Tai-Chi Chuan, translating to grand ultimate fist, is one of the highest levels of martial art and health practice. Tai-Chi chuan originated in China more than 1500 years ago and it is now considered one of the worlds oldest documented martial arts. Of all the different styles of Tai-Chi Chuan practiced today, Yang family Tai-Chi is practiced by more people around the world then any other styles. The Yang family Tai-Chi has its roots in the Chen family and was originated by Yang Lu-Chan, a native of Hebei province. Yang Lu-Chan took his two sons to Beijing and made Yang family tai-chi a big name in the local martial arts circle. One of Yang Lu Chans son, Yang Jian-Hou, passed the art down to his son, Yang Cheng-Fu, who eventually became the most famous tai chi instructor in modern times. Grand master Doc-Fai Wong learned the Yang Family Tai-Chi from Professor Hu Yuen-Chou, one of Yang Chen Fus closed door students, as well as his last disciple in southern China. As the lineage chart shows, Grand master Doc-Fai Wong is under the direct lineage of Yang family Tai-Chi Chuan. Today, Grand master Doc-Fai Wong has his main school based in San Francisco, California and many of his advanced students are now teaching Yang family Tai-Chi all over the world.
Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong currently teaches many different weapon forms including Tai-Chi Fan, Yang Family Straight Sword and Yang Family Broadsword, also known as Tai-Chi saber.
In these videos, Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong will demonstrate the Yang family Tai-Chi froms. The first segments of these tapes show the forms at regular speed, from four different angles. In the second segments of these tapes, each major movements of the form is repeated slowly from different angles to demonstrated the exact body position and footwork. Keep in mind that all Tai-Chi forms should be practiced slow, with a relaxed body and clear mind.
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Volume One: Tai-Chi Basics and the 8 Pieces of Brocade Exercises with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: Over 70 Minutes.
Volume Two: Yang Family Tai-Chi Long Form (108 Movement) with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: Over one hour.
Volume Three: Yang Family Long Straight Sword Form with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: About 50 minutes.
Volume Four: Yang-Style Tai-Chi Broadsword (Saber) with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: About 40 minutes.
Volume Five: Tai-Chi Wind Chasing Fan Form with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: About 45 Minutes.
Volume Six: Tai-Chi 13 Positions of Standing Meditation with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: About 60 Minutes.
Volume Seven: Tai-Chi Plum Blossom Fan Form with Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong
Total Running Time: About 57 Minutes.
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