a North Vietnamese prisoncamp … a long time ago.JAN 12This odd man, named Samuel, is as convincing as he is quirky and isrevealed to be a phenomenal martial artist, the likes of which DetectiveSam Reeves has never encountered. This ‘Samuel’ comes out of nowhere,equipped with a family in Vietnam and a daughter named Mai who isabout to graduate from Portland State University.With a series of interlocked events of violence: a revenge-seeking uncle, thedestruction of his martial arts school, his new father’s connection to somelethal Vietnamese outlaws, Sam’s life spirals into a dreadful new direction.This high-octane martial arts thriller will have you gripped from the start.You’ll never complain about a hard week again.Pbk • $12.95 • Code: B2269 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-226-9Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E2467 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-246-7Loren W. Christensen began his law enforcement career in 1967 as a MilitaryPoliceman (Army). He joined the Portland (Oregon) Police Bureau in1972, retiring in 1997. During his years on PPB, he worked street patrol, childabuse, dignitary protection, Intelligence, street gangs, and in the training unit.Christensen began training in the martial arts in 1965. Over the years hehas earned a total of 11 black belts, eight in karate, two in jujitsu and one inarnis. As a professional writer since 1978, he has written 40 books, dozens ofmagazine articles, and edited a police newspaper for eight years. This is hisfirst novel. Loren W. Christensen resides near Portland, Oregon.SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM7


New DVDYang Tai Chifor Beginners:Learn Tai Chi Step-by-Stepwith Master YangBy Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingFEB 12A STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMTai Chi Chuan is a type of moving meditation with itsroots in ancient Chinese martial arts. In this instructionalprogram, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches you the traditionalYang-style form step-by-step, while explaining themeaning of each movement.Yang Tai Chi is the most popular tai chi style in the world,and it is practiced by millions of people every day. By practicingtai chi, you relax the mind and body deeply, whichis one of the keys to maintaining and improving your health. When you arecalm and centered, your body’s natural restorative abilities are most efficient.Regular tai chi practice can benefit your strength, flexibility, bone-density,and muscle mass. These low-impact exercises have been shown to improvesymptoms of depression and insomnia, and help promote the healing ofmany chronic conditions. Tai chi is an excellent way to relieve stress, loweryour blood pressure, and develop a positive attitude toward life. Tai chi canalso increase the circulation of blood, nutrients, and energy throughoutyour body, resulting in improved vitality and longevity.• Learn the form step-by-step• Easy to follow with front or rear angle viewing• Low-impact movements, good for all fitness levels• Every movement explained in detailMaster Yang instructs the complete tai chi form while you view from thefront, and shows each movement one-by-one from multiple angles. Thereis also a rear viewing of the form that you can follow along with once you’refamiliar with the movements.As tai chi will develop your mind’s alertness, awareness, and concentration,it is important to pay attention to the feeling within the movements so youcan discover the profound essence of tai chi chuan.$29.95 • 180 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D2306 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-230-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111VADIM GORETSKYDr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Ph.D., is a world-renowned author, scholar, andteacher of Chinese gongfu. He has been involved in Chinese martial arts since1961. Dr. Yang’s writing and teaching include the subjects of kung fu, tai chichuan, massage, meditation, chin na, and he is a leading authority on qigong.He was voted by Inside Kung Fu Magazine (1999) as “one of the ten peoplewho have made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.”He is the author of over 35 books and 80 videos. Dr. Yang’s tai chi can be tracedback to the Yang family through Grandmaster Kao, Tao ( 高 濤 ) and his teacherYue, Huanzhi ( 樂 奐 之 ), an indoor disciple of Yang, Chengfu ( 楊 澄 甫 ).8 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


New BookForce Decisions:A Citizen’s Guide toUnderstanding How PoliceDetermine AppropriateUse of ForceBy Rory MillerCOOPERATION. COMPLIANCE.CONTROL.In a free and peaceful society where so manyhave been taught that all violence is wrong, citizensare often confused and dismayed when officersuse force, even when the force is perfectlylawful and justified.This book allows you to ‘take’ a basic USE OFFORCE class just as if you were a rookie at thepolice academy.Section 1: Training. Miller explains policy andlaws that officers are taught. He examines useof force, how to define a threat, the differencebetween excessive force and unnecessary force.Section 2: Checks and balances. The author explains how an officer’s decisions are examined ifsuspected of being bad decisions.Section 3: Experience. Readers will explore how officers see the world that they live in. Somewherein the fog between training and experience, the officer has to make a decision. Sometimes decisionswill be made in a fraction of a second and on partial information. Sometimes a decision willchange the lives of everyone involved forever.Section 4: About you. Examine what you should have learned: understand why community actionfails and what can really be done; and learn how you should behave when faced by an officer. Untilnow, the author has tried to put you in the headspace of an officer by giving you an overview oftheir training and a taste of their experiences. Now he will try to let you feel like a suspect. That’sa lot of mind bending for one book. Get plenty of sleep and drink lots of water.Any civilian, law enforcement officer or martial artist interested in self-defense or any person whodesires a deeper understanding of this thing called violence needs to read this book.$18.95 • 208 pages • 16 illustrationsCode: B2436 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-243-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111APR 12KAMI MILLERRory Miller, former Sergeant, has been studying martial arts since 1981. He’sa best-selling writer and a veteran corrections officer. He’s taught and designedcourses on Use of Force Policy and Decision Making; Police Defensive Tactics;Confrontational Simulations; and he has led and trained his former agency’sCorrections Tactical Team. Recently, he taught how to run a modern, safe, andsecure prison at the Iraqi Corrections Systems, Iraq. Rory Miller resides nearPortland, Oregon.SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM9


New DVDFacing Violence:Seven Things EveryMartial Artist Must KnowBy Rory MillerMAY 12IS YOUR SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING BASEDIN REALITY?Rory Miller explains seven elements that must be addressedto adapt your self-defense training for the mostcommon types of street violence. Any training that dismissesany of these areas leaves you vulnerable to a potentiallydeadly violent assault.Seven Things Every Martial Artist Must Know1. Legal and ethical implications. Every martial artistmust learn force law, and explore his or her own ethicallimitations. Miller explores this issue so you maydetermine where this often overlooked ethical line lieswithin yourself.2. Violence dynamics. Unfortunately, many martial arts and self-defenseclasses do not train for reality-based violence that is focused upon howattacks most commonly happen. Miller teaches you how to recognize anattack before it happens and know what kind of attack you are facing.3. Avoidance. You will learn and practice escape and evasion, verbal deescalation,and avoidance of dangerous situations.4. Counter ambush. In the unfortunate event that you are attacked unexpectedly,you will need a handful of actions trained to reflex level for asudden violent attack.5. Breaking the freeze. Freezing is almost universal in a sudden attack, evenfor experienced law personnel and expert martial artists. Students mustlearn to recognize a freeze and break out of one in order to react to anattack quickly.6. The fight itself. Miller explains that your training needs to be in line withhow violence really happens in the world.7. The aftermath. There are potential legal, psychological, and medical effectsof engaging in violence, no matter how justified.$39.95 • 180 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D2283 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-228-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111This DVD is a companion to the book Facing Violence by Rory Miller. Seepage 17.KAMI MILLERRory Miller, former Sergeant, has been studying martial arts since 1981. He’sa best-selling writer and a veteran corrections officer. He’s taught and designedcourses on Use of Force Policy and Decision Making; Police Defensive Tactics;Confrontational Simulations; and he has led and trained his former agency’sCorrections Tactical Team. Recently, he taught how to run a modern, safe andsecure prison at the Iraqi Corrections Systems, Iraq. Rory Miller resides nearPortland, Oregon.10 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


New BookKrav Maga:Weapon DefensesBy David KahnIsraeli krav maga is the Israel Defense Force’sofficial self-defense system. The self-defensesystem is simple, instinctive, adaptable, and,if necessary, brutally effective to thwart a lifethreatening assault. Krav maga is particularlyworld renowned for its weapon defenses.This book presents the most up-to-date andeffective techniques to prevail against armedthreats and attacks. These techniques are incorporatedinto the green, blue, brown, and blackbelt levels of the Israeli krav maga curriculum.Many of these updated defenses have neverbeen seen before. The material presented hasbeen evolved and improved by GrandmasterHaim Gidon, with the late krav maga founderImi Lichtenfeld’s formal approval.Contents include these important topics:• The most up-to-date and effective counters against armed attacks and threats• Weapons awareness training including specific weapon functionality, attack ranges,and deployment methods• Dominant control holds over attackers wielding weapons• Defending against edged weapons and firearms while on the ground• Defending against continuous knife attacks and threats such as needles• Defending non-conventional weapons threats, such as when an assailant holds a handgunagainst his hip or under a garment, or you are on your knees• When in a hostage situation, a handgun is held to your headRegardless of strength, size, age, or gender, you can learn techniques at an expert level to fendoff any armed attacker—swiftly, powerfully, and decisively. The conditioning and hand-eyecoordination achieved by practicing these techniques will tone your muscles, improve yourreflexes, and get you street prepared. This is the most-up-to-date, authoritative, and advancedguide to the world’s premier weapons defense tactics.$24.95 • 312 pages • 768 illustrationsCode: B2405 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-240-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 111JUN 12David Kahn is the United States Chief Instructor for the Israeli Krav MagaAssociation. He has trained all branches of the U.S. military in addition tofederal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. David is an instructor certifiedby the State of New Jersey Police Training Commission. He has beenfeatured in Men’s Fitness, GQ, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, TheWashington Post, New Yorker, Penthouse, Fitness, Marine Corps News,Armed Forces Network, and Military.com. He is the author of two books.David Kahn resides in Hamilton, New Jersey.SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM11


