There is actually no difference between one form of Taijiquan from another. In essence, the underlying principles of Sun, Wu, Yang etc., have been founded based on the same set of requirements. Read more
Its unique traits.
The origins of Taijiquan are often attributed to one Zhang San Feng (a Daoist of either the Twelfth or Fifteenth century depending on the source) who created the Art after witnessing a fight between a snake and a crane (I’m sorry but I have to say this is baloney!). Although there is evidence that Zhang San Feng actually existed, there is no historical evidence to support the claim that he had anything to do with the creation or practice of Taijiquan.
This is the video performed by Grandmaster Zhu Tian Cai.
This year we will be joining Bev from Tai Chi on the Beach for this year event. Thank you Bev and Sam for organising.
This is the proposed program of the day.
This is the link: (You need to have google plus)
Tai Chi Beginner class now in Melville Aquatic Centre Booragoon, WA, Australia
Curriculum: 8 Breathing Exercise, 10 Silk Reeling Exercise and 5 Elements AKA 4 movements Old Frame.
Register now as the class will be limited to 12 participants. Hurry
Duration – 10 weeks