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By Jiang Jian-ye. Based on movements of from the Five Animal Frolics, includes exercises performed with light weights. Teaching is step-by-step with multiple repetitions and camera angles. It is taught at slow and normal speeds. 118 Min. For Tai Chi for Osteoporosis see item number 1595.

Five Animal Frolics-2 Parts


By Jiang Jian-ye. The Five Animal Frolics are an ancient exercise created 1800 years ago by a famous Chinese doctor, Hua Tuo. They involve stretching, flexibility, balance and agility. They are based on the bird, deer, bear, tiger and monkey. Each animal has five forms and they are taught step-by-step with multiple repetitions and angles. There are reviews and slow and normal speeds. Part 1 120 Min. 1582 Part 2 115 Min. 1583


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