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Martial Arts FictionMartial arts in fiction It’s a fact, martial arts heroes show up in all kinds of novels these days. Unfortunately,they are often written about with little understanding by the author.Solution: YMAA’s authors are martial artists. Their ability to tell a story from the unique point of view of amartial artist creates a significant impact on the kind of experiences and decisions a martial arts charactercan have. Actions have consequences, and few know that better than martial artists.Our lineup includes historical fiction by Goran Powell, student and sensei thrillers by John Donohue,paranormal medical thrillers by Arthur Rosenfeld, and the high-octane, ultra-fast action of Detective SamReeves in Dukhha—the Suffering by Loren W. Christensen (See page 7).Whether you’re a martial artist or just in love with one, these books make the perfect gift.SENSEIA Connor Burke Martial Arts ThrillerJohn DonohueA modern-day ronin, or masterless samurai, is traveling across the countrysystematically murdering martial arts masters in ritualized combat. Martial artistConnor Burke and his NYPD homicide detective brother, Mick, must outwitthe assassin. Connor must face his biggest fear—the specter of death at thehands of a far-superior warrior ...Pbk • $12.95 • 256 pgs. • Code: B2528 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-252-8Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E2474 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-247-4DESHIA Connor Burke Martial Arts ThrillerJohn DonohueAsian scholar and black-belt artist Connor Burke labors as a deshi, a studentunder the tutelage of a master warrior—a practice that draws him into the execution-stylemurder of a Japanese businessman, into the dangers of a lethalsamurai heritage, and finally, into the unknown darkness of an elite mountaintemple where Connor’s deadliest challenge awaits.Pbk • $12.95 • 288 pgs. • Code: B2498 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-249-8Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E2481 • ISBN: 978-1-593439-248-1TENGU—THE MOUNTAIN GOBLINA Connor Burke Martial Arts ThrillerJohn DonohueA renegade martial arts Sensei known as the Tengu has been recruited to train asplinter group of Asian terrorists. The Tengu, like the men he trains, believes theWest is responsible for destroying the spiritual essence of a once great culture.Connor Burke and his martial arts teacher Yamashita are pawns in a game thatwill ensnare them while they search for the most deadly of foes: the Tengu.Pbk • $12.95 • 294 pgs. • Code: B1231 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-123-1Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E1538 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-153-8KAGE—THE SHADOWA Connor Burke Martial Arts ThrillerJohn DonohueIn the withered and unforgiving landscape of the American Southwest, ConnorBurke must pierce the cloud of mystery surrounding the death of notorious‘mystic’ and best-selling author Elliot Westmann. As Burke digs deeper, facts getconvoluted and events get downright dangerous. His only hope is to appeal foraid from his warrior teacher Yamashita.Pbk • $12.95 • 296 pgs. • Code: B2108 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-210-8Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E2399 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-239-914 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Martial Arts FictionA SUDDEN DAWNHistorical novel of Da MoGoran PowellThis is the epic journey of Bodhidharma (aka Da Mo), who brought Zen andmartial arts to the Shaolin Temple. This historical fiction chronicles his journeyfrom southeastern India to the foothills and mountains of Tibet, to the Emperor’spalace in Nanjing, and finally to the Shaolin temple in Song Shan, China.This sweeping travel saga is based on legends and myths and will keep you enthralleduntil the end. It’s that good!Pbk • $12.95 • 492 pgs. • Code: B1989 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-198-9Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E2191 * ISBN: 978-1-59439-219-1THE CUTTING SEASONA Xenon Pearl Martial Arts ThrillerArthur RosenfeldCan revenge ever be justified? Meet Dr. Xenon Pearl, a brilliant and troubledneurosurgeon who rationalizes his vigilante justice through the belief that to donothing would be amoral. Ghosts, reincarnation and destiny all intertwine tobring you a martial arts thriller of high caliber. Actions have consequences, inthis life as well as the next.Pbk • $12.95 • 320 pgs • Code: B1309 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-130-9Cloth • $21.95 • 320 pgs • Code: B0821 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-082-1Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E1552 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-155-2QUIET TEACHERA Xenon Pearl Martial Arts ThrillerArthur RosenfeldDr. Xenon Pearl has kept his avenging sword sheathed and his dark secret hidden.He seeks to calm the demons within him and to discover the inner peaceof redemption. Pearl agonizes over his role in this life and realizes that oncecommitted to a path (even in a previous life), it can be almost impossible tobreak free.Pbk • $12.95 • 388 pgs. • Code: B1262 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-126-2Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E1958 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-195-8THE CROCODILE AND THE CRANEAn Apocalyptic ThrillerArthur RosenfeldTaoist immortals and siblings, Sanfeng and Zetian have lived for more than threethousand years. Today they face a killing disease that left them orphaned andalone centuries ago. It kills quickly and without mercy. As it spreads, bringingthe world to the edge of apocalypse, the siblings must decide to help or allow theovercrowded earth to be purged.Cloth • $21.95 • 350 pgs. • Code: B0876 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-087-6Ebook • $9.99 • Code: E1675 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-167-5SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM15


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Violent Encounters | Street DefenseFACING VIOLENCE—Preparing for the UnexpectedRory MillerThere are seven elements that must be addressed to bring self-defense training tosomething approaching complete. Any training that dismisses any of these areasleaves the student vulnerable.Legal and Ethical • Violence Dynamics • Avoidance • Counter Ambush • Breakingthe Freeze • The Fight Itself • The Aftermath.Any instructor, student, or person interested in understanding violence and selfdefenseneeds to read this book.Companion DVD also available (see page 10).$18.95 • 208 pages • 28 illus.Code: B2139 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-213-9MEDITATIONS ON VIOLENCE —A Comparison ofMartial Arts Training and Real World ViolenceRory MillerSgt. Rory Miller distills what he has learned from jailhouse brawls, tactical operations,and ambushes to explore the differences between martial arts and thesubject that martial arts were designed to deal with: Violence.• Myths, metaphors, and expectations of martial arts training• Thinking critically about violence and your sources of information• Predators, adrenaline, altered states, and crime dynamics• Adapting your training methods to reality• Making self-defense work• The aftermath of violence$18.95 • 208 pages • 60 illus.Code: B1187 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-118-7THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK OF VIOLENCE—WhatEvery Young Man Needs to Know About FightingLawrence A. Kane and Kris WilderWritten for men ages 15 to 35, this book contains more than mere self-defensetechniques. It provides crucial information about street survival that most martialarts instructors don’t even know about. Kane and Wilder explain how to useawareness, avoidance, and de-escalation to help stave off violence.• Understand how violence happens• Learn how it can be avoided without losing face• Recognize how some situations can escalate into violence• Don’t forget the life-long consequences that violence brings$24.95 • 370 pages • 261 illus.Code: B1293 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-129-3SURVIVING ARMED ASSAULTS—A Martial Artist’s Guide to Weapons,Street Violence, and Countervailing ForceLawrence A. KaneThis extensive book teaches martial artists proven survival skills that can keepyou safe on the street. A multitude of real-life scenarios and case studies analyzingviolent encounters will help you to internalize this crucial knowledge.Awareness • Avoidance • De-escalation • Countervailing force • Armed conflict •Managing the aftermath of violence • Weapon features and functions.$24.95 • 360 pages • 190 illus.Code: B0711 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-071-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM17


