Resources for Chen Style Tai Chi

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    [video]Cherry Collins posted a video on 25 December 2010 - 10:33pm.
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    Master Wang Hai Jun demonstrating Chen Tai Chi Forms

    This is my teacher, Master Wang Hai Jun, demonstrating various aspects of Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan. Master Wang is a pupil of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei, living with him from the age of 8 years old. Master Wang Hai Jun now lives in Manchester, England. Grand Master Chen Zhenglei is a 19th Generation lineage holder of Chen Style Tai Chi in Chen Village, Henan, China.

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    [video]S Robins posted a video on 7 August 2009 - 10:46am.
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    Tai Chi Wisdom at Tai Chi Caledonia

    The 5 Section Yang Style curriculum was devised to enable students to learn the basics of a range of Tai Chi subjects in a shorter amount of time. The first form is an empty hand form and has only 20 movements rather than the 108 of the Traditional Long Form. Students then progress to a Two-Person Applications Form which allows them to understand the purpose of Tai Chi as a Martial Art. next comes Tai Chi sword, fun and elegantly beautiful it is also great to practice the Two-Pweerson Sword Form and enjoy this art with someone else.

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