Forms Taiji Qigong -
the flowing movement of taiji combined with the focus on deep breathing
and moving the qi of qigong. This form was taught to us by Master Zeng
Nailiang and Master Wei Xianglian, leaders of the Huawu Gongfu Coaching
Centre of Fuzhou, China.
Forms Taijiquan - also
known as 10 forms Taijiquan, it is the foundation course. Most people
can memorize the sequence of movements in one or two class sessions.
- a longer set of movements that includes movements from the 8 Forms
and combines them with new moves in a different sequence.
Taiji for Arthritis -
based on the Sun Style and adapted by Australian physician Dr. Paul Lam.
Forms Taijiquan -
possibly the most practiced taijiquan form in the world. It takes about
5 minutes to perform and is best learned after having learned either
of the shorter forms.
- Our longest form which takes about 10 minutes to perform. The basic
frame is Yang style combined with movements from Chen, Wu and Sun styles.
Forms Taiji Sword - This is the foundation course for Taiji
Sword. The graceful curved movements of taiji are combined with the
weapon so that the sword is an extension of the body.
Forms Competition Style Taijiquan - The form used in competition.
It features movements in the principal Taiji styles. Competitors have
to show that they have a mastery of movements in the different styles.
It takes about 5 minutes to perform.
Forms Competition Style Taiji Sword - This is the sword form
used in competition.
Simplifed Fan - A foundation course in Taiji Fan. First taught
us by Master Zeng and Master Wei, it is much requested when we do
demonstrations at public events. It is the short fan form taught at
the Huawu Gongfu Centre in Fuzhou, China.
Forms Huawu Fan - It is the more advanced fan form taught
at the Huawu Gongfu Centre in Fuzhou, China.
Forms Sun Style Taijiquan - A basic form devised by Master
Zeng as an introduction to the Sun Style.
Forms Chen Style Taijiquan - A basic form devised by Master
Chen Zhenglei as an introduction to the Chen Style.
Chi Hockey Stick -
A taiji form devised by Master Zeng and modified by Master Peng.