Shaolin Chin NaCOMPANION BOOK & DVD2nd ed.ANALYSIS OF SHAOLIN CHIN NAInstructor’s Manual for All Martial StylesDr. Yang, Jwing-MingStart here to begin your study of Chinese chin na. This book is a clear, in-depthexploration of theory and fundamental training for chin na. It presents more than150 techniques that form the foundation of all chin na regardless of style.The material is presented logically from simple to complex. By understanding theprinciples and theories of these techniques, you will then be able to practice andexperiment with the many chin na techniques available in most martial styles.$26.95 • 380 pages • 882 illus.Code: B0002 • ISBN: 1-59439-000-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111ANALYSIS OF SHAOLIN CHIN NAThe Seizing Art of Kung Fu 1st ed.Performed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Ramel RonesThis digitally re-mastered DVD is a good place to begin your study of chin na.As a companion to the book Analysis of Shaolin Chin Na, it presents over 80primary chin na techniques, close up and at regular speed. The techniques arepresented logically from simple to complex. The focus of the demonstrations areto show proper execution of the techniques.$39.95 • 90 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0231 • ISBN: 1-59439-023-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPREHENSIVE APPLICATIONS OF SHAOLIN CHIN NAPractical Defense of Chinese Seizing Arts for All Martial StylesDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThis book presents an encyclopedia of over 375 chin na techniques. Techniquesare presented in actual fighting scenarios. The material is organized by ‘type ofstriking’ and is very helpful in determining what techniques to use against variousattacks. Effective application of chin na requires speedy execution of a blockor yield, a set up, and then a properly selected technique.Against bare hand attacks • Against blocks • Against kicks • Against knife attacks• Against grabbing.$34.95 • 364 pages • 1500 illus.Code: B36X • ISBN: 0-940871-36-XSKILL LEVEL1 11 111CHIN NA IN GROUND FIGHTINGPrinciples, Theory, and Submission Holds for All Martial StylesAlan Arsenault and Joseph FauliseWhen a fight has landed on the ground, chin na can be a useful method ofsubduing your opponent. Retired police officer Alan Arsenault presents jointlocks, pressure points, and bone displacement techniques; emphasizes holdingtechniques, principles and theory of these holds, and identification and use ofpressure points for offensive and defensive purposes. Book includes history, positionalchanges, meridian theory, and a systematic look at joint locks (arm, leg,neck, and body).$29.95 • 382 pages • 750 illus.Code: B663 • ISBN: 1-886969-66-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 11118 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Chin Na In Depth DVD SeriesDr. Yang, Jwing-MingNEWLOWERPRICE!Shaolin Chin NaDeepen and expand your chin na with this remarkable DVD series. Dr. Yang describes, demonstrates,and teaches you his techniques—up close and in detail! All the techniques on theseDVDs can be found in Dr. Yang’s books: Analysis of Shaolin Chin Na, 2nd ed. and ComprehensiveApplications of Shaolin Chin Na. These DVDs are special because they offer ‘direct to the viewer’teachings of chin na. Dr. Yang demonstrates the techniques, offers valuable tips and insights,makes corrections for common mistakes, and emphasizes proper approaches for executingtechniques without compromising your safety. Each DVD features over 30 scene selections andmultiple foreign language subtitles. Visit ymaa.com for previews and contents for every DVD!CHIN NA IN DEPTH COURSES 1–4Performed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsLearn chin na (qin na) for controlling and incapacitating your opponents with34 finger, hand, and joint-locking techniques.$59.95 • 117 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D602 • ISBN: 0-940871-60-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111CHIN NA IN DEPTH COURSES 5–8Performed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsLearn chin na (qin na) for controlling and incapacitating your opponent with 30finger, hand, and joint-locking techniques.$59.95 • 140 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D610 • ISBN: 0-940871-61-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 111CHIN NA IN DEPTH COURSES 9–12Performed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsLearn chin na (qin na) for controlling and incapacitating your opponent with 43hand, leg, and chin na counterattack techniques.$59.95 • 150 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D629 • ISBN: 0-940871-62-9SKILL LEVEL1 11 111ADVANCED PRACTICAL CHIN NA IN-DEPTHPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang has selected over 30 techniques for their efficiency and practicalityagainst many common attacks. This program focuses on interception,trapping and sealing your opponent, and keeping a sense of distance to avoidcounterattack, while successfully executing the most practical chin na. Includesin-depth instructions and corrections for common mistakes.$39.95 • 155 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1224 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-122-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM19


Shaolin Long FistShaolin Long Fist Kung Fu is thought to date back to the 10th century A.D. (Song dynasty).The efforts of the Nanjing Guoshu Institute in the early 20th century led to its widespread popularity.Shaolin Long Fist is one of the most popular Chinese martial arts practiced today, and itemphasizes middle to long range fighting techniques.SHAOLIN KUNG FU—Fundamental TrainingPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang explains and instructs the basic training techniques of Shaolin Kung Fu.Course 1 includes stretching, fundamental stances, extensive hand drills, andmartial applications.Course 2 includes walking, hopping, jumping, sense of distance, extensive kickingtechniques and martial applications.$39.95 • 180 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0436 • ISBN: 1-59439-043-6NEWLOWERPRICE!SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN LONG FIST KUNG FU—Basic SequencesPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsThis three-hour DVD contains the three fundamental training sequences ofNorthern Shaolin Kung Fu.Lian Bu Quan: explained and demonstrated with over 70 applications.Gong Li Quan: explained and demonstrated with over 70 applications.Tan Tui: 12 routines forming the basis of more complex forms are explained anddemonstrated with martial applications.$49.95 • 240 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D661 • ISBN: 0-940871-66-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN LONG FIST KUNG FU—Intermediate SequencesPerformed by Nicholas Yang, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior Students2-DVD set. Nicholas C. Yang instructs and demonstrates four intermediate-levelShaolin Long Fist sequences and their martial applications.Yi Lu Mai Fu and Er Lu Mai Fu: the first and second ways of ambush.Shi Zhi Tang: the (Crossing Sequence), builds on Yi Lu Mai Fu and Er Lu Mai Fuwith more forceful techniques.Xiao Hu Yan: emphasizes low stances, powerful kicks, leg sweeps, trapping, and striking.$59.95 • 446 min. • 2-DVD set • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1071 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-107-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN LONG FIST KUNG FU—Advanced SequencesPerformed by Nicholas Yang, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior Students2-DVD set. Nicholas C. Yang instructs and demonstrates two intermediate-levelShaolin Long Fist sequences and their martial applications. These traditionalsequences will help you refine your skills and expertise.San Lu Pao: (Three Ways of Running) focuses on the fluid integration of speedand power, extending endurance, and developing a sense of enemy.Taizu Changuan: created in the Song Dynasty, develops fighting techniqueswhile training a combination of rooting, balance, and power.$59.95 • 480 min. • 2 DVD set • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D2061 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-206-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 11120 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Shaolin WeaponsTAIJI & SHAOLIN STAFFFundamental Training & Matching PracticePerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang teaches staff fundamental training and partner matching practice. Thetechniques are compiled from taijiquan (tai chi chuan) and Shaolin White CraneGongfu (Kung Fu), offering uniquely comprehensive instruction of southernstylesoft and soft-hard staff training. Detailed instructions for each movementwith corrections for common mistakes. Three hours of detailed instruction!$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0906 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-090-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN STAFF—Basic SequencesPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsStaff training develops the fundamental skills required for all other long weaponstraining and is the first long weapon learned in Chinese martial arts. Thisprogram includes: Qi Mei Gun, solo drills, partner drills, and Qi Mei Dui Gun,the two-person staff matching set. Dr. Yang offers detailed instruction and correctionsto every movement.$39.95 • 120 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0920 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-092-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SABER FUNDAMENTAL TRAININGSolo Drills and Matching PracticePerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsSaber training develops the fundamental skills required for all other short weaponstraining, and it is traditionally the first short weapon learned in Chinesemartial arts. Dr. Yang teaches the fundamental techniques, solo drills, and twopersonmatching practice for saber training. He comprehensively demonstrates25 fundamental techniques common to all Chinese martial art styles. Over twodozen solo and partner practices are taught, culminating in freestyle sabermatching training.$39.95 • 191 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1088 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-108-8SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN SABER—Basic SequencesPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang demonstrates the solo and matching drills, and instructs the first basicsaber sequence, Qi Xing Dao, with martial applications. Partner drills andthe Bagua Dao sequence are also demonstrated. Dr. Yang gives detailed instructionand corrections to every movement, making it easy for the viewer to learn.Three hours of detailed instruction!$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0616 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-061-6SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COMSKILL LEVEL1 11 111SWORD FUNDAMENTAL TRAININGSolo Drills and Matching PracticePerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang, assisted by Kathy K. Yang and Pedro Rodrigues, teaches the fundamentaltechniques, solo drills, and two-person matching practice. This programincludes a comprehensive demonstration of 27 fundamental techniques commonto all Chinese martial arts styles, and over a dozen solo and partner drillsare taught, including freestyle sword matching training. Dr. Yang explains thehistory of the sword and the difference between sword styles.$39.95 • 220 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1095 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-109-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 11121


