A unique 4-dimensional martial arts system,
that cultivates inner energy and strength,
that you can see, hear and feel.
The Calligraphy Elbow System is based on 10 pairs of elbows that are powered by instant, explosive power and connected through 3D link at the Dan Tian. A speciality of Yang Mian.
A specialised collection of body conditioning that compliments any martial arts system. From Steel Finger to Steel Leg, this conditioning is especially useful for martial arts and therapists.
Calligraphy Grappling does not rely on physical strength, which is what makes it so devastating. Like an eel in the water; you can wrap yourself around any joint in the human body.
This is the start of reflex mind or ‘moving meditation’, leading you to the highest level of martial arts skill. A combination of all Yang Mian skills joined by smooth, flowing 3D link.
Yang Mian system
The Yang-Mian family system is one of the internal
martial arts and is also known as the Yang-Mian Family System due to its flowing movements and the strong
and strong Qi flows (energy flow), it is also known as
Water Gong Fu (Water Kung Fu).
Like a river that never stops flowing and always finds a way.
The real power does not come from physical strength.
The three-dimensional movements arise from the centre of the body, the Dantian, our energy and movement centre.
Yang Mian originated about 400 years ago in Sichuan province in China.
At that time, the whole province was surrounded by enemies. To ensure the defence of the homeland, Gong Fu masters, healers and Dao masters worked together and developed a martial art that is one of the strongest and most effective the world has ever seen.
The Yang Mian is a unique martial arts system that teaches and encourages the use of inner energy. When properly trained, it offers unlimited possibilities.
The use of the inner power is in the foreground here, in contrast to the outer power, which quickly reaches its limits.
As a martial art of inner power, students learn in Yang Mian how to generate inner energy based on the natural movements of their body and how to express this in a lively way in a fighting situation. The system trains the body to become as elastic as rubber, making it possible for the student to transfer inner energy explosively and specifically to any target.
All techniques and movements are executed at high speed and at the same time soft and flowing (like water). When a student hits an opponent's target and transfers his or her force, it penetrates the object from within, much like a hammer driving a nail through wood.
The basic training is to breathe properly, concentrate on your body and feel your own energy.
One of the keys to further development is relaxation, also called Fangsong in Chinese (also known as Song or Sung).
Fangsong is much more than relaxing a bit, it is one of the most important basics.
After reaching the Fangsong (Relaxed status) follow the further steps for the development.