Yang Style T'ai Chi Ch'uan:
 

   " Words of Experience by Tung Ying Chieh " , Translated by Albert Tang

      Tai Chi for Self Defense By Rick Mendel "Many people teach Tai Chi Chuan and don't know what they're doing," claims Tai Chi master Kai Ying Tung.

    "The Ten Essentials of Taijiquan", Narrated by Yang Cheng fu Recorded by Chen Wei-ming From the book "Yang Style Taijiquan" by Yang Zhen Duo Morning Glory Publishers, Beijing, 1988

     "Talks on the Practice of Taijiquan", Narrated by Yang Cheng Fu From the book "Yang Style Taijiquan" by Yang Zhen Duo Morning Glory Publishers, Beijing, 1988

       The Yang Short Form - Animated.  Click on Tai Chi Click on Enter and you will see the articles section. The complete Short Yang form is split into three 'sections' or parts, executed consecutively. It is essentially an annotated version of the Long form. The separate parts, however can also be treated individually and practiced on their own. By Mark Allen

Yang Style Lotus Leaf Palm Written by Dr. Mei Ying Sheng, Si Chuan Province, China Translated by Ted W. Knecht, Shen Zhen, China.  The hand formation which best represents the Yang style is the Lotus-leaf Palm.

Yang Style Turning Body Palm by Ted W. Knecht. The Turning Body Palm or Fan Ti Zhang as it is known in Chinese is an indispensable training tool in Yang style Tai Ji Quan. The Fan Ti Zhang is used 28 times within the traditional 108 posture routine as standardized by the Late Grandmaster Yang Cheng Fu.

Hook Hand of Yang Style Taijiquan Written by Dr. Mei Ying Sheng, Si Chuan Province, China Translated by Ted W. Knecht, Shen Zhen, China



 


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