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Aloitin kesällä 2015 Xiao Jia sarjan sovellusten kuvaamisen. Käymme pääpiirteittäin läpi systemaattisesti liikesarjan liikkeiden sovellukset, kaikki tärkeimmät ja näkyvimmät liikkeet esittelen videoissa. Julkaisen liikkeitä youtube kanavallani sekä facebook sivullani: . Tervetuloa seuraamaan! Read the rest of this entry »

The annual international Baji seminar with Lü Baochun was held in London this year. Last year the gathering was held in Stockholm and the first one two years ago was in Helsinki. The event is a great chance for all of master Lü Baochuns Baji students from all over the world to gather and exchange skills and ideas. The seminar is also open for anyone looking to learn from one of the great masters of our times. The schedule, as previous years, contains long days of training ending with dinners, drinks and intense discussions on martial arts and life. Read the rest of this entry »

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To continue on the topic of the jingang bashi, the third one in line is pi shan zhang which translates to mountain splitting palm. This is usually the first introduction to pigua type movements for the Baji practitioner. ‘Pi’ means splitting like with an axe and ‘gua’ means in this case rising up after the splitting movement. Read the rest of this entry »

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Chuan zhang, the piercing palm, is the second movement in the jingang bashi . It is very similar in outlook to cheng chui, just done with a palm. But it’s outer appearance hides ideas that makes it unique. Read the rest of this entry »

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Xiao Jia is the main training method in Baji, it contains the most important techniques and ideas for fighting with Baji. The Baji pracitioners training starts with this form and later he will keep coming back to it even as more advanced material is taught. ‘Xiao’ means small, ‘Jia’ in this context means method or form. The name of the form includes the idea that the movements contain “smaller” circles and details. Read the rest of this entry »