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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.
Mr Sin Lai Keong, Teacher
- 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.
Jonathan, Student
- Princess Elizabeth Primary
I wish that Coach Yip will come here again to teach us and he is very friendly.
Muliati, Student
- Princess Elizabeth Primary

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武当三丰太极剑

剑,素有“百兵之君”的美称,更有“古之圣品也"的美誉。剑能得到如此多的称赞,是和剑自身的特性分不开的。剑属于短兵器,因此携带方便且能快速出击,而宝剑佩戴起来也使人显得更加英武神采。

故历朝王公帝侯,文士侠客,商贾庶民,莫不以持之为荣。剑与艺,自古常纵横沙场,称霸武林,立身立国,行仁仗义,故流传至今,仍为世人喜爱,亦以其光荣历史,深植人心,斯可历传不衰。

“武当三丰太极剑”以劈、刺、点、崩、撩、带、抹、拦、击、挂、托、穿、抽等剑法组成,其特点为剑法清澈,动作柔缓;节奏平和,柔漫舒展;身神剑合,气势饱满。

TaiJi Jian (TaiJi Sword) is the only slow, soft style weapon form within the Wudang San Feng Lineage. The sword has always held a special place in Wudang and in Daoism as a whole. The Wudang sword is legendary and perfectly represents the balance and precision of a Daoist scholar and martial artist. The double edged blade is a weapon meant for very delicate and deliberate movements. Techniques are meant to disable to opponent by striking weak points of the hand, neck, side, inner thigh, and under the arm. Although the movements are tempered in combative application the TaiJi Sword form (with 64 postures) is a moving meditation through all of the principles of a TaiJi practice.

The sword is always looked at as an extension of the practitioners own body. Wudang sword is just so, with the added element of the sword be also a extension of one own intention. The movements are coordinated as one complete practice. Movements that yield and retreat, at precise moments, alternate into advancing and overcoming. Posture in TaiJi Sword is a dance between offensive and defensive postures. Often one moment will easily transition into the next.

动作名称
  1. 上步含剑 – Shang Bu Han Jian
  2. 仙人指路 – Xian Ren Zhi Lu
  3. 三环套月 – San Huan Tao Yue
  4. 大魁星式 – Da Kui Xing Shi
  5. 燕子抄水 – Yan Zi Chao Shui
  6. 左右拦扫 – Zuo You Lan Sao
  7. 童子提炉 – Tong Zi Ti Lu
  8. 黄蜂入洞 – Huang Feng Ru Dong
  9. 灵猫扑鼠 – Ling Mao Pu Shu
  10. 蜻蜓点水 – Qing Ting Dian Shui
  11. 金蛇盘柳 – Jin She Pan Liu
  12. 燕子入巢 –Yan Zi Ru Chao
  13. 大鹏展翅 – Da Peng Zhan Chi
  14. 右旋风式 – You Xuan Feng Shi
  15. 小魁星式 – Xiao Kui Xing Shi
  16. 左旋风式 – Zuo Xuan Feng Shi
  17. 鱼翁钩鱼 – Yu Weng Gou Yu
  18. 拨草寻蛇 – Bo Cao Xun She
  19. 怀中抱月 – Huai Zhong Bao Yue
  20. 宿鸟投林 – Su Niao Tou Lin
  21. 乌龙摆尾 – Wu Long Bai Wei
  22. 青龙出水 – Qing Long Chu Shui
  23. 风卷荷叶 – Feng Juan He Ye
  24. 狮子摇头 – Shi Zi Yao Tou
  25. 虎抱头 – Hu Bao Tou
  26. 野马跳涧 – Ye Ma Tiao Jian
  27. 翻身勒马 – Fan Shen Le Ma
  28. 指南金针 – Zhi Nan Jin Zhen
  29. 迎风弹尘 – Ying Feng Dan Chen
  30. 顺水推舟 – Shun Shui Tui Zhou
  31. 流星赶月 – Liu Xing Gan Yue
  32. 天马行空 – Tian Ma Xing Kong
  33. 踏雪寻梅 – Ta Xue Xun Mei
  34. 金花落地 – Jin Hua Luo Di
  35. 挑帘式 – Tiao Lian Shi
  36. 左右车轮剑 – Zuo You Che Lun Jian
  37. 燕子衔泥 – Yan Zi Xian Ni
  38. 野马分鬃 – Ye Ma Fen Zong
  39. 莺飞满天 – Ying Fei Man Tian
  40. 游龙戏水 – You Long Xi Shui
  41. 海底捞针 – Hai Di Lao Zhen
  42. 披身伏虎 – Pi Shen Fu Hu
  43. 夜叉探海 – Ye Cha Tan Hai
  44. 犀牛往月 – Xi Niu Wang Yue
  45. 射雁式 – She Yan Shi
  46. 青龙探爪 – Qing Long Tan Zhua
  47. 巧合太极 – Qiao He Tai Ji
  48. 凤凰双展翅 – Feng Huang Shuang Zhan Chi
  49. 斜飞式 – Xie Fei Shi
  50. 白鹤亮翅 – Bai He Liang Chi
  51. 左右跨拦 – Zuo You Kua Lan
  52. 仙人画图 – Xian Ren Hua Tu
  53. 白猿献果 – Bai Yuan Xian Guo
  54. 左右落花 – Zuo You Luo Hua
  55. 玉女穿梭 – Yu Nu Chuan Suo
  56. 白虎搅尾 – Bai Hu Jiao Wei
  57. 鱼跃龙门 – Yu Yue Long Men
  58. 乌龙绞柱 – Wu Long Jiao Zhu
  59. 玉女探花 – Yu Nu Tan Hua
  60. 顺风扫叶 – Shun Feng Sao Ye
  61. 风扫梅花 – Feng Sao Mei Hua
  62. 力截金石 – Li Jie Jin Shi
  63. 巧女缝针 – Qiao Nu Feng Zhen
  64. 白云罩顶 – Bai Yun Zhao Din
  65. 并步收式 – Bing Bu Shou Shi