On a secluded mountain peak above Five-Dragon, Wudang’s oldest Daoist temple, is a cave excavated out of the mountain rock. In the tradition of the Daoist hermit, it’s purpose was as a sanctuary for meditation and Tai Chi.
A film clip taken from the Chen Village movie. We listen to some of the foreign students talk about what a visitor from outside China can expect when they come to study and practice Tai Chi Chuan at the remote Chen Village.
Wudang Master Zhong Yun Long featured in our new release, The Immortal Path… The Tao of Tai Chi Chuan. In this scene he talks about the relationship of Wudang Tai Chi Chuan and the Tao Te Ching.
An excerpt from our latest release The Immortal Path. This clip from the film features Standing Meditation… a Tai Chi practice that is found throughout the schools on Wudang Mountain. Standing meditation is a perfect example of non-action, an underlying theme of the Tao and found in the classic text, Tao Te Ching.
The Immortal Path, the Tao of Tai Chi Chuan. Our latest film release coming very soon. Eighteen months in the making, this is a remarkable documentary of the Taoist Martial Art of Tai Chi Chuan and of its relationship with the Tao.
A first glimpse of the artwork for our upcoming new release, The Immortal path.
New film project at China’s legendary Taoist mountain… Wudang. This is home of the Yin and Yang and of Wudang Martial Arts and the Taoist scholars of the ‘I-Ching’ or book of changes.
World Wushu championships took place in Shiyan City, China, near to Wudang Mountain and home for many of China’s internal martial arts. International competitors from over sixty countries took part. We filmed this segment during the shooting of our film, A Boy in China in 2010. Watch the trailer. The Shaolin KidSelect options The…