Tui Shou

Tui Shou, also known as “push hands” or “pushing hands”, is a practice method of traditional internal Chinese martial arts. It is often associated with the martial art Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan). Tui Shou is used to teach students the principles of leverage, reflex, sensitivity, timing, coordination and positioning. This practice is designed to improve …

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24 Form

The 24-form Tai Chi, also known as the Beijing or Simplified form, is a short version of Tai Chi composed of 24 unique movements. This form was developed in 1956 by a team of Tai Chi experts and sports scientists in Beijing as part of an effort to standardize the practice and promote it for …

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Silk Reeling

Silk Reeling, also known as Chan Si Jin in Chinese, is a set of repetitive circular movements in Tai Chi. The name “silk reeling” comes from the imagery of twisting and untwisting silk threads in silk production. It’s meant to represent the continuous, circular, and flowing movements in Tai Chi. Silk Reeling exercises are designed …

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13 Form

The 13 Forms, also known as the Thirteen Postures or Thirteen Movements, is a concept related to Tai Chi Chuan (太极拳), a Chinese martial art and internal exercise system. Tai Chi is known for its slow, smooth, and fluid movements, which are designed to balance and cultivate the flow of qi (life energy) throughout the …

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