Shaolin White Crane | WudangCOMPANION BOOK & DVDESSENCE OF SHAOLIN WHITE CRANE—Martial Power and QigongDr. Yang, Jwing-MingMartial arts qigong is integral to White Crane Kung Fu and is a proven way to buildexplosive fighting power (jin). This text includes two complete routines (hard qigong/soft qigong), and over sixty white crane jin (power developing) patterns.$36.95 • 352 pages • 488 illus.Code: B353 • ISBN: 1-886969-35-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111WHITE CRANE HARD & SOFT QIGONGThe Essence of Shaolin White CranePerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingHard Qigong: strengthens muscles, tendons, ligaments, and spine strength.Soft Qigong: exercises hands, fingers, arms, lungs, and develops body connections.$59.95 • 169 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D637 • ISBN: 0-940871-63-7SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN WHITE CRANE GONG FU COURSES 1 & 2—Basic TrainingPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsCourse 1: Dr. Yang explains the theory and history of Shaolin White Crane GongFu, instructs fundamental stances, movements, and hand techniques.Course 2: Fundamental qigong exercises, jin patterns, basic movements, handtechniques, and the first bare hand form, Qi Xing Quan and its applications.$59.95 • 150 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D599 • ISBN: 0-940871-59-9SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SHAOLIN WHITE CRANE GONG FU COURSES 3 & 4—Basic TrainingPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsCourse 3: Dr. Yang instructs and demonstrates Up-Down Limbs and its martialapplications, numerous drills, and a matching set.Course 4: Qigong, jin patterns, major and assistant hand techniques, sixteen kickingtechniques, and the Shan He Quan (Fan Crane) sequence with applications.$59.95 • 240 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0784 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-078-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111WUDANG KUNG FU—Fundamental TrainingPerformed by Zhou, Xuan-YunFor thousands of years the Wudang arts have been kept secret from the outside world.Daoist monk Zhou, Xuan-Yun presents the kung fu training practices used onWudang Mountain. His one-on-one lessons provide you detailed instruction.$39.95 • 97 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1316 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-131-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111WUDANG SWORD—Tai Yi Daoist Form and ApplicationsPerformed by Zhou, Xuan-YunDaoist monk Zhou, Xuan-Yun discusses legends and history of the Chinesesword. He instructs on sword care and safety, principles and fundamental conditioningdrills, and demonstrates the Wudang Tai Yi Daoist sword sequence indetail. Each posture is evaluated with martial applications.$39.95 • 100 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1903 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-190-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 11123


TaekwondoTAE KWON DO REV. ED. —The Korean Martial ArtGrandmaster Richard Chun, Ph.D.Originally published in 1976, this revised edition provides beginner to black beltlevel training. Includes eight palgwe forms and eight taegeuk forms all requiredfor promotion by the World Taekwondo Federation and used in sanctionedInternational taekwondo competitions. WTF Rules included.$34.95 • 632 pages • 1052 illus.Code: B0869 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-086-9REV. ED.ADVANCING IN TAE KWON DOGrandmaster Richard Chun, Ph.D.Originally published in 1983, this revised edition provides intermediate toadvanced level training. Includes nine black belt forms and eight taegeuk forms.Rules and regulations, including sparring and poomsae competition, of theWorld Taekwondo Federation (WTF) are included.$34.95 • 480 pages • 1454 illus.Code: B072X • ISBN: 978-1-59439-072-XAlso by Grandmaster Richard ChunTAEKWONDO SPIRIT AND PRACTICE—Beyond Self DefenseGrandmaster Richard Chun, Ph.D.An autobiography of Grandmaster Richard Chun and his USA taekwondo Assoc.$15.95 • 168 pages • 50 illus.Code: B221 • ISBN: 1-886969-22-1TAEKWONDO—A Path To ExcellenceDoug CookBy understanding taekwondo’s past, students today can discover what it meansto be a steadfast practitioner, and prosper in the confidence and purpose thattaekwondo has to offer. Seven chapters offer: taekwondo defined, taekwondohistory, on becoming a steadfast practitioner, being a beginner, being a student,martial art economics, and training in Korea.$14.95 • 204 pages • 54 illus.Code: B1286 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-128-6TRADITIONAL TAEKWONDOCore Techniques, History, and PhilosophyDoug CookDescribes in detail the history and evolution of taekwondo from its ancientroots. Included are exercises in ki (internal energy) development, meditationpractice, and numerous two person self-defense drills and strategies. This textfocuses on the traditional aspects of taekwondo.$18.95 • 302 pages • 300 illus.Code: B0665 • ISBN: 1-59439-066-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111Also by Doug CookTAEKWONDO—Ancient Wisdom for the Modern WarriorDoug CookLearn the philosphical and physical tenets of taekwondo.$18.95 • 240 pages • 64 illus.Code: B930 • ISBN: 1-886969-93-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 11124 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Conditioning | TeachingKUNG FU BODY CONDITIONINGTraditional Training for Endurance and PowerDr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and YMAA Retreat Center DisciplesA traditional, whole-body, martial arts strength and conditioning exercise program to preparefor the rigors of martial arts practice. Gradually strengthen bones, joints, and muscles todevelop speed, root, and explosive power without injury. Compiled from various martial artstyles and combined with modern sport fitness, this program includes: stretching, strengthtraining, tumbling, running, rope climbing, rock throwing, and qigong meditation.$39.95 • 240 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D2085 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-208-5WESTERN HERBS FOR MARTIAL ARTISTSAND CONTACT ATHLETES—EffectiveTreatments for Common Sports InjuriesSusan Lynn Peterson, Ph.D.Healing with herbs has a long tradition in martial arts. This book exploresherbs that are readily available in the West. Sixty-four common herbs are considered.Each herb is examined for its effectiveness, safety, and how to specificallyuse it to enhance training. Readers will be able to choose an herb to meeta specific need, understand how to purchase it, prepare it, and use it safely.$20.95 • 374 pages • 86 illus.Code: B1972 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-197-2CARDIO KICKBOXING ELITEFor Sport, For Fitness, For Self-DefenseFrank ThiboutotLearn what impact resistance and hitting moving targets are all about, along with safe,authentic, and effective ways to punch, block, and kick, using real equipment and real bagwork. This book includes basic training outlines for a typical one-hour circuit program,intermediate and advanced level techniques, and optional workouts according to yourtime and skill level.$19.95 • 160 pages • 500 illus.Code: B922 • ISBN: 1-886969-92-2THE WAY TO BLACK BELTA Comprehensive Guide to Rapid, Rock-Solid ResultsLawrence A. Kane and Kris WilderPacked with actionable information, the authors will teach you how to set goals, find agood instructor, monitor your progress, overcome plateaus, take advantage of every learningopportunity, and work through injuries that come with rigorous martial arts training.Includes advice from world-renowned teachers like Iain Abernethy, Loren Christensen,Aaron Fields and many more.$24.95 • 300 pages • 200 Illus.Code: B0852 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-085-2MARTIAL ARTS INSTRUCTION—Applying Educational Theoryand Communication Techniques in the DojoLawrence A. KaneAll students are not alike! Personality types and learning predilections should influence yourteaching style. This book will help you incorporate modern educational theory and communicationtechniques into your teaching method. As your teaching skills improve, you willbetter motivate, educate, and retain students.$15.95 • 214 pages • 20 photographs • 32 illus.Code: B024X • ISBN: 1-59439-024-XSKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 11126 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Martial Arts History | PhilosophyANCIENT CHINESE WEAPONS—A Martial Artist’s GuideDr. Yang, Jwing-MingProfusely illustrated and conveniently broken into four classifications: longweapons, short weapons, soft weapons, and projectile weapons., this book presentsa fascinating look at the variations of Chinese martial art weapons.$18.95 • 160 pages • 132 illus.Code: B671 • ISBN: 1-886969-67-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111KATA AND THE TRANSMISSION OF KNOWLEDGEIn Traditional Martial ArtsMichael RosenbaumKata is a perfect place to hide many of the secrets of the martial arts. The authorreveals that prearranged fighting techniques (katas) were used by the ancientGreeks, Egyptians, Asians, and Europeans. That poetry, dance, and even songswere significant methods of preserving and transmitting battle-tested tacticsthrough the ages. A fascinating study of the purpose of kata.$16.95 • 224 pages • 43 illustrationsCode: B0266 • ISBN: 1-59439-026-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111THE FIGHTING ARTSTheir Evolution from Secret Societies to Modern TimesMichael RosenbaumMartial arts are constantly evolving. This book examines that evolution: “TheEarly Development of Martial Arts” and “Our Modern Culture and MartialArts,” and expounds on cultural influences, differences between civilian andmilitary warfare, myths and legends, and the segmentation of the arts in ourmodern times. Martial arts are changing, understand why.$15.95 • 144 pagesCode: B213 • ISBN: 1-886969-21-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111OKINAWA’S COMPLETE KARATE SYSTEM—Isshin RyuMichael RosenbaumThis book presents a comprehensive history of Isshin Ryu Karate as well as athorough investigation of its founder’s life and philosophy. Dealing in depthwith the system’s lineages, the internal and external aspects of the art, and multipleinterpretations of all Isshin Ryu kata, this book is a unique, compelling, andengaging experience.$16.95 • 144 pages • 24 illus.Code: B914 • ISBN: 1-886969-91-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111MARTIAL WAY AND ITS VIRTUES—Tao De GungF. J. ChuWhile the martial arts revolve around the way of personal combat, it also demandsthat its adherents live in accordance with a certain warrior code of conductand honor. Martial arts without compassion and honor promises onlyviolence. Stripped of its spirituality, it threatens injury and suffering to both itsvictims and its practitioners. In the end, this higher ideal is what separates thewarrior from the predator.$15.95 • 128 pages • 18 illus.Code: B698 • ISBN: 1-886969-69-8SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM27


