Chinese Tai Chi 10 Forms – Yang style
The Chinese tai chi 10 forms sequence shown from the front and back simultaneously, best links for beginners to practise from. (For new students learning only grasping the bird’s/peacock’s tail, move forwards to 2:30minutes on the 10 forms to find the move you are learning):
Yang style, performed by Master Faye Yip:
Tai Chi 24 Forms – Yang style
Tai chi 24 forms performed by Master Faye Yip, great niece of Li Tianji, nicked named Lungfei from which our club holds it’s name. Master Li Tianji created the 24 tai chi forms and Mrs Men Bao, the founder of our club ‘Bao’s Lung Fei Tai Chi’, learned the tai chi 24 forms directly from Master Li Tianji.
Tai chi 24 forms with the English names before each move, but music is not in sink with the movements.
Tai chi 24 forms seen from the side – (good for beginners to see the width distance between feet).
16 Tai Chi Forms – Yang style
88 Tai Chi Forms – Yang style
Tai Chi Chuan Yang 88 or 108 form, is the same form. Depending on how you count the steps.
88 Tai Chi Chuan performed by Master Wang Yanji. Master Wang studied wushu- martial arts from the Li family. Master Li Tianji studied wushu from his father, Li Yulin, as well as from his father’s masters, Sun Lutang and Li Jinglin.
88 tai chi forms part 1 & 2 demonstrated by Master Wang:
88 tai chi forms part 3 demonstrated by Master Wang:
88 tai chi forms part 1, 2 & 3 demonstrated by a Chinese Gold Medalist
Other Tai Chi videos
32 Tai Chi Forms – combination of styles:
YouTube link to the 40 old Yang style Tai Chi Forms demonstrated by International Tai Chi Champion Dr. Pauline Bao:
YouTube links to the 42 Tai Chi Forms – combination of styles, demonstrated by Master Wang:
YouTube links to the 48 Tai Chi Forms – combination of styles, demonstrated by Master Wang:
Back view with names of moves, demonstrated by William Tsai: