• Taiji Begginer

    Taiji Begginer

    1.      Chan Si Gong : Silk Reeling Exercise
    Silk Reeling Exercise (chan si gong) -basic exercises which facilitate Chen family internal and external mechanics.

    1. Zhan Zhuang – Standing Post
    2. Zheng Mian Chan Si – Front Spiral Single Arm Reeling Silk
    3. Heng Kai Bu – Front Spiral Single Arm with Side Stepping Reeling Silk
    4. Shuang Shou Chan Si – Double Hands Reeling Silk
    5. Qian Jin Bu – Double Hand Reeling Silk with Stepping
    6. Hui Tui Bu – Backward Stepping, Left and Right
    7. Chuan Zhan Chan Si – Direct (Nonspiralling) Reeling Silk
    8. Ce Mein Chan Si – Side Spiral Single Arm Reeling Silk
    9. Dan Shou Xiao Chan Si – Single Hand Small Reeling Silk (Both Directions)
    10. Shuan Shou Xiao Chan Si – Double Hand Small Reeling Silk (Both Directions)
    11. Tui Bu Chan Si – Leg Reeling Silk (Both Directions)[/info_text]

    2.      19 Step Form (Created by Chen Xiao Wang)
    A short form created by Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang as an introduction to the Chen family curriculum. This form develops sensitivity of internal chi (energy) and contains elements from Laojia

    1. Yu bei shi – Beginning the form
    2. Jin gang chu miao – Buddha’s Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar
    3. Lan zha yi- Lazy about tying coat
    4. Shang bu xie xing – Stepping by walking obliquely
    5. Shan san bu – Stepping three steps
    6. Zou yan shou hong quan – Hidden hand punch, left
    7. Shuang tui shou – Double pushing hands
    8. Dao juan hong – Whirling upper arms
    9. Shan tong bei – Flashing the back
    10. You yan shou hong quan – Hidden hand punch, right
    11. Liu feng si bi – Six sealings, four closing
    12. Yun shou – Cloud hands
    13. Gao tan ma – High pat on horse
    14. You deng yi gen – Kick with heel, right
    15. Zou deng yi gen – Kick with heel, left
    16. Ye ma fen zong – Part wild horse’s mane
    17. Yu nu chuan suo – Jade maiden works shuttles
    18. Jin gang dao zhui – Buddha’s Warrior pounds mortar
    19. Shou shi – Closing Taiji form

    3.      38 form
    This form emphasizes on Xinjia (new frame) created by grandmaster Chen Xiaowang.

    1. Yu Bei Shi – Preparing the Form
    2. Jin Gang Dao Dui – Buddha’s Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar
    3. Bai He Liang Chi – The White Crane Spreads Its Wings
    4. Shang San Bu – Stepping Forward Three Steps
    5. Xie Xing – Walking Obliquely
    6. Lou Xi – Brush Knee
    7. Qian Tang Ao Bu – Wade Forward Twist Step on Both Sides
    8. Yan Shou Hong Quan – The Fist of Covering Hand and Arm
    9. Pie Shen Quan – The Punch of Draping Over Body
    10. Shuang Tui Shou – Push with Both Hands
    11. San Huan Zhang – Change Palms Three Times
    12. Zhou Di Chuan – Fist Under Elbow
    13. Dao Juan Hong – Step Back and Whirl Arms on Both Sides
    14. Tui Bu Ya Zhou – Step Back and Press Elbow
    15. Bai She Tu Xin – Beast Head Pose
    16. Shan Tong Bei – Flash the Back
    17. Qian Tang Ao Bu – Wade Forward and Twist Step on Both Sides
    18. Qing Long Chu Shi – Green Dragon Comes Out of Water
    19. Ji Di Chui – Punch of Hitting the Ground
    20. Ti Er Qi – Double Raise Foot
    21. Hu Xin Quan – The Fist of Protecting Heart
    22. Qian Zhao – Forward Trick
    23. Hou Zhao – Backward Trick
    24. You Deng Yi Gen – Kick with Right Heel
    25. Zuo Deng Yi Gen – Kick with Left Heel
    26. Yu Nu Chuan Shuo – Jade Girl Works the Shuttles
    27. Lan Zha Yi – Lazy About Tying the Coat
    28. Liu Feng Si Bi – Six Sealing and Four Closings
    29. Dan Bian – Single Whip
    30. Que Di Long – The Dragon on the Ground
    31. Shan Bu Qi Xing – Step Forward with Seven Stars
    32. Xiao Qin Da – Small Catching and Hitting
    33. Yun Shou – Wave Hands Like Clouds
    34. Gao Tan Ma – High Pat On Horse
    35. Shuang Bai Lian – Double Wave Lotus
    36. Dang Tou Pao – The Cannon Right Overhead
    37. Jin Gang Dao Dui – Buddha’s Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar
    38. Tai Ji Shou Si – Closing Taiji Form

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