Internal ArtsPage Subject29 Tai Chi Forms30 Tai Chi Qigong31 Tai Chi Pushing Hands / Tai Chi Chin Na32 Tai Chi Fighting33 Tai Chi Weapons34 Tai Chi for Health and Healing35 Tai Chi Theory36 Tai Chi Conditioning and Refining Practice37 Baguazhang / Xingyiquan / LiuhebafaBest Sellers


Tai Chi QigongCOMPANION BOOK & DVDSTAI CHI BALL QIGONG—For Health and Martial ArtsDr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and David GranthamTai chi ball training can strengthen the torso, condition muscles, increase qi andmartial power, and can be a major training tool for pushing hands skills. It is animportant part of a traditional tai chi regimen. This book presents tai chi ballpractice in a logical progression, from beginner to intermediate. Includes theoryand principles.$24.95 • 312 pages • 315 illus.Code: B1996 • ISBN: 978-1-886969-199-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI BALL QIGONG 1—16 Circling and 16 Rotating PatternsDr. Yang, Jwing-MingTai chi ball training was once common practice in Chinese martial arts.Course 1: Taiji Ball breathing techniques and basic patterns of stationary andmoving Taiji Ball Circling, both vertical and horizontal. Breathing patterns aredemonstrated: Wuji breathing • Yongquan breathing • Laogong breathing • FourGates breathing • Taiji Grand Circulation breathing.Course 2: Focuses on basic patterns of stationary and moving Taiji Ball Rotating,both vertical and horizontal.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0517 • ISBN: 1-59439-051-7SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI BALL QIGONG 2—16 Circling, Rotating and Wrap-CoilingPatterns and Taiji Ball ApplicationsPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsCourse 3: Taiji ball training with vertical and horizontal wrap-coiling trainingin both yin and yang directions. Techniques are shown as stationary, moving,walking, and in the bagua circle.Course 4: Taiji Ball Qigong applications are taught for solo and partner training:Changing directions, attaching and adhering to the ball, rotating, rolling, andconnecting to the ball.$39.95 • 191 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0777 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-077-7SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVD2nd ed.ESSENCE OF TAIJI QIGONGThe Internal Foundation of TaijiquanDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIntermediate training for students who have learned a form and want to reach newlevels. Includes three complete qigong sets, and prepares you for great practice bywarming your muscles, stimulating your qi, and sharpening your concentration.$20.95 • 176 pages • 209 illus.Code: B639 • ISBN: 1-886969-63-9SKILL LEVEL1 11 111ESSENCE OF TAIJI QIGONG—The Internal Foundation of TaijiquanPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingDr. Yang teaches the purpose and methods of Taiji Qigong, including stretching• warm-up exercises • Wai Dan standing still meditation • stationary Taiji Qigongprimary, coiling, and rocking sets • Walking Taiji Qigong.$39.95 • 105 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0215 • ISBN: 1-59439-021-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 11130 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Tai Chi Pushing Hands | Tai Chi Chin NaTAIJI PUSHING HANDS 1 & 2Yang Style Single and Double Pushing HandsPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsCourse 1: Fundamental structure of pushing hands • taiji symbol sticking hands • solosingle pushing hands • partner single pushing hands • partner double pushing hands.Course 2: Basic yin yang Taiji Ball Qigong • three basic jins • moving taiji symbolsticking hands • international stationary double pushing hand routine • internationalmoving double pushing hand routine.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0495 • ISBN: 1-59439-049-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAIJI PUSHING HANDS 3 & 4Moving Single and Double Pushing HandsPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsCourse 3: Wardoff, pressing and twisting jin • stepping, sense of distance, andangling • single pushing hands double pushing hands.Course 4: Coiling and spiraling training • taiji jin practice • large rollback pushinghands • cai, lie, zhou, kao pushing hands.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0681 • ISBN: 1-59439-068-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI SYMBOL—Yin / Yang Sticking HandsDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThe main purpose of this training is to connect the body, from head to toe, sothat you may coordinate your movements effectively, and establish a firm foundationfor understanding the martial aspects of taijiquan.$39.95 • 130 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1040 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-104-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVDTAIJI CHIN NA—The Seizing Art of TaijiquanDr. Yang, Jwing-MingEighty-five chin na techniques derived from taiji forms and taiji pushing hands. Once youhave mastered Taiji Chin Na, you will be able to apply the theory and techniques to anyother martial style you practice.$28.95 • 286 pages • 500 illus.Code: B378 • ISBN: 0-940871-37-8SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAIJI CHIN NA IN DEPTH—The Seizing Art of TaijiquanPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsDr. Yang discusses, demonstrates, and teaches Taiji Chin Na techniques up-close and indetail. Can be applied to all taiji styles.Course 1: Nineteen techniques from the eight moving patterns and clockwise coiling incrossed pushing hands.Course 2: Sixteen techniques from the eight moving patterns including rotating neutralizingand counterclockwise coiling in crossed pushing hands.Course 3: Twenty-one techniques from the eight moving patterns and parallel pushing hands.Course 4: Ten techniques specifically for countering an opponent controlling your elbowin pushing hands.Bonus DVD: Dr. Yang performs eighty-nine Taiji Chin Na techniques.$69.95 • 375 min. • 2-DVD set • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0463 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-046-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 11131


Tai Chi FightingTAIJI 37 POSTURES MARTIAL APPLICATIONSDr. Yang, Jwing-MingPractical martial applications for each of the thirty-seven postures of traditionaltaiji, based on the forms passed down by Yang, Ban-hou. Once you have a basicunderstanding of these universal principles, you can devise further applicationsfor every movement no matter which style of taiji you practice.Learn: Eight doors/jins and five steppings • Understand how to manifest softpower • Over fifty effective applications for any taiji style.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1057 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-105-7SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI FIGHTING SET—Two Person Matching SetPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Pascal Plee, and Julien PetitfourThis eighty-eight posture fighting set is a combination of techniques from pushinghands and the solo tai chi sequence. It serves as a bridge connecting pushinghands with real fighting, and teaches you how to sense your opponent’s actionsand intentions. It teaches footwork and how to set up strategy, making yourfighting skill more realistic. For intermediate to advanced students.$49.95 • 122 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0509 • ISBN: 1-59439-0509SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAIJI WRESTLINGTaiji Shuai Jiao Advanced Takedown TechniquesPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsWrestling is one of the main categories of traditional taijiquan training. Categoriesare: striking by hands (da), kicking with legs (ti), wrestling (shuai), and seizeand control (chin na).Course 1: Seventeen Shuai Jiao techniques found in crossed pushing hands.Course 2: Sixteen Shuai Jiao techniques found in parallel pushing hands.$39.95 • 160 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1064 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-106-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 1112nd ed.TAI CHI THEORY & MARTIAL POWERAdvanced Yang StyleDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThis book is for those who have learned the form, begun pushing hands, and nowwant to refine their tai chi skills. It focuses on the martial essence of tai chi chuan(taijiquan), and allows you to explore, in depth, the subject of jing (internalpower), general tai chi theory, and the application of chi (qi) in the tai chi form.$26.95 • 288 pages • 300 illus.Code: B434 • ISBN: 1-886969-43-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 1112nd ed.TAI CHI CHUAN MARTIAL APPLICATIONSAdvanced Yang StyleDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThis book reveals the martial essence of tai chi that most books ignore. It examinesthe fighting techniques of tai chi chuan, including the martial applications for eachmovement of the form. The two-person fighting set, tai chi fighting tactics, and taichi pushing hands training is also included.$29.95 • 364 pages • 977 illus.Code: B442 • ISBN: 1-886969-44-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 11132 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Tai Chi WeaponsTAIJI & SHAOLIN STAFFFundamental Training & Matching PracticeDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThe staff is a long weapon, and its training is traditionally the first long weaponlearned in Chinese martial arts since it develops the fundamental skills requiredfor all other long weapons training.Dr. Yang teaches staff fundamental training and partner matching practice. Thetechniques are compiled from taijiquan (tai chi chuan) and Shaolin White CraneGongfu (Kung Fu), offering uniquely comprehensive instruction of Southernstylesoft and soft-hard staff training.Dr. Yang offers detailed instruction for each movement and makes correctionswhile students demonstrate. This is a comprehensive way for you to refine yourtechniques.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0906 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-090-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAIJI SABER—The Complete Form, Qigong and ApplicationsDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThe saber is a short weapon, and its training develops the fundamental skillsrequired for all other short weapons training. It is traditionally the first shortweapon learned in taijiquan (tai chi chuan) and is the foundation of doublebladesword training.Dr. Yang teaches the Taiji Saber form, with basic drills, qigong, and martial applications.This program is organized into five sections: Taiji Saber Qigong • Basic stances •Basic saber drills • Taiji Saber form • Taiji saber martial applications$29.95 • 60 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1026 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-102-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVDTAIJI SWORD, CLASSICAL YANG STYLEThe Complete Form, Qigong and ApplicationsDr. Yang, Jwing-MingTaiji sword has long been considered the highest achievement in taijiquan training.This comprehensive guide contains the complete Taiji Sword form and TaijiSword Qigong set, seldom taught sword fighting applications, and matching exercises.It also contains theory, history, and a complete guide to fundamentals.$26.95 • 244 pages • 400 illus.Code: B744 • ISBN: 1-886969-74-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI SWORD, CLASSICAL YANG STYLEPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsThis DVD presents: The complete fifty-four posture Taiji Sword form • Taiji SwordQigong set • Taiji Qigong breathing • Fundamental sword techniques • Ten matchingdrills for training with a partner • Seldom taught sword-fighting applications.$39.95 • 100 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0452 • ISBN: 1-59439-045-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM33


