Posted On:5/15/2011 10:27pm
Style: 剛 and 柔
This bagua practitioner's stance bears a strong resemblance to the Okinawan's Naihanchi. The picture is from Chinese Martial Arts Training Manuals, by Kennedy & Guo, page 274. The original book is by Ren Zhi Cheng, who was a student of Gao Zhi Kai.
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Posted On:5/21/2011 5:43pm
Style: Tai Chi
That stance is in lots of southern chinese arts. From 'chun to fukienese white crane.
Okinawan Karate styles derived from Uechi Ryu are broadly speaking White Crane derivatives. I have no idea about the rest.
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