This link is to the opening of a breathing exercise used in Gicheon, an obscure Korean martial art. Does anyone recognize this breathing form? If you view the very bottom of the page, there are links to the 'Previous' and to the 'Next' video clips. The chain includes about 20 total clips, showing other breathing exercises, Taeguk moving meditations, a formal bow, and some blocks that look to me to be poorly executed. Does anyone recognize this combination of techniques, this style of blocks, or any of these breathing meditation forms? Gicheon is one of the two main roots for the sword art that I study. I have been trying to find its roots for the last two years. I have found some debate online as to whether it is a mix of Tai Chi Chuan and Northern Mantis or Hawk form KF, or possibly some other combination. I haven't been able to find any documentation for the roots of Gicheon (other than the standard monks-in-monasteries-2000-years-ago histories) dating it before 1960. So, how 'bout it, folks? Can anyone help me place this style?