Tai Chi for Health and HealingCOMPANION BOOK & DVD COMPANION BOOK & DVDSUNRISE TAI CHI—Simplified Tai Chi for Health & LongevityRamel Rones, with David SilverThe simplified tai chi sequence taught in this book is designed to help you to developsymmetry and balance in your strength and flexibility. The movements willhelp loosen and build muscles, tendons, and ligaments, will improve circulation ofblood and qi, will help to increase bone density, will massage internal organs, andgenerally improve the quality of your life and daily physical performance.$16.95 • 216 pages • 320 photos & illus.Code: B0838 • ISBN: 978-1-886969-083-8SUNRISE TAI CHIRamel RonesRamel Rones gently guides you through the morning with powerful basic exercisesand a simple sequence designed to awaken the senses, stimulate the mind,and fill your body and spirit with abundant energy. Created as a comprehensiveintroduction for a lifetime of practice, the sequence is performed on both theleft and right side (for balance) and includes suggestions to help you improveover time.$29.95 • 300 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0274 • ISBN: 1-59439-027-4SUNSET TAI CHISimplified Tai Chi for Relaxation and LongevityRamel Rones, with David SilverThe simplified tai chi sequence in this book is designed for stress relief. You willlearn how to calm down, relax, and recuperate from your day. Practice sitting orstanding, this workout includes restorative poses from yoga, purifying movementsfrom meditation and qigong, tai chi stances and drills, and a short SunsetTai Chi form.$20.95 • 360 pages • 548 illus.Code: B2122 • ISBN: 978-1-886969-212-2SUNSET TAI CHIRamel RonesThis program offers a full mind/body workout, which can be done sitting orstanding. The movements in Sunset Tai Chi will help loosen and build yourmuscles, tendons, and ligaments, which will improve your circulation of bloodand qi energy. You’ll learn to find balance between strength and flexibility, counteractthe effects of stress and fatigue, and regain conscious control over healthand vitality.$29.95 • 220 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0760 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-076-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111TAI CHI ENERGY PATTERNSRamel RonesThis 2-DVD set teaches essential movements and training exercises, with a focuson four popular tai chi patterns: ward off, rollback, press, and push (peng, lu,ji, an). The energy circulation, mental visualizations, breathing techniques, andphysical skills can be applied for a deeper understanding of all tai chi styles.$39.95 • 385 min. • 2-DVD set • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0525 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-052-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 11134


Tai Chi TheoryTAIJIQUAN THEORY OF DR. YANG, JWING-MINGThe Root of TaijiquanDr. Yang, Jwing-MingBased upon his personal background and understanding, Dr. Yang has compiledthe complete theory of taijiquan (tai chi chuan) in one text. This book is structuredwith Chinese written by Dr. Yang, translations, and interpretations, andincludes: Regulating body, breath, mind, qi, and spirit • Jin, pushing hands, andsparring • Fighting strategies • Jin and qi • Unification and manifestation of qi,and much more.$29.95 • 302 pages • 90 illus.Code: B432 • ISBN: 0-940871-43-2TAI CHI SECRETS OF THE YANG STYLEChinese Classics, Translations, CommentaryDr. Yang, Jwing-MingImmerse yourself in the secrets of the Yang Style. While all the secrets in thisbook come directly from the Yang family, the majority were written by Yang,Ban-hou, second generation lineage, a master well known for his deep understandingof theory and for the manifestation of martial power (jin). You’ll findDr. Yang’s translations and commentary of these Yang style secrets an invaluableresource for understanding this art.$22.95 • 226 pages • 45 illus.Code: B094 • ISBN: 1-886969-09-4TAI CHI SECRETS OF THE WU & LI STYLESChinese Classics, Translations, CommentaryDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIncluded in this book are documents regarding the Wu Style of Wu, Yu-xiang(1812–1880), and his student Li, Yi-yu (1832–1892) who went on to establish LiStyle Tai Chi Chuan. Dr. Yang has translated these classics and has written commentariesfor better understanding.$24.95 • 144 pages • 19 illus.Code: B981 • ISBN: 1-886969-98-1TAI CHI SECRETS OF THE WU STYLEChinese Classics, Translations, CommentaryDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIncluded are nineteen of the most typically available documents regarding Wu Styleof Wu, Quan-you (1834-1902). They are translations from The Lectures of Tai ChiChuan, by Wu, Gong-zao, Shanghai: 1935. Dr. Yang has translated these classics andhas written commentaries for better understanding.$16.95 • 96 pagesCode: B175 • ISBN: 1-886969-17-5TAI CHI SECRETS OF THE ANCIENT MASTERSSelected Readings with CommentaryDr. Yang, Jwing-MingOver the centuries many songs and poems have been composed about tai chi,preserving the knowledge and wisdom of the ancient masters. These closelyguarded secrets have only recently been revealed to the public. Dr. Yang has selectedthese readings so that you can reap the benefits of this wisdom and practicalexperience to deepen your tai chi.$12.95 • 128 pagesCode: B71X • ISBN: 1-886969-71-XSKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM35


