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I really liked the Taichi session! I thought it was even better than yoga.
If time permits, I would like to sign up for a proper course. It was good exercise :)
Ms Yvonne Yoong, Teacher
- Beatty Sec
Very interesting & though Taichi is a slow impact exercise, it very strenuous.
Ms Jeerah, Teacher
- Beatty Sec
Very enlightening and attractive. Coaches gave clear instruction and well prepared.
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- Beatty Sec
Thank you! Great Taichi session, I enjoy so much!
Monica Loh
- ICA
I had fun during the wushu program, and it was good exercise :)
Joy Fu, Student
- CHIJ St Nicholas Girls School
I had a lot of fun. You know I have never experienced something so picturetaking
There were so many moves of self-defense. Coaches are very nice. This rocks!
Harviran Singh, Student
- Northland Primary
Very interesting and a rare opportunity for me to take part. Thumbs up :)
Crystal, Student
- CHIJ St Nicholas Girls School
The main reason I keep coming for Taichi lesson is that I want to be healthy & fit.
Coach make us feel “Taichi"
Qing Wen, Student
- Hong Wen School
It is very good for beginners & the Coaches are very friendly & patient.
I want to learn more advanced Taichi.
Brian, Student
- Hong Wen School
I actually hated wushu but Coach Yip made me like wushu.
Brandon Oh, Student
- Princess Elizabeth Primary
I like learning new movements because it helps my body.
The coach is very good in Wushu, I would like to continue learning.
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- Princess Elizabeth Primary
I wish that Coach Yip will come here again to teach us and he is very friendly.
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- Princess Elizabeth Primary

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Wudang Tai Ji 28

The TaiJi 28 form is our fundamental taiji practice within the Wudang San Feng Lineage. It is this form that introduces novice martial artists to the key aspects of TaiJi training and internal cultivation. TaiJi 28, named 28 because of the 28 postures within the form, is a modern form that is a sort of simplified pattern of the traditional TaiJi 108. This form encompasses all of the main characteristics of taiji from the 8 Gates, the 5 Steps, and the 4 Refinements.

The four refinements of TaiJi practice are essential to improving your internal awareness. Only through diligent focus and committed training can one lay down the right foundation to grow their practice from. During all TaiJi practice we should look at our practice in different phases. TaiJi practice can be done for emotional health, body suppleness,mental acuity, and even for combative application. However, underlying all TaiJi practice is intention. With this intention, we must first train our own posture and make corrections where necessary. Keeping this in mind, our focus in our basic posture, for standing, sitting, and moving practice, is done by following these general rules:

The head is lifted as if suspended from a rope and the neck is relaxed. The chest is empty and the upper back is full while breathing deep to the dantian. The shoulders and elbows are sinking in front of the body to keep the movements rooted. Hips drawn in and relaxed with the weight dropping through the heels of the feet.

While maintaining these parts throughout TaiJi practice, the goal is to develop a sensitivity to any imbalance and slowly correct it. TaiJi practice is meant to strengthen what is weak and soften that which is stiff. Over time, the practice builds up better habits and returns to body and mind to a stable middle ground. It is here where the fundamentals of our internal alchemy are brought to fruition.

动作名称 Movement Names
  1. 起势 – Beginning
  2. 退步崩式 – Step back warding
  3. 揽雀尾 – grasp
  4. 正单鞭 – straight single whip
  5. 提手上式 – lift leg and kick
  6. 白鹤亮翅 – white crane spreads its wing
  7. 左搂膝拗步– left brush knee and twist step
  8. 手挥琵琶 – play the lute
  9. 上步搬拦捶 – step up to deflect parry and punch
  10. 小擒拿手 – catch and hold
  11. 右踢脚 – right kick
  12. 左打虎式 – left beat tiger
  13. 右打虎式 – right beat tiger
  14. 左斜搂膝 – right beat tiger
  15. 双插掌 – double palm strike
  16. 野马分鬃 – part the wild horse’s mane
  17. 正单鞭 - straight single whip
  18. 玉女穿梭 - jade lady works at shuttle
  19. 正单鞭 – straight single whip
  20. 下势 – left push down
  21. 上步七星 – step forward with seven stars
  22. 退步跨虎 - step backward and mount the tiger
  23. 双摆莲 - waving lotus kick
  24. 弯弓射虎 - curved bow shoots tiger
  25. 上步搬拦捶 -step up and punch
  26. 如封似闭 - apparent sealing and closing
  27. 十字手 – cross hands
  28. 抱虎归山 – hold tiger return to the mountain
  29. 收势 - finished