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Tai Chi Styles
introductions to other styles and aspects beyond the Yang From

 

> A bewildering Array of Styles
> introducing the Lee form
> introducing the Wu form
> introducing the Chen Form
> introducing the Sun Form

> Pushing Hands
> Tai Chi walking
> Tai Chi Hands
> An Introduction to Tai Chi Ruler
> Tai Chi Sword
> 'embracing the tree'
> 'Cheng Man-Ching'
> Tessen Workshops

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Tai Chi in itself is has no single 'method', but rather a number of different styles that have evolved along with its growth. This site is predominantly Yang Style because, simply that is what I and the two sensei's by whom I have had the pleasure of being taught, practice. This does does not, however distinguish us as separate from the whole of what is tai chi, nor makes us feel that our style is superior to any of the others - just a different aspect of the same.

 
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