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One of the oldest continuous styles of Kung Fu in the world. Famous the world over. Associated with the birthplace of Chan (Zen) meditation. Here is a list of all our Shaolin VCDs and DVDs correlated.
Demonstrator: Shi DeYang, 31st generation inheritor. Note: Click on pictures for enlargement or correlation.

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#10612  Shaolin NanYuan Big Tong Bei #1

A challenging multi faceted form based on Tong Bei and Da Hong Boxing. One distinct point is the jump and almost an aerial splits as a double kick. Many movements are shared with the other forms in this series. There is especially a front cross over toe touch stance - sort of a Unicorn stance in reverse - that is distinct to the Nan Yuan group. Ends with cross hands and could be linked to Road #2. Demonstrated by Shi DeYangAbout 60 Minutes Mandarin/ English Subtitles         
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#10613  Shaolin NanYuan Big Tong Bei #2

A relatively short set with some fast Chin Nah moves. Jumping body turns and direction changes mix with some tight hands and the occasional long arm motion. Cross hands begin and end the form with could be linked to the other forms in this series. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang

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#10614  Shaolin NanYuan Big Tong Bei #3

A short set but with a different series of movements than the other, non Nan Yuan, Tong Beis. Right from the first spinning crescent kick a number of angles are introduced that spin the body and off set attacks. Quick changes from one side of the body to the other with the typical transition stances that are distinctive to Shaolin. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang

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#10615  Shaolin Small Arhat Boxing #1

Small Arhat Boxing Definitely one of the most sophisticated forms in this series. It is also known as Three Part Arhat and Lao Jia Arhat. The stance work alone is worth viewing. A constantly moving set combines Hook stances, Buddha stances, Cross steps, and even spinning sitting stances with some side kicks and some of the softer and more circular arm motions often performed out of a crane. An interesting and representative set that shows much more than some of the rather simple ones in the series. Considered more appropriate to younger practitioners. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang.

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#10616 Eighteen Arhat Hands

A very short form of specific actions. This is considered by some to be one of the key forms of the Shaolin style. Northern Shaolin in the Ku Yu Zhang form also teaches a 18 hand form. This is somewhat like a road and a half of Tan Tui. It is meant to be a "linking form" that categorizes the primary actions of the style. "The 18 Arhat skills is one of the first boxing series in Shaolin. According to the Shaolin boxing manual, in the dysnasty of Sui, the Kung Fu monks selected and edited a simple series ofboxing that didn't have too much exercise. It was for Buddhist monks who sat in meditation facing the wall for a long time. At first, they selected one movement respectively from the 18 Buddhist arhats bronze statues, and it was called 18 Arhat Skills."

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#10617  Shaolin Big Tong Bei Boxing

Not a particularly long form. Faster hands than most. The classic Shaolin poses. More emphasis than general on stance changing and double striking actions. The entire Tong Bei series appears to be at the core of the Hammering Shaolin series but they are rather minor variations on the same theme. This one is more fluid than most. Said to be especially appropriate for teenagers. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang.

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#10717 Shaolin Chang Hu Xin Yi

ChangHu XinYi Men Quan. A "hard" form in the system with connections to Xing Yi's ancestor style, Xin Yi. This form was developed originally by HuiWei of the Song Dynasty. Later it was refined by other monks such as JinNaLuo (Yuan Dynasty), JueXun and TongXiang (Ming Dynasty). Medium length with many double handed actions. Few recognizeable movements as what people have come to think of as Xin Yi. A little different pacing and many classical poses. Demonstrated by Shi YongZhi.

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#10719 Shaolin 8 Pieces of Brocade

One of the most famous of all Chi Kung regimens. Said by some to have been created by the culture hero, Yueh Fei. Others consider it a Shaolin original with strong roots in Yogic practice and one of the cornerstone of the style (there is indeed some evidence of this being true). Ba Duan Jin is a place where calisthenics meets Chi Kung. Not nearly as easy as many other versions this style has Shaolin flavor. Some pretty low positions but also many of the exercises are thankfully introduced in a layered fashion that allows the student to pick his punishment. Actually a crucial part of historical Kung Fu movement.

 

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#10720  Shaolin 18 Traditional Exercises

This disk is not just BASICS but more by way of exercises based on traditional Shaolin stances. There are also hand and leg actions but supplementary to the stance and rooting training. Strong clear basics. A good DVD for getting some class ideas that are essentially traditional. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang

 

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#10721 5 Tiger Kills Sheep Saber

Five Tigers always refers to a more advanced and fiercer version of a weapons form. Though Shaolin is not known for its sabe this is one of the best represented. Some nice turns including an unusual Plum Blossom spin. Medium length. Strong postures. But also some balance challenges. One of the best we've seen in this series. This is considered the core saber set of the Shaolin 18 weapons. Demonstrated by Shi DeYang.

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