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This short staff webpage was served to over 19,500 readers in 2010.

Since 2005, I have also provided an associated blog to point to changes and additions at the Cloud Hands website: The Cloud Hands: Mind/Body Movement Arts Blog.

I am inconsistent about italicizing non-English words in this webpage. All documents include some commentary, notes, and a bibliography of books, media, and links. You will see not only the proper technique of performing each exercise, but also a graphic representation of that portion of the body being stressed. "This video utilizes the elements shown in the Basic Foundation tape and combines them into easy to follow techniques to ward off attacks by a single opponent. According to this teacher, "Over the years students have come to me and say, - I'd like to learn the cane from you.

Routine One is based on the Yang Style of Taijiquan, and we teach the Yang Style of T'ai Chi Ch'uan at the Valley Spirit Taijiquan Center. Includes use of the short staff and cane in martial arts, self-defense, walking and hiking. These are the same katas he used to win 50 first places, 6 Grand Championships, and the World and National Titles in 19!

This tai chi cane form is taught on an instructional DVD by Master Jesse Tsao. According to Marnix Wells, Chen Pan-ling taught Wang Shu Chin the 24 movement walking stick form. Separate sections on Aikido Jo, Cane, Taijiquan cane and staff, Jodo, exercises with a short staff, selected quotations, techniques, selecting and purchasing a short staff, tips and suggestions, and a long section on the lore, legends, and magick of the short staff. This fifth video in the ranking series will help you put the finishing touches on your journey to becoming a Canemaster." VSCL.

A Note to Readers: The Cloud Hands website has been online continuously since 2001.

In 2008, over 1,900,000 webpages (excluding graphics) were served to readers around the world from the Cloud Hands website.

Endorsed by Cane Masters International." Video Clip VSCL. This DVD also includes a warm up Qigong routine that is useful for everyone. The second and third sections break down each of the two sides and teach the movements. S., Valley Spirit Taijiquan, Red Bluff, California. The document provides a bibliography, links, and resources.

It will be of special interest to those who practice the Eight Section Brocade Qigong form. The last section shows the form performed as a partner form. The document includes brief descriptions for each short staff and/or cane technique. Master Tsao developed this cane form himself, with grandmaster Zhu Tiancai's support.

I began to revise and update this webpage in September, 2008.

Its purpose is to record my travels along the Way of the Short Staff.

I welcome and encourage your suggestions for how to improve this webpage. The documentation of this research is an ongoing project of mine from 2009-2011; consequently, many documents are still very incomplete. After all, if you think about it handing a simple stick to a Kung Fu artists who can do sword, spear, whip and dagger is just like saying "anything goes." This is definitely not your grandfather's cane form." In this instructional DVD, the lineage of this particular Shaolin Cane form is given as: Ted Mancuso was taught by Lam Kwong Wing, who was taught by Yim Shang Mo, who was taught by Gu Ru Shang, who was taught by Yan Gi Wen, who was taught by Yan Di Gong, who was taught by Wang Bang Cai, who was taught by Gan Feng Chi, who was taught by Monk Zhao Yuan He Shang.

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