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Form Lists
a comprehensive list of Forms for the Yang, Sun, Lee, Wu, Peking & other styles

The Lists below give the sequence of movements that make up various tai chi styles including the Yang Forms, Peking, Wu and Lee, Sun styles and many variations - as a guide to anybody who needs them. The lists are as a result of trawling the internet and unashamedly lifting what I found - but quoting my sources and giving due credit.

They are also from our own Yang lists; and from lists sent in to me by you. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of these lists. If you have a list or a variation that you think should be included here for anyone to see, then please email me.







Yang Lu-ch'an
founder of the Yang Form

Yang Forms:  

| Long Yang | Long Yang variation 1 | Long Yang variation 2 | Long Yang as 88 moves |
| Short Yang | Yang Competition |

Peking Forms:  

| Peking (24 posture) Form | Peking (24 Posture) alternative list |

Lee Forms:  

| Lee Form |

Wu Forms:  

| Wu Form | Wu Int'l 54 Competition Round Form | Wu Competition Form alternative | Wu's/Hao's Style |

Chen Forms:  

| Chen Old Form | Chen Cannon Fist Form | Chen Competition Form | Chen's First Lu | Chen's Second Lu |
| Chen Simplified Form |

Sun Forms:  

| Sun Form | Sun Competition Form |

other Forms:  

| Cheng Man-Ching's 37 Posture Form | 42 Posture Competition Form | The (Combined) 48 Posture Form |
| Tai Chi Fighting Set | Taoist Tai Chi Form |


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