Tai Chi Conditioning and Refining PracticeTHE TAI CHI BOOKRefining and Enjoying a Lifetime of PracticeRobert Chuckrow, Ph.D.This is a detailed guide for students who have learned a tai chi form and want toknow more. It also introduces beginners to the principles behind great tai chi.Learn how tai chi can strengthen your bones, muscles, and vital organs; how taichi improves your balance and flexibility; and why alignment and breathing areso important in tai chi practice.$20.95 • 208 pages • 126 illus.Code: B647 • ISBN: 1-886969-64-7TAI CHI DYNAMICSPrinciples of Natural Movement,Health & Self-DevelopmentRobert Chuckrow, Ph.D.For intermediate and advanced taiji students. The author applies logic and basicscientific principles of anatomy, physiology, and physics to muscular action,breathing, and alignment in taiji movements and push-hands. He clarifies manyperplexing concepts such as “correct force” by utilizing detailed explanations,illustrations, and photographs. Numerous exercises are provided to give readersa chance to confirm their understanding.$20.95 • 274 pages • 112 illus.Code: B1163 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-116-3TAI CHI WALKING—A Low-Impact Path to Better HealthRobert Chuckrow, Ph.D.Walking provides an excellent opportunity to augment, refine, and reinforce taichi principles, bridging the gap between formal practice and everyday life. Fornon-practitioners, Tai Chi Walking can train you in tai chi concepts for improvinghealth, balance, peace of mind, and safety. This is a very practical book foranyone who walks for health or pleasure.$16.95 • 160 pages • 40 illus.Code: B23X • ISBN: 1-886969-23-XSKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVDTAI CHI CONNECTIONS—Advancing Your Tai Chi ExperienceJohn LouposExplore the connections that tai chi has both within and outside the form. Theconnections between slowness, balance, rooting, and stress. The connections taichi has with happiness, emotions, and behavior. Discussion about tai chi ‘looseness’and how tai chi can be used as a personal development modality for lifelonghappiness.$20.95 • 240 pages • 250 photographsCode: B0320 • ISBN: 1-59439-032-0TAI CHI CONNECTIONS—Advancing Your Tai Chi ExperiencePerformed by John LouposJohn Loupos instructs a traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan (taijiquan) form,with a unique emphasis on revealing the underlying principles within all tai chimovements.$29.95 • 185 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0444 • ISBN: 1-59439-044-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 11136 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Baguazhang | Xingyiquan | LiuhebafaCOMPANION BOOK & DVDBAGUAZHANG—Theory and ApplicationsLiang, Shou-Yu and Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming2nd ed.Baguazhang emphasizes circular movement, employs both defensive and offensive strategies,and trains at all three fighting ranges.This comprehensive text offers theory, martial applications, sequences, qigong exercises,and weapon training. Includes translations of ancient baguazhang documents, BaguazhangQigong, Bbasic training, body conditioning, Eight Palms sequence and fighting set,Swimming Body sequence and martial applications, Bagua Deer Hook Sword sequenceand martial applications.$39.95 • 561 pages • 1000 illus.Code: B1132 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-113-2BAGUAZHANG—Emei BaguazhangPerformed by Liang, Shou-Yu, Sam Masich, Ramel Rones, and Senior StudentsCourse 1: Basic training and body conditioning • Bagua Qigong • Eight Palms sequencewith martial applications.Course 2: Bagua Swimming Body sequence and martial application.Course 3: Bagua Deer Hook Sword with applications against the long sword. Specificallydesigned to disarm opponents.$49.95 •180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0649 • ISBN-10: 1-59439-064-9SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVDXINGYIQUAN2nd ed.Theory, Applications, Fighting Tactics, and SpiritLiang, Shou-Yu and Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingXingyi Qigong, basic postures and moving patterns, the Five Phases Linking form, theXing-Yi long form, and the famous fighting set An Shen Pau. The most unique part ofthis book is the discussion of xingyiquan theory and principles, drawn from many ancientpoems and songs. Understanding these will greatly speed your training.$26.95 • 280 pages • 354 illus.Code: B416 • ISBN: 0-940871-41-6XINGYIQUAN—Twelve Animals Kung Fu and ApplicationsPerformed by Liang, Shou-Yu and Senior StudentsFundamental postures are demonstrated, including the Five Phases, with explanations oftheir relationships to Five Elements theory. Senior students demonstrate the two-personFive Phases matching exercise and Linking sequence, which improve your reaction speedand attack/counterattack skills. Lastly, the Xingyiquan sequence and each of the twelveanimal forms with martial applications are shown.$29.95 • 45 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1200 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-120-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111LIUHEBAFA FIVE CHARACTER SECRETSChinese Classics, Translation, CommentaryPaul DillonFive Character Secrets of Li Dong Feng are the original and only existing treatise on theprecepts of this rare internal martial art. This book contains the original Chinese treatiseof Li Dong Feng, Pinyin romanization of the Chinese characters, word for word translation,literal translation, interpretive translation, and the author’s commentary on themeaning of each verse.$18.95 • 168 pages • 12 illus.Code: B728 • ISBN: 1-886969-72-8SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM37


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Qigong Theory and Principles2nd ed.ROOT OF CHINESE QIGONGSecrets for Health, Longevity, and EnlightenmentDr. Yang, Jwing-MingAn in-depth overview of qigong. Dr. Yang discusses sitting and standing meditation,demonstrates massage techniques, and explores the qi pathways in yourbody. Correct breathing methods, secrets for quieting the mind, how to increaseyour body’s qi supply, three treasures and regulating the body, breath, and mindare all discussed. This book provides a strong foundation for understanding thebody’s physical and energetic pathways.$29.95 • 320 pages • 76 illusCode: B507 • ISBN: 1-886969-50-7UNDERSTANDING QIGONG 1What is Qigong? • The Human Qi Circulatory SystemDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIn this program, renowned Qigong expert and author, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming,explains the concepts of qigong and the human energetic circulatory system.Dr. Yang’s systematic approach to teaching offers deep insight into the subject ofqigong with modern scientific data to support his theory from both Eastern andWestern perspectives.Drawing on his thirty-five years of training in qigong and his Western scientificbackground in physics and mechanical engineering, Dr. Yang presents a clearand fascinating explanation of his qigong theory, and offers a simple qigongexercise for students to begin experiencing their qi. This program is a must forqigong practitioners, acupuncturists, energy healers, and anyone interested inunderstanding exactly how and why qigong works.$39.95 • 264 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D069X • ISBN: 1-59439-069-XUNDERSTANDING QIGONG 2Key Points of Qigong • Qigong BreathingDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIn this program, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming delves deeper into his qigong theory offeringtwo more courses which include:• Key points for correct and efficient qigong practice including: Regulating thebody, breath, emotional mind, essence, qi (chi), and spirit.• Details for the methods of qigong breathing.As millions worldwide are turning to healing practices such as qigong and taiji(tai chi), it’s important to understand what qigong is and how it works.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0418 • ISBN: 1-59439-041-8QIGONG, THE SECRET OF YOUTHDa Mo’s Muscle Tendon and Marrow Brain Washing ClassicsDr. Yang, Jwing-MingFor over one thousand years, Da Mo’s Classics have been considered the key toenlightenment and longevity. Using ancient Buddhist and Taoist documents asits foundation, this book discusses the theory and training methods in a modern,scientific manner. An invaluable guide for advanced qigong practitionerswho want to explore deeper levels of qigong.$29.95 • 304 pages • 90 illus.Code: B841 • ISBN: 1-886969-84-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM39


Qigong Meditation | BreathingCOMPANION BOOK & DVDQIGONG MEDITATION—Embryonic BreathingDr. Yang, Jwing-MingIn order to reach the goal of longevity and spiritual enlightenment, the qigongpractitioner must learn Internal Elixir Qigong. The first step is to understandthe theory and the method of Embryonic Breathing. Once you have establishedthis foundation, you will be able to practice Small and Grand Circulation meditationeffectively. It is understood that without this foundation, the root of spiritualenlightenment will not be established and the study and the practice ofspiritual enlightenment, through meditation, will be in vain.$29.95 • 416 pages • 83 illus.Code: B736 • ISBN: 1-886969-73-6UNDERSTANDING QIGONG 3—Embryonic BreathingDr. Yang, Jwing-MingDr. Yang’s systematic approach to teaching offers deep insight into EmbryonicBreathing meditation. He uses modern scientific data to support his theory fromboth an Eastern and Western perspective.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0555 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-055-5SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVDQIGONG MEDITATION—Small CirculationDr. Yang, Jwing-MingSmall Circulation, or Microcosmic Orbit, is the practice of circulating qi withinthe human body through the two main pathways, or vessels, of the body. Thispractice is considered to be the foundation of Internal Elixir Qigong and was afundamental step on the path of meditation training in ancient times.$29.95 • 360 pages • 173 illus.Code: B0673 • ISBN: 1-59439-067-3UNDERSTANDING QIGONG 5—Small CirculationDr. Yang, Jwing-MingDr. Yang’s systematic approach to teaching offers deep insight into the ancientart of Qigong with modern scientific data to support his theory from both anEastern and Western perspective. Includes: Qigong theory pertaining to SmallCirculation • Candle training for meditation • Key turning qi points in qigongmeditation • The differences between traditional and modified practice • Adviceon how to safely start your own small circulation practice.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0753 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-075-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111UNDERSTANDING QIGONG 6—Martial Qigong BreathingDr. Yang, Jwing-MingMartial qigong breathing can be used for conditioning the joints to make themstronger and more flexible. Using these techniques, a martial artist can developimproved rooting and manifest significant martial power.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0913 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-091-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 11140 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Qigong ExercisesUNDERSTANDING QIGONG 4—Four Seasons QigongDr. Yang, Jwing-MingFour Seasons Qigong (Si Ji Gong) is a well-known traditional medical qigongpractice to learn how to regulate the body from one season to the next to avoidcommon illnesses. Twenty-five qigong exercises specialize in training the fiveinternal yin organs: heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and spleen, which correspond tothe four seasons.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0562 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-056-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111FIVE ANIMAL SPORTS QIGONGDr. Yang, Jwing-MingFive Animal Sports are one of the most ancient and popular sets of medicalqigong exercises. Passed down for nearly two thousand years, it is an effectiveand fun way to energize the entire body. By imitating the movements and spiritof the tiger, deer, bear, monkey, and bird, practitioners can build their strengthand longevity inside and out and enjoy excellent health.$39.95 • 180 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D1106 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-110-6SKILL LEVEL1 11 1112nd ed.QIGONG FOR HEALTH & MARTIAL ARTSExercises and MeditationDr. Yang, Jwing-MingTap into your body’s energy to increase your strength, improve your health, anddiscover greater martial power, with ten separate sets of qigong exercises. A specialchapter discusses the application and uses of qi and qigong for enhancingmartial arts ability as well as a section on soothing massage techniques to help recoverquickly from various injuries. A great introductory book for martial artists.$19.95 • 176 pages • 224 illus.Code: B574 • ISBN: 1-886969-57-4SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVD2nd ed.EIGHT SIMPLE QIGONG EXERCISES FOR HEALTHThe Eight Pieces of BrocadeDr. Yang, Jwing-MingPerfect for beginners! Start your qigong practice with these gentle stretching andstrengthening movements. They will activate your qi, help to stimulate your immunesystem, strengthen your internal organs, and give you abundant energy.Includes two forms: a sitting and a standing set, anyone can practice these simpleand effective exercises in as little as twenty minutes a day.$14.95 • 124 pages • 68 illus.Code: B523 • ISBN: 1-886969-52-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111EIGHT SIMPLE QIGONG EXERCISES FOR HEALTHThe Eight Pieces of BrocadePerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingPerfect for beginners! This program includes two forms: a sitting set and a standingset. Anyone can practice these simple and effective exercises in as little astwenty minutes a day. Dr. Yang offers in depth discussion of each movement soyou know what to do and why it is effective. There is also a follow-along sectionto use when you just want to feel great.$34.95 • 125 min. • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0037 • ISBN: 1-59439-003-7SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM41


