What is Tai Zhang Dao?
Tai Zhang Dao” (pronounced tie-jung-dow and in Chinese translates to “The Extreme Cane”) is a style of personal protection that effectively uses Tai Chi and Qigong internal martial arts principles with an ordinary cane for personal protection. It is an aggressive style that is proactive and avoids the need for hand to hand, close-quarters combat.
Created by a Senior and World Traveler Who Understands Your Needs and Limitations
The Tai Zhang Dao (TZD) concept for the style was originated by a senior who travels extensively, who then further improved it with the assistance of Grand Master Wei Lun Huang from Miami, FL,
The idea behind the style was to initially create a method of personal protection to be for seniors who suffer from the infirmities and limitations brought on by aging. Additionally, it was to enable you strengthen and use your bodies inherent abilities to not only protect yourself effectively against violence but to help you increase your fitness. It is well suitable for men or women of most any age.
Unlike existing martial arts, TZD will show you such things as:”how to move naturally” and “how to increase the power of your strikes” in a Tai Chi and Qi gong manner, be easy to learn, and do so in a very short amount of time.
One of the nicest features for Seniors is that it involves learning how to use a”tool that many of you already have” or could have in your hand all the time when you leave home….that of an ordinary cane. It’s always handy, unlike a gun or knife, doesn’t need a permit, and is as effective as a baseball bat.
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“The Strength of a Warrior Lies in His Gentleness.”