• Internal Power is Not Mysterious.
  • It Does Not Take Years to Develop Internal Power.
  • It Should Not Be A Secret Only For A Chosen Few!

Internal Power is the buzz word in the Martial Arts community these days. The problem is that everyone talks about it, but few can demonstrate it, and even fewer can actually teach it.

Internal Power and Connection is something that can easily be trained and developed. You just need to find the correct teaching.


This program provides a structured and progressive training regimen
designed to help the student gain real skill in the internal arts.


The goal of formulating this program was not to supplant the traditional internal systems or to create a “new” system. Instead this program is designed to remedy some of the problems with the traditional teaching structure. Usually the progression of training is not laid out for the students in the traditional teaching structure and sometimes in traditional teaching the Nei Kung (or Internal Power) is not taught until the student has “proven” themselves for many years. This can leave many students practicing “empty” forms. This would be like a car without an engine if we used the previous analogy. The car might look good but functionally it is not very useful.



Benefits of Studying the Internal Power Program

This program teaches aspects of all three of the internal arts of Xing Yi Quan, Ba Gua Zhang, and Taiji Quan. These arts are integrated into the program in that the core Nei Kung, Principles, and movement patterns are taught for each of the arts. They are each individual and separate arts and are not combined. Each art should retain its’ individual “flavor”, principles, and method of movement. The benefit of integrating all three arts into the curriculum of this program are:

Each style has its own principles and emphasis in training: Xing Yi can develop power fairly quickly, Bagua emphasizes mobility and coiling, Tai Chi emphasizes unity and transforming power. The experience of training in each of these three arts will deepen the students understanding of the art in which he chooses to focus on and by studying the core aspects of each style a student can take the lessons learned and use them to more fully understand the development of internal power and effective movement. He will gain insight into practicing that would not have been possible if his experience was narrowed by only practicing one art.

The student in the beginning of training does not know much about the difference between these arts. By going through the Nei Kung specific for each style and incorporating it into movement patterns the student gains an understanding of the similarities and differences between these three arts. The student can then make a decision based upon experience and preference as to which style to continue learning in depth rather than wasting sometimes years trying an art to find out that it just does not suit the student’s temperament, body structure, goals, etc.



Our Curriculum


Nei Kung Set

This set is the foundation for all the internal arts that we teach. Learn how to relax and connect the different parts of the body. Develop softness, mobility, flexibility, and relaxation while at the same time coordinating and connecting the body so that it can work together. This type of connection is essential for developing and using Internal Power. This set is also a fundamental practice for Taoist Internal Cultivation and has a great benefit on the Health.

This set contains 5 sections of exercises and can be practiced several different ways. This set contains:

  • 5 Circles Exercises
  • Wuji Standing Meditation
  • 7 Circles Exercises
  • Hold the Ball Standing Meditation
  • Hold the Belly Standing Meditation
  • Peirce and Turn Exercise


Internal Power I

The sets of exercises in this module are collectively referred to as the “Internal Power Exercises.” These exercise take the body attributes that you developed in the last module: softness, flexibility, mobility, coordination, and integration, and give you step by step exercises designed to not only condition your body further, but teach you how to use your body effectively to generate internal power.

You Learn:

  • Principles and Concepts of Internal Power
  • Dynamic Relaxation Set
  • Whipping Set
  • Candle Punching
  • Push Exercise
  • Effortless Push
  • Bag Work


Internal Power II

This module further builds upon the previous module. The exercises in this module build deeper connections and the ability to emit force or Fa Jin.

You Learn:

  • Tian Gan
  • 9 Circles Exercises
  • Daoyin Stretching and Strengthening Set
  • Floating Palms Nei Kung
  • Connect Heaven and Earth Nei Kung
  • Mother Form (Xinyiba Muba)


Internal Power III

Reserved for students that have completed the Essential Neijia Modules or the complete traditional curiculum of an internal art. The exercises in this module further strengthen and connect the body, train the ability to more explosively emit force (Fa Jin), and increased energy sensitivity.

You Learn:

  • Pole Shaking Exercises (Long Pole)
  • Lion Rolls/Plays with Ball (Advanced Energy Set)
  • Energy Sensitivity Exercises


Essential Xing Yi

Essential practices of Xing Yi – including the Nei Kung and the 5 Element Fists

You Learn:

  • San Ti Shi (Nei Kung Standing Posture)
  • 5 Element Fists
    • The Forms
    • Alignments and Coordination
    • How to Practice in Small Spaces
    • How to use the Forms to Strengthen the Internal Organs
    • Fighting Applications


Essential Bagua

Learn the essential practices of Bagua

You Learn:

  • Dragon Body Exercises
  • Bagua Bai Bu and Kou Bu Footwork
  • Walking the Circle
  • 3 Static Postures for Walking
  • Single Palm Change (multiple ways)
  • Double Palm Change
  • Advanced Footwork
  • Swimming Dragon Changes


Essential Tai Chi

Learn the essential practices of Tai Chi

  • Tai Chi Nei Kung
  • Tai Chi Walking
  • Tai Chi Single Posture Practice
  • 8 Movement Short Form
  • 4 Direction Short Form



Our Internal Power Program is a distillation of the essential exercises and training from the numerous Traditional Internal Arts.