Taichi - "The Supreme Ultimate Fist"
Ancient Chinese sages claimed that there was a Universal lifeforce that flowed through all things; they called this force 'Chi.' They believed that a balance of Chi had to be achieved to ensure that harmony existed; and that this balance was as important on a Universal level as it was on a personal level. This balance between negative and positive Chi, or better known as Ying and Yang spawned several different disciplines.
Feng Shui for instance, had geomancers manage Earth Chi. Acupuncture on the other hand allowed 'Sifu's (or masters) to manage the flow of Chi through the Chi meridians of a person's body. The practise of Tai Chi was one way to allow practitioners to gain control of the flow of Chi within and around the body. Mastery of this meant that Sifus could both heal and defend without making any apparent physical contact with the people around them.
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Choy Lay Fut
Choy Lay Fut is a Chinese martial arts founded in 1836 by Chan Heung. It is a system which combines the martial arts techniques from various Northern and Southern Chinese Kung Fu systems; the powerful arm and hand techniques from Souther Shaolin forms, and the circular twisting body and footwork from the Norther Chinese styles.
The stances of Choy Li Fut are similar in height to other martial arts styles, such as Hung Gar, but not as high as those of Wing Chun. This allows the practitioner to move quickly during combat without sacrificing stability and power generation. What is unique to the Choy Li Fut style is sometimes termed "whipping", where the practitioner's upper torso twists to generate more power in executing hand and arm techniques.
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