Links

Welcome to my Links page where you will find links for videos, websites, blogs, schools and more pertaining to Liuhebafa and the other internal arts (T’ai Chi, Bagua, Hsing-I and Chi Gong) along with the related subjects of Taoism and Chinese Medicine.

I am especially looking for more links to interesting videos of these arts that can be viewed online. So if you know of one, please send it to me at goldberg@ncf.ca or leave it as a comment on this page.

VIDEOS

LIUHEBAFA VIDEOS

 T’AI CHI VIDEOS

BAGUA VIDEOS

HSING-I VIDEOS

CHI GONG VIDEOS

OTHER RESOURCES  

LIUHEBAFA RESOURCES 

T’AI CHI RESOURCES 

 BAGUA RESOURCES 

HSING-I RESOURCES 

CHI GONG RESOURCES

 MULTIPLE INTERNAL ARTS

TAOISM AND TAOIST STUDIES

CHINESE MEDICINE

MARTIAL ARTS SUPPLIES

 
May you be swallow skimming water
 
~Kim Goldberg
 
(Please report any broken links to me: goldberg@ncf.ca)
 

12 Responses to Links

  1. Camille Connolly says:


    Some liuhebafa video that I shot in Huainan, China.

  2. Ray says:

    Hi Kim Thank you for your help here. I’ve been watching a video (here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMWrfGJNfJ0&index=7&list=FL2mdzzppv_0qUWltdOws_bw ) of Angel Miguel demo of Lok Hup. I’ve posted the 66 moves on that page with credit to you. I now think I should have asked you first. I trust its ok. Hope that you are well.
    Peace
    Ray

  3. Sean Corman says:

    What a nice website/blog! Really well put together and so wonderful to see you combining your passion for writing with martial arts, too. Beautiful! I am just getting started trying to do some Xinyi teaching in Victoria. Please check out my blog sometime. All good things, Sean http://www.sixharmonyconsulting.com

  4. John Hayes says:

    Hi Kim,
    I was fortunate to study for some time with Sifu Choi Way Lun in Chicago, who was also a great humorist and chef! His wonderful videos on you Tube are only a hint of what can and should be accomplished.

  5. JPH says:

    For LHBF videos, I suggest http://vimeo.com/12207128. Erik Matthiesen’s page on Vimeo.

  6. Ron says:

    Kim:
    Thanks for the numerous (resources) links to the internal arts. Such a wealth of information that will be of great help as I now continue to delve deeper into the study of Tai Chi and Lok Hup. I also continue to enjoy your interpretation of the various moves in the Lokhabafa form-some great spiritual insights. So keep up the great work and thanks once again

  7. Wayne Young says:

    excellent website with links – years ago I taught Taoist Tai Chi and joined the FLK Taoist Temple and started training in Pakua, Lok Hup and Hsing I under the Taoist Monk Mr. Moy and only recently have gone back to training as I have spinal disease – I just started Chen Style Tai Chi in Victoria and really appreciate the time and effort that you have put into this portal – big bow to you 🙂

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