Qigong HealingQIGONG LONGEVITY—12 Simple Exercises for Vibrant HealthPerformed by Grandmaster Kao, TaoPerfect for beginners, this qigong set can be practiced by anyone. Twelve seatedqigong exercises that Chinese qigong practitioners have used for centuries tohelp stay active, energized, and live a long and healthy life. Includes exercisesfor: body refreshing • brain • ears • eyes • nose • teeth • neck • arms• chest • lowerabdomen • legs • and toes.$29.95 • 60 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D2092 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-209-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVD2nd ed.BACK PAIN RELIEF—Qigong for Healing & PreventionDr. Yang, Jwing-MingDr. Yang presents gentle exercises to help ease your lower back pain, strengthenyour torso, and expedite your body’s natural healing. The exercises are simpleto learn, enjoyable to practice, and can be performed sitting or standing. Thisbook has ten exercises for both standing and sitting, and twenty-three massagetechniques to do alone or with a partner.$20.95 • 236 pages • 19 illustrationsCode: B0258 • ISBN: 1-59439-025-8SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SIMPLE QIGONG EXERCISES FOR BACK PAIN RELIEFPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-MingThis program provides simple and effective qigong exercises that will help relievepain and rebuild the strength and flexibility of your back. These movements cangradually recondition your torso; including the spine, tendons, and muscles, allowingyour back to heal completely and naturally. Depending upon your conditionor ability, you can choose from sitting, standing, or lying down exercises.$29.95 • 95 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0883 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-088-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111COMPANION BOOK & DVD3rd ed.ARTHRITIS RELIEF—Qigong for Healing & PreventionDr. Yang, Jwing-MingPresents many qigong exercises designed to first, heal the arthritic condition,second, to rebuild the strength of the joints, third, to help keep the joints healthyand prevent arthritis from occurring. Techniques include gentle movements,acupressure, and massage. Easy self-treatment techniques cover major areas ofarthritis affliction.Includes fourteen massage techniques, and twelve qigong exercises.$16.95 • 200 pages • 103 photographs • 36 illus.Code: B0339 • ISBN: 1-59439-033-9SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SIMPLE QIGONG EXERCISES FOR ARTHRITIS RELIEFPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsIn this program, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming demonstrates over thirty simple and effectiveqigong exercises to relieve arthritis pain and rebuild the health and flexibilityof your joints. These qigong movements gradually recondition the joints,and they’re a natural way to heal and prevent arthritis. Most of the exercises canbe practiced in either a seated or standing position.$29.95 • 70 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0890 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-089-0SKILL LEVEL1 11 11142 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


Qigong MassageCOMPANION BOOK & DVDQIGONG MASSAGE2nd ed.Fundamental Techniques for Health and RelaxationDr. Yang, Jwing-MingThis practical and comprehensive guide presents fundamental theory and techniquesof Qigong Massage. It is a classic text and a valuable tool for therapistsseeking to enhance skills and deepen their knowledge of qi (energy) healing.A special section on self-massage is included to help those in need of massagetreatment benefits, but who lack a partner or therapist.$26.95 • 406 pages • 404 photographs • 111 illus.Code: B0487 • ISBN: 1-59439-048-7QIGONG MASSAGEFundamental Techniques for Health and RelaxationPerformed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and Senior StudentsThis DVD contains seventy minutes of Self-Massage instruction and one hundredand twenty minutes of basic two-person whole body massage techniques.Additional content offers an in depth introduction to the concepts of qi andqigong, the energy centers, and the qi circulatory system. A glossary of Chineseqigong is also provided.$49.95 • 220 minutes • DVD-NTSC • all regionsCode: D0592 • ISBN: 1-59439-059-2SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111DR. WU’S HEAD MASSAGEAnti-Aging and Holistic Healing TherapyDr. Bin, Jiang-WuDr. Bin, Jiang-Wu presents an easy-to-follow head massage program that wasdeveloped as a response to computer syndrome and other stress related illnesses.In less than thirty minutes, you can relieve stress and tension from your spouse,friend, or patient, while promoting youthful skin, healthy organs, and overallpeace and tranquility.This sixty-step sequence is based upon Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM),and its theory is rooted in the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine(Huang Di Nei Jing). Wu’s Head Massage can be performed in its entirety, or youcan choose your favorite techniques for quick relief.$16.95 • 150 pages • 84 photographs • 33 illus.Code: B0576 • ISBN: 1-59439-057-6CHINESE TUI NA MASSAGE—The Essential Guide toTreating Injuries, Improving Health & Balancing QiXu, XiangcaiTui Na specializes in injury repair, curing illness, and maintaining your health byadjusting your qi to flow smoothly. Chinese Tui Na Massage is systematic, concise,practical and easy to read. Originally published in China, this re-edited editionprovides both theory and practical techniques. Includes Tui Na basics, twentycommon techniques, and forty-five treatments for common adult illnesses.$18.95 • 240 pages • 198 illus.Code: B043 • ISBN: 1-886969-04-3SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SAVE 10% AT WWW.YMAA.COM43


Traditional Chinese MedicineSIMPLE CHINESE MEDICINE—A Beginner’sGuide to Natural Healing & Well-BeingDr. Aihan Kuhn, C.M.D. DIPL. OBTWritten for those new to natural healing. Simple-to-do exercises for stress relief,health maintenance, and cancer prevention. Include guidance on using foodfor healing and for weight control. Careful attention is given to explaining thedifferences between Eastern healing methods and Western treatment methods,as well as an insightful discussion of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)concept of prevention.$16.95 • 262 pages • 150 photos and illustrationsCode: B1248 • ISBN: 978-1-59439-124-8NATURAL HEALING WITH QIGONG—Therapeutic QigongDr. Aihan Kuhn CMDDr. Kuhn effectively explains and demonstrates how Therapeutic Qigong is a valuableand important adjunct to good health care. Her helpful directions and clearillustrations demonstrate this simple yet powerful qigong routine that you can useto improve and then maintain your health. The training is divided into six groups,each focusing on different muscles and joints to achieve maximum benefit.$15.95 • 140 pages • 140 illus.Code: B0010 • ISBN: 1-59439-001-0PRINCIPLES OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINEThe Essential Guide to Understanding the Human BodyXu, XiangcaiThis book will provide you with the principles of diagnosis, treatment, and preventionof diseases. This book is systematic, concise, practical, and easy to read.Originally published in China, this re-edited edition is an excellent reference forinvestigating specific ailments and treatments.$18.95 • 226 pagesCode: B99X • ISBN: 1-886969-99-XTRADITIONAL CHINESE HEALTH SECRETSThe Essential Guide to Harmonious LivingXu, XiangcaiAdd years to your life by understanding and using the health secrets of TraditionalChinese Medicine (TCM). Learn easy-to-follow remedies and herbalrecipes for maintaining general health and healing specific ailments and injuries.This re-edited edition originally published in China is an excellent reference forthose wishing to investigate specific ailments and their treatments.$18.95 • 278 pagesCode: B892 • ISBN: 1-886969-89-2QIGONG FOR TREATING COMMON AILMENTSThe Essential Guide to Self-HealingXu, XiangcaiDiscover the ancient secrets to self-healing! While providing a system for maintainingoverall health and addressing specific problems, this book offers all natural, safe,easy-to-learn, and time-tested exercises and treatments. This book is an excellentreference for those wishing to investigate specific ailments and their treatments.$15.95 • 144 pages • 107 illus.Code: B701 • ISBN: 1-886969-70-1SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 111SKILL LEVEL1 11 11144 CALL TOLL-FREE (800) 669-8892


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