Yang Style Tai Chi Short Form and Sword Form video

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The most popular style of tai chi, Yang style is known for its smooth, harmonious movements which create a wavelike appearance in motion. In the Yang Style Tai Chi Short Form and Sword Form video, Guangzhi Xing teaches you the Simplified Tai Chi 24 Form and the Tai Chi Sword 32 Form.

Master Xing demonstrates from the front, rear and side views, performing the complete form then teaching the individual movements one by one with detailed instruction. The soft and flowing movements nurture a healing energy in the practitioner, which has led many people to practice Yang style for its health benefits.

This instructional video is by far the best on the market for beginners wanting to learn the movements!
— Richard Schloff

Chen Style Tai Chi Short Form and Broadsword Form video

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Chen Style is the oldest form of Tai Chi from which all other styles were created. The movements of this flowing form can be smooth as a stream or as powerful as a tidal wave. Master Guangzhi Xing teaches you the two most popular Chen style forms: Chen Style 38 Form and Chen Style Broad Sword Form. Begin with a warm-up followed by detailed instruction in the movements that make up the forms. Master Xing demonstrates from the front, rear and side views, performing the complete form then teaching the individual movements one by one with detailed instruction. Learn to channel your inner energy in your martial arts practice and in your daily life.

clear instructions and easy to follow movements
— Susan Dolling

Sun Tai Chi Competition Form video

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Sun style Tai Chi was developed by Master Sun Lu-Tang, using elements from various Chinese boxing schools. It features quick hand and foot movements as well as smooth footwork, earning it the name of "the form of the flowing steps."

In this instructional video, Master Guangzhi Xing teaches you the 73-movement form developed by the Chinese National Wushu Association from the traditional Sun family form for international competition. Begin with a warm-up followed by detailed instruction in the movements that make up the forms. Master Xing demonstrates from the front, rear and side views, performing the complete form then teaching the individual movements one by one with detailed instruction.

Excellent teacher of authentic Chinese Taiji Chuan
— G D Riley