The Concept of Tai Chi

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese system of exercise for people of all ages that can prevent and cure disease. It promotes health and is also an effective form of self defense. The circular movements of Tai Chi are non-strenuous, soft and flowing. It is often described as “moving meditation” because it relieves stress and improves concentration. The slow turning motions loosen the joints and spine and relax points of tension in the body. Tai Chi trains the mind to direct the flow of internal energy or Qi. The movements are preformed with silk-like energy that is continuous, flexible, soft and effortless. Slow, deep and gentle breathing regulates the forms tempo. Tai Chi can be an effective therapy to strengthen the digestive, circulatory, and skeletal systems.


Tai Chi Internals

Fan FormIn Tai Chi practice, the practitioner uses the mind to direct Qi and Qi to direct movement. Motion arises from stillness (Wu Ji); Tai Chi is characterized by smooth flowing dance-like motion united with Qi Gong, concentration of the mind and the practical application of internal Kung Fu. Seeking stillness in motion and practicing with a high degree of concentration balances the inner and outer and the practitioner reaches into the stage of void: man united with heaven.


Push Hands and Sparring

Wu Ji and Tai Chi training will produce enough Yuan Qi to balance its power

Push Hands SparringThe first two stages of training, Wu Ji and Tai Chi, allow the practitioner to produce enough Yuan Qi to balance their internal power and improve their Qi quality, smooth the meridian channels and produce explosive power: Hun Yuan Jing. Once the practitioner has mastered these two stages they are ready to advance to the third stage to train Jing for use in application. This stage of training is called Push Hands.


Wu Dang Mountain Tai Chi

Zhang SanfengThe Sage Zhang Sanfeng created Tai Chi 13 Posture, 
a treasure of the mountain, this technique remained secret until today

The Sage Zhang Sanfeng created Tai Chi 13 postures which includes: holding the ball, single push, split post, cloud hand, yielding postures, and more. These postures have very strong practical applications, and combine with Tuna, Caibu, Hun Yuan Zhuan, 3 different Taoist internal cultivation methods to train the eight extraordinary channels and the five organs. 13 Postures is a treasure of the mountain. Until today this technique has remained secret and was only transmitted individually from a single teacher to a single student.


Tai Chi History

Zhang Sanfeng came to Wu Dang created Tai Chi 13 posture,
became the assembler of Tai Chi, and created Wu Dang Tai Chi

Legend of Tai Chi's Birth

Influenced by Taoist religion and philosophy, ancient Chinese people invented many methods for cultivating essential nature and eternal life for longevity and immortality: Dao Yin; Tu Na; sitting meditation; observing the inner body and the mind; five animal play; and, many ceremonial forms of Taoist rituals. These all contributed to the origins of Tai Chi.

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