Blog installment #3 (timely, since I'm conducting a session on stick and pugilistics this Sunday!) An Autobiographical Note on Irish Family Boxing. I’ve hesitated about whether or not to post this instalment as it is rather personal, dealing as it does with my family background. However I think it does fit into the parameters of this site as an investigation of the circumstances martial arts come from. The fact is that while the modern practitioner may have the luxury of prac
Hi everybody! Instalment #2 in this BLOG experiment is also from the Masters' Symposium of 2006. This entry includes the "Twenty-four Word Wheel" as transmitted by Grandmaster Yang. I do not know whether this originates with him or whether it is an older teaching. Enjoy!
************* Notes from 2006 on Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan
(taken by Steve Higgins, Cold Mountain Internal Arts, www.coldmountaininternalarts.com) These remarks were recorded in 2006 in lessons given by Gra
I've been wanting a blog for a bit, as a way to share stuff. Sometimes there are subjects that just never comes up in class, or stuff that needs to be revisited, or material that invites further discussion. This is therefore an experimental method of communicating information. What you see here has been sent to CMIA members by e-mail. I hope in time that there will be a collection of these entries accessible through the club website (www.coldmountaininternalarts.com ). Enjoy!