Taichi: 24 movements

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24 movements Yang style Peking form by Adam Quang

24 movements / Taichi DVD



“Tai Chi helps improve balance, Stimulates the senses associated with body position awareness”
References studies

” In all actions, may I closely examine my state of mind, 
And the moment a disturbing emotion or negative attitude arises, 
Since this may cause harm to myself and others, 
May I firmly face and avert it.” Eight Verses for Training the Mind


24 movements: Yang style Peking form

1. Beginning From
2. Parting A Wild Horse’s Mane
3. Stork Spreads It Wings
4. Brush Your Knee And Step (Left And Right)
5. Playing The Lute (breaking your opponent arm)
6. Step Back And Swirl Your Arm (Left And Right)
7. Grasping The Sparrow’s / Peacock Tail (Left)
8. Grasping The Sparrow’s / Peacock Tail (Right)
9. Single Whip
10. Moving Hand Like Cloud
11. Single whip
12. Ask for direction while on a horse
13. Right heel kick
14. Hit your opponent with both fists
15. Left heel kick
16. Climb down and stand on your left leg
17. Climb down and stand on your right leg
18. Throwing the loom (left and right)
19. A needle at bottom of the sea
20. Unfold your arm like a fan
21. Turn around and ward off and punch
22. Closure
23. Cross your hands
24. Conclusion.

“The Buddha has advised us that we should not accept any teachings as true just because a famous master teaches them or because they are found in holy books. This also includes the Buddhist canon. We can only accept teachings that we have put into practice with our own awakened understanding and that we can see with our experience to be true.” Ref. Book: NO DEATH, NO FEAR. By Thich Nhat Hanh.

Taichi antidote for pains new study <= click here to see the full article

A new study by York University published in the journal Work, states that 2 sessions of taichi per week helps workers relieve stress, strengthen muscles and develop back fitness – especially good for office/computer workers. “It was a short period of time (3 months) and yet we were able to see an improvement,” stated Professor Hala Tamim, who lead the study at the school of Kinnesiology and Health Science….

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