Books/DVDs

  1. Wild Goose Qigong Natural Movement for Living Healthy

    Wild Goose Qigong Natural Movement for Living Healthy

    $13.00
    Wild Goose Qigong covers the simple yet effective exercises that the Chinese Masters developed centuries ago to keep you young, beautiful and healthy. Learn More
  2. Introduction to American Wado-Ryu

    Introduction to American Wado-Ryu

    $13.99
    Introduction to American Wado-Ryu Learn More
  3. Chinese Fitness A Mind/Body Approach

    Chinese Fitness A Mind/Body Approach

    $14.00
    The hows and whys of Qigong-- includes two complete sets of exercises. Learn More
  4. Effective Techniques for Unarmed Combat

    Effective Techniques for Unarmed Combat

    $14.95
    There are many martial arts books available that show adults how to instruct young adults, but this is the first book to help young adults learn in a completely fun and safe manner on their own! Super Karate for Kids presents the basic skills common to most martial arts -- such as punching, blocking and kicking, -- in an easy-to-follow format. It includes chapters on hand techniques, stretching and strengthening exercises, the four primary kicks, basic self-defense skills and games designed to make training fun and exciting! Specially designed for young martial artists, Super Karate for Kids features large print, clear and simple instructions, as well as hundreds of dynamic photographs. Finally a fun, informative and safe (no need to worry parents!) book created specially for young martial artists to read and learn from on their own! Learn More
  5. Combat Shaolin

    Combat Shaolin

    $14.95
    Northern Shaolin is a complete martial art, incorporating kicks, strikes, sweeps, throws, grappling, and groundfighting. Northern Shaolin's history can be traced directly to the Shaolin temple, and it has been the style of choice for some of the 20th century's most renowned martial arts masters. This book explores and reveals, for the first time in print, Northern Shaolin's two person sparring form. The form is a comprehensive introduction to Northern Shaolin's fighting strategy and its most effective techniques. The co-author, Lai Hung, is a famous Northern Shaolin stylist and full contact fighter. After winning his first All-Asia tournament at the age of 19, he went on to complete successfully in Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Cambodia. Learn More
  6. Kung Fu Drgon Pole

    Kung Fu Drgon Pole

    $14.95
    Black Belt Hall of Fame member William Cheung covers the techniques and history of the dragon pole. This weapon, the most effective version of the staff and long pole, was developed by Grandmaster Gee Sin. This book combines wing chun with dragon pole techniques, making the techniques more effective Learn More
  7. Five Pattern Hung Kuen part.2

    Five Pattern Hung Kuen part.2

    $14.95
    The Five-Pattern Kung Fu is a complete kung fu system, which was originally practiced by the monks of the Shao Lin Monastery in Fu Kien Province in the middle of Ching Dynasty, about more than two hundred years ago. These two books (part one and two) illustrate and explain all the techniques and forms of dragon, snake, tiger, leopard and crane. About the Author: Professor Leung Ting is the founder of the Leung Ting WingTsun system, permanent president and 10th level Master of Comprehension (MOC) of the International Wingtsun Association. He possessed a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese and English Literature and Language. He was conferred the title of Doctor of Philosophy in 1979. Dr. Leung Ting had instructed at the Combat-arts of the National Sport of Bulgaria as a guest-professor in 1997. Leung Ting¡¦s Wing Tsun kungfu system is worldwide practiced by hundreds of thousands of martial art practitioners over 60 countries and embraced by the special forces, including the FBI and Marine Corps of the USA, SEK and GSG9 of Germany, RAID of France, GIP of Luxembourg, NOCS of Italy, and special police units of Belgium, Austria, Spain, etc. Besides his career of WingTsun kungfu, Professor Leung Ting has also been a kungfu film director, TV series director as well as martial art book writer Learn More
  8. How to Defend Yourself

    How to Defend Yourself

    $14.99
    How To Defend Yourself contains practical martial arts strategies that can be learned quickly and easily, even if the reader has never before studied the martial arts. Drawn from the traditional fighting styles of Shaolin Long Fist (Changuan) and Shaolin White Crane (Bai he), the techniques in How To Defend Yourself have been selected for both their simplicity and their speed of application. Readers will learn basic blocks, punches, kicks, and Qin Na (Chin Na - joint locking); how to protect themselves with techniques against a barehanded attacker, and an attacker armed with a knife. Readers will also discover how to use a belt, shoes, or even a shirt to defend themselves! The mind of an attacker and the mind of a victim are revealed in How to Defend Yourself. And perhaps the first, and most valuable lesson in staying safe, is learning how not to look like a victim. How To Defend Yourself is a "must have" acquisition for all personal and community library martial arts collections. There are very few books in the typical library that have the potential to save the reader's life -- How To Defend Yourself is the best of those few. -- Midwest Book Review Learn More
  9. Liu Tong Exercise

    Liu Tong Exercise

    $15.00
    ntegrating breathing techniques, Liu Tong Exercise offers relaxation as well as building up physical strength and improving muscle tone. — The set of 36 movements or postures is easy to learn. Patients with physical impairment can do it sitting down. It does not require special outfit or equipment. Once you have learned it, you can do it almost anywhere at any time. The benefits are many. Participants report better balance, better sleep, better mood, less stiffness and less pain. In 1996, Liu Tong Exercise was introduced at Pacific Complementary Medicine Center by Bob Hong. Liu Tong Exercise consists of 36 movements, each specifically designed to stimulate a certain section or regulate a certain function of the body. These postures are surprisingly simple, yet they call for a certain precision of form to bring the desired results health-wise. Each is repeated 10 times in a rhythmic motion. Throughout, consistent repetition is basic to success. Age is irrelevant in the practice of Liu Tong. In a class where the age span was 55-92, all the students were able to go through the exercises, and did so with enthusiasm. It is helpful to have a gentle warm-up period, such as the building of chi (or qi) by rubbing the hands together, limbering the shoulders with swimming motions and deep abdominal breathing. Of course, deep breathing is a factor in the entire program, but, in the warm-up, it is done consciously as an exercise unto itself. Learn More
  10. Chon-Ji of the Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    Chon-Ji of the Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    $15.00
    Jhoon Rhee has been called "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do" and holds the rank of seventh dan. He is internationally renowned and has instructed members of Congress. The chon-ji form is directed toward the beginning white belt. Applications are included with foot patterns, overhead views and one-step sparring. Learn More
  11. Hwa-Rang & Chung-Mu of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    Hwa-Rang & Chung-Mu of Tae Kwon Do Hyung

    $15.00
    Directed toward brown belt, this volume explains the forms required to be promoted to black belt. A special page on Korean counting is included. Rhee is known as "The Father of American Tae Kwon Do." Learn More
  12. Tai Chi for Two the Practice of Push Hands

    Tai Chi for Two the Practice of Push Hands

    $15.00
    Push Hands is a basic exercise for two partners that is practiced by students of T'ai Chi. Paul Crompton presents it here as a means of training oneself to relax under physical and mental pressure and to improve one's interactions with others in everyday life. Confronting the fear of threats to one's self-image and of losing one's balance is part of the psychological dimension of this practice. The author also offers, in workbook style, instruction in the fundamentals of the soft form of Push Hands and prepares the ground for studying the hard form, which is the actual fighting style. With step-by-step instructions and photographs demonstrating the movements, plus chapters on the concept of ch'i and Taoist philosophy, the book provides both practical advice and a philosophical appreciation of this popular Chinese exercise. Paul Crompton has been teaching T'ai Chi in England since the early 1970's. He is the editor of the British magazine Karate and Oriental Arts and the author of several books, including the T'ai Chi Workbook. Learn More