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Yang Style Taijiquan (Tai Chi)

  • 24 forms (PRC)
  • 36 forms (Cheng Man-Ching)
  • 108 forms (traditional)
  • 13 saber
  • 42 combined sword
  • 21 Pole
  • Tui Shou (sensing hands)
  • San Shou
  • Da Lu
  • Taiji boxing
  • 8 direction Tai Chi

Chen Style Taijiquan

  • 19 forms
  • 42 forms
  • Chen Saber

Southwest Tai Chi

Tai Chi developed in China about 400 years ago as a combination of the best martial arts movements of the day and much older qigong and neigong energy practices. This combination proved very effective, not only for fighting but also for healing. Today the vast majority of people who practice Tai Chi do it for their health alone. It is now the most practiced health exercise in the world.

There are many types or styles of Tai Chi which emphasise different aspects of the art, as a result some forms, such as the Yang Style are better if you are just physically weak, while others, such as the Wu Style that we teach are better at healing damaged joints, tissue and organs, and others, such as traditional Chen Style require you to be healthy before you learn them, but move the chi very quickly through the body.

Group and private instruction availabler, call:(602) 796-6060