Tai chi
Often shortened to t'ai chi, taiji or tai chi in English usage, T'ai chi ch'uan or tàijíquán is an internal Chinese martial art practised for both its defense training and its health benefits. It is a...
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The hidden meanings of yin and yang - John Bellaimey - YouTube
Aug 2, 2013 ... View full lesson here: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-hidden-meanings-of-yin-and- yang-john-bellaimey The ubiquitous yin-yang symbol holds its ...
Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan
Yang family-style (Chinese: 楊氏; pinyin: Yángshì) t'ai chi ch'uan (taijiquan) in its many variations is the most popular and widely practised style in the world today and the second in terms of...
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Wu-style t'ai chi ch'uan
The Wu family style (Chinese: 吳氏 or 吳家; pinyin: wúshì or wújiā) t'ai chi ch'uan (Taijiquan) of Wu Quanyou and Wu Chien-ch'uan (Wu Jianquan) is the second most popular form of t'ai chi ch'uan i...
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Wu (Hao)-style t'ai chi ch'uan
The Wu or Wu (Hao)-style (Chinese: 武氏 or 武/郝氏; pinyin: Wǔshì or wǔ/hǎoshì) of t'ai chi ch'uan of Wu Yu-hsiang (武禹襄, 1813–1880), is a separate family style from the more popular Wu-style (吳氏) o...
Chen-style t'ai chi ch'uan
The Chen family-style (陳家、陳氏 or 陳式 太極拳) is the oldest and parent form of the five traditional family styles. Chen-style is characterized by Silk reeling (chán sī jìn; 纏絲勁), alternating fast/slow motio...
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Sun-style t'ai chi ch'uan
The Sun-style (孫氏) t'ai chi ch'uan is well known for its smooth, flowing movements which omit the more physically vigorous crouching, leaping and fa jin of some other styles. The footwork of Sun style...
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24-form tai chi chuan
The 24-posture Simplified Form of t'ai chi ch'uan, (Chinese: 太极拳; pinyin: Tàijíquán) sometimes called the Beijing form for its place of origin, is a short version of T'ai chi composed of twent...
42-form tai chi chuan
The 42 Form (Competition Form) t'ai chi ch'uan is the standard Wushu competition form which combines movements drawn from the Chen, Yang, Wu, and Sun styles of traditional T'ai chi ch'uan (Taijiquan)....
T'ai chi ch'uan philosophy
In many extant t'ai chi classic writings the dependence of t'ai chi ch'uan on Chinese philosophy is acknowledged. T'ai chi teachers have historically asserted that the principles of tai chi chuan pra...
Pushing hands
Pushing hands or tuishou is a name for two-person training routines practiced in internal Chinese martial arts such as Baguazhang, Xingyiquan, T'ai chi ch'uan (Taijiquan), Liuhebafa, Ch'uan Fa, Yiquan...
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Tao yin
Tao yin (sometimes referred to as Taoist yoga) is a series of exercises (mainly in lying and sitting positions, but also in standing positions) practiced by Taoists to cultivate ch'i, the internal ene...
T'ai chi classics
The T'ai chi classics are classical texts used as guides for the practice of the Chinese martial art of t'ai chi ch'uan. These texts, which vary from school to school, are usually written in classical...
Yangjia Michuan Taiji Quan
Yangjia Michuan Taiji Quan (simplified Chinese: 杨家秘传太极拳; traditional Chinese: 楊家秘傳太極拳; pinyin: yángjiā mìchuán tàijíquán), the Yang Family Secret Tradition is a t'ai chi ch'uan style creat...
Zhaobao t'ai chi ch'uan
Zhaobao taijiquan (pronounced jao-bao) (Chinese: 趙堡忽靈架太極拳) is a style of taijiquan that is often considered to be a modern style, but actually has a strong documented lineage that confirms its aut...
Tui na
Tui na or tuina /ˌtwiː ˈnɑː/ (Chinese: 推拿; pinyin: tuī ná), is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in conjunction with acupuncture, moxibustion, fire cupping, Chinese herbalism, ...
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Lee-style t'ai chi ch'uan
The Lee style of t'ai chi ch'uan (李氏太極拳) is closely related to a range of disciplines of Taoist Arts taught within the Lee style including Qigong, Tao Yin, Chinese Macrobiotics, Traditional Chinese Me...
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Tai chi chih
Tai chi chih (simplified Chinese: 太极智; traditional Chinese: 太極智; pinyin: tàijízhì; Wade–Giles: tʼai chi chih) is a series of 19 movements and 1 pose that together make up a meditative ...
Jian
The jian (simplified Chinese: 剑; traditional Chinese: 劍; pinyin: jiàn) is a double-edged straight sword used during the last 2,500 years in China. The first Chinese sources that mention th...
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Wudang Mountains
The Wudang Mountains (simplified Chinese: 武当山; traditional Chinese: 武當山; pinyin: Wǔdāng Shān) consist of a small mountain range in the northwestern part of Hubei, China, just south of Shiy...
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Moy Lin-shin
Moy Lin-shin (梅連羨 méi lián xiàn) (1931 in Taishan county, Guangdong – June 6, 1998, Toronto, Canada) was a Taoist monk, teacher and T'ai chi instructor who founded The Taoist Tai Chi Society (道教太極拳社),...
Jianquan Taijiquan Association
The Jianquan Taijiquan Association (also spelled as Chien-ch'uan T'ai Chi Ch'uan Association, Chian Chuan Taichi Chuan Association and in Chinese: 鑑泉太極拳社) is a well known school teaching Wu style t'ai...
International Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Association

The International Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the teaching, promotion and propagation of the Traditional Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan. It was fou...
103-form Yang family tai chi chuan
103-form Yang family t'ai chi ch'uan, also called the Traditional Form (or, Long Form), is a prescribed sequence of moves used to practice Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan.
The different slow motion sol...
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD), also spelled World T'ai Chi and Ch'i Kung Day, is an annual event held the last Saturday of April each year to promote the related disciplines of T'ai chi ch'uan ...
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Silk reeling
Silk reeling (pinyin chánsī, Wade-Giles ch'an² ssu 纏絲) refers to a set of neigong (internal) movement principles expressed in traditional styles of t'ai chi ch'uan, but especially emphasised by the Ch...
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Qiang (spear)
Qiang (simplified Chinese: 枪; traditional Chinese: 槍; pinyin: qiāng) is the Chinese term for spear. Due to its relative ease of manufacture, the spear in many variations was ubiquitous on ...
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108-form Wu family tai chi chuan
The different slow motion solo form training sequences of T'ai Chi Ch'uan are the best known manifestation of T'ai Chi for the general public. In English, they are usually called the hand form or jus...