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tai chi energy patterns and taichi connection dvd

Postby DOM » Fri Feb 03, 2006 5:18 pm

I see these will be out soon,are they something knew or just somthing that has been renamed?
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Postby Dvivid » Sun Feb 05, 2006 11:48 am

Hi, Thanks for your interest.

YMAA doesn't re-release old titles with new names. Occasionally a book will be re-editioned, but it is clear that it is a 2nd or 3rd edition of a book. This is common, and even encouraged in the book publishing business - and it serves the reader by offering an updated version of the author's insight on the topic of the book, and often also includes improved book formatting and photographs.

These are two new DVDs to be published in 2006:

Tai Chi Energy Patterns is a new program by Ramel Rones - the follow-up to his widely popular Sunrise Tai Chi DVD - which became the number 1 best-selling instructional Tai Chi DVD on Amazon.com in Dec. 05. In this DVD, Ramel explores Peng, Lu, Ji, and An (Ward Off, Rollback, Press, and Push), and discusses how these four fundamental energy patterns are used in health and martial arts with powerful results.

Tai Chi Connections is an amazing Tai Chi program by YMAA author John Loupos, in which he instructs new ways to look deeply at your Tai Chi practice, and to develop stronger mind/body connection - whether you're a beginner or advanced practitioner.
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Postby Dvivid » Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:37 am

The new 6-hour DVD set available now from Ramel Rones. Following the success of his first program, Sunrise Tai Chi, Rami teaches taijiquan solo and partner exercises by breaking down taiji postures into many different drills, exercises, and yi chuan meditations.

His way of teaching is really unique, but since he is a disciple of Master Yang, the teaching is still congruent with YMAA taijiquan.

You can see Previews here:

preview:
ftp://ftp.ymaaschool.com/pub/Web_QTs_24 ... review.mov

video excerpt:
ftp://ftp.ymaaschool.com/pub/Web_QTs_32 ... web320.mov

And more info here:
http://ymaa.stores.yahoo.net/taichienpadv.html

As always, I value the feedback of everyone in the forum. Thanks,
David Silver
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