A couple of Little Dragons (4-6 year olds) graduates working with staff and senior students in our regular youth program. NOTE: The attention that is paid to them when they are young is invaluable. It allows them to be able to pay that quality of attention to others as they get older and they themselves get in the position of being the ‘senior student’. A true ‘rite of passage’NOTE: We often have a one to one ratio of Staff and seniors to junior students at JRRMAS
JRRMAS Staff member BL and Sifu practice Grand Master T. T. Liangs two person “T’ai-Chi Dance”. Grand Master Liang combined numerous drills and applications from the many Masters that he trained with to develop this very unique and advanced sensitivity training method with 176 movements on each side. Part 1 of the Dance is the Yang families ‘Da Lu’ or big Roll Back.
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JRRMAS Staff member BL and Sifu practicing Grand Master T. T. Liangs two person set called the ‘T’ai-Chi Dance’ Sifu is practicing the Issuing Side.
Yin Fu Bagua Zhang 1st Set, 1st Changeas taught bySifu J. R. Roy – Bagua Zhang practitioner since 1979FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLYMovements are performed slowly, with a slight pause at the end of each posture/gestureAlways consult a physician when beginning a new exercise program
Just a few words concerning the Studio’s Self-Defense policy.
We seek peaceful means to resolve conflicts.
Success in self-defense is not winning a fight, but avoiding it in the first place.
Remember the following continuum:
If you can’t prevent it, avoid it.
If you can’t avoid it, defuse it.
If you can’t defuse it, escape.
If you can’t escape, you may have to defend yourself .
If you do have to defend yourself, it will always be as a last resort, and only under the direct threat of physical harm, countering with the least amount of force necessary to subdue the attacker.
(A highly trained person can use joint/locks and takedowns to control the attacker with no lasting damage.)
JRRMAS Staff member JK demonstrates a reverse sinawalli application flowing into a short locking series with a backward throw takedown, follow up on ground with a goose neck lock transitioning to a thumb lock for controling your partner to a standing position and finishing with a come along.
Yang Style T’ai Chi Ch’uan
as taught by
Sifu J. R. Roy – 7th Generation Disciple – Practitioner since 1978
FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY
Movements are performed slowly, with a slight pause at the end of each posture/gesture
Always consult a physician when beginning a new exercise program
Youth American Karate-Do class practicing forward leg roundhouse kicks with focus pads
Faced with what is right, to leave it undone
shows a lack of courage. Confucius