Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Yang Tai Chi 24 Form: Marital Application #3

Here is the latest addition to our Yang Tai Chi 24 From martial application series.  This is based off of a variation to the "Begin Taiji" posture at the beginning of the form.  It's a very simple application, but a good one to have in your martial toolbox.  Enjoy!

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Yang Tai Chi 108 From Instruction: Video #28, Left Brush Knee and Push

Here is the latest addition to our Yang Tai Chi 108 Form instruction series.  The movement is one that we've done before several times, "Left Brush Knee and Push".  This video should be any easy refresher for this move since you've done it so many times before.  Stay tuned for the next movement, "Needle at Sea Bottom".  We hope you all enjoy this video!  Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified when we post a new video.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Yang Tai Chi 108 Form Instruction Video #27: White Crane Spreads Its Wings

This video brings us back to a movement that we have already learned, so this is essentially a review.  The transition and direction of this movement is the same as 5th movement of this form, so I have included the instruction video for move 5 here as well in case this review is not detailed enough.  However, it is my hope that if you are ready to watch the 27th video in this series, you are familiar enough with the previous movements of this form that a quick review is all you will need to move forward.

Here is the 27th video in this series:





Here is the video that describes the 5th movement of this form (also White Crane Spreads Its Wings) in greater detail, in case you need a more in-depth review:

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Yang Tai Chi 108 Form Instruction Video #26

This video teaches the movement "Raise Hands & Step Forward" from the Yang Tai Chi 108 Form.  It's part of our free instruction series on the Yang 108 form and we hope you all find it very helpful in your training.   Enjoy!