Tai Chi Fighter Essential Links

Eastern Medicine Essentials

Acupuncture: Warrior-Acupuncturist Network

Acupuncture: Chinese Channels and Vessel acupoints

Acupuncture: Korean Sa Sang Constitution Medicine

Acupuncture: SaAm: 5 element system

Acupuncture: Master Tong’s acupoints

Acupuncture: Constitution acupuncture

Chinese Medicine: Diagnosis and Internal medicine

Chinese Medicine: Psychology

Chinese Medicine: OB/GYN

Chinese Medicine: Face Reading in Oriental Medicine

Chinese Medicine: other TCM notes, Nei Dan.

Diet: Intro to Chinese Diet Therapy with Wilson and Amy

Diet: Chinese Diet therapy Part II

Herbology: Chinese Herbs I

Herbology: Chinese Herbs II

Herbalogy: Formulas using Chinese herbs

Herbology: Formulas study II

Massage: from a Tai Chi master

Massage: Massage: Tui-na for children

Massage: General massage points for health

Massage: Pulse/Palpitation areas in Eastern medicine

Qigong: Acupoints in relation to Kundalini Yoga

Qigong: Taiji and Qigong structural alignments

Combative: Tai Chi pugilist methods and how to train a fighter

Universal principles in fighting

Da Shou in Taijiquan Combat training

A fighter’s curriculum

Tai Chi Combat training

Developing a Tai Chi fighter that can hang with other combat sport fighters: MMA, Muay Thai, Boxing, BJJ.

Da Shou: 5 hammers

Chinese Tai Chi “classics” for fighting

Standing Gong Essentials

10 Essentials of Taijiquan with images

Jin Lu “force path” demystified

Building a daily practice to develop Taiji Gong Fu

Ti-Fang: Tai Chi chuan’s secret training

Recommended Teachers World Wide

Cheng Man Ching’s student network

Tai Chi parks in DC/VA/MD metro area

Wushu Reference page

About Administrator

Coach Matt Stampe is a Database Administrator and I.T. professional. In the world of Bodywork, he has been a Massage Therapist, and is currently a student at Virginia University of Oriental Medicine (VUOM.edu). He has taught hundreds of people Authentic Tai Chi Kung fu for over 25 years at places including: Kung fu schools, Parks and Recreation centers, Chinese schools, Martial arts clubs, MMA/Boxing gyms, and Acupuncture Universities. He has positively impacted peoples lives whether for health, sport, strength, and spirit. As a true combat athlete and fighter, he teaches realistic methods so people can be confident to defend themselves. (without all the woo-woo mystical BS.)
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