Welcome to the final level of Push Hands Yang skills!
Concerning the supposed spectacular results, there is a second “secret“: Expanding one’s structure outwards in the fraction of a second – a bit like an airbag…
The Tai Chi 8 movements is a form created by Nils Klug for his students. Its aim is to enable home training of the different aspects of the Tai Chi form (Yang Style 60 movements) over a longer period of time. The students, long-time students as well as beginners, may […]
Tai Chi at home? Is it possible to learn Tai Chi online and train at home? It may not be the first choice for all of us, but sometimes – and for some people – it may be the only way. So, why not at least give it a try?Join […]
Yang style according to Professor Cheng Man Ching Professor Cheng Man Ching (1900 – 1975) learned Tai Chi Chuan in the tradition of the classical Yang style from Yang Chengfu in Shanghai. There he was close friends with Ma Yueliang, the representative figure of the new Wu style. After the […]
Yang Style Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) Yang Luchan, the founder of Yang Style Taijiquan was born in 1799 in Yongnian County in Hebei province China. At the age of 10 he moved to Chenjiagou in Henan province where he worked as a servant for the Chen family, the originators of […]