Sunday, January 29, 2017

Yang Tai Chi 108 Form Instruction Video 5

This video covers the posture "Raise Hands and Step Forward" which also shows up in the form again at a later point.  You will find that there are several moves that are repeated throughout this form and some that show up only once.  Because this is a move that shows up again, the more time you spend on it now, the easier it will be to incorporate it later.


To see the full list of the names of each posture in this form, check out our Chinese Terminology page.

To Your Health
Shifu Andrew Plitt

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Yang Tai Chi 108 Form Instruction Video 4: Single Whip

This fourth video of our Yang Tai Chi 108 Form instruction series takes us into a new move of the form called "Single Whip."  This posture shows up multiple times throughout the form, so be sure to spend time really getting it down this time.  It will pay off down the road.



I hope this video helps you in your training.  :)

To Your Health,
Shifu Andrew Plitt

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Yang 108 Form Instruction Video 3

This is the third installment of our instruction series for the Yang Tai Chi 108 Form. This video finishes the "Grasp the Sparrow's Tail" move from this form.



Always remember to remain diligent in your training. :)

To Your Health,
Shifu Andrew Plitt

P.S.  If you don't enjoy taking pills, but you do enjoy taking vitamins, like me.  I highly recommend that you try the liquid multi-vitamin Daily Complete on my online health store

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Yang Tai Chi 108 Form Instruction Video 2

Here's the 2nd instruction video in our Yang Tai Chi 108 Form series.  This video only covers the first half of this move and the following video will cover the second half.  We figured it would be easier to split of into two shorter videos than to have one lengthy video.


As always, we hope you find this video helpful in your Tai Chi training.

To Your Health,
Shifu Andrew Plitt

P.S. If you don't enjoy taking pills, but you do enjoy taking vitamins, like me. I highly recommend that you try the liquid multi-vitamin Daily Complete on my online health store.