New Photos of Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan

astride the tiger

astride the tiger

 

bend bow shoot tiger

bend bow shoot tiger

 

 

double water lily kick

double water lily kick

 

drop stance

drop stance

 

embrace tiger

embrace tiger

 

fan thru back

fan thru back

 

fan thru back 2

fan thru back 2

 

fighting tiger

fighting tiger

 

fist under elbow

fist under elbow

 

golden rooster left

golden rooster left

 

grasp bird's tail

grasp bird's tail

 

hold the lute

hold the lute

 

kick right

kick right

 

needle at seabottom

needle at seabottom

 

fair maiden works shuttle

fair maiden works shuttle

 

single whip

single whip

 

water lily kick

water lily kick

 

whipping punch

whipping punch

 

white crane

white crane

Responses

  1. Your postures are looking awesome. They show a combination of peace and power, suppleness and strength. This is G, from the Angelsgymsingh site. I have been evolving my expression of Wu Style Taiji Quan. I have been deeply involving in alchemy and pugilism treatise and practice while studying the principles and history of the family lineages leading to the Wu Style. This has led me to a very special connection to the three treasures and bringing me to see the Tiger and Crane spirits are deeply rooted in the essence, energy and vitality of Wu Taiji Quan. I have been refining nd cultivating this connection and from it an expression, guided by the 6 internal harmonies and methods (Liuhebafa). The result is a very personal style of Pugilistic Taiji and Qigong that I am calling Hu Shui Quan or Tiger Water Boxing. The YMMA Publishing firm has asked to review the manuscript that details the evolution. If they give it final acceptance I would love to get a review from you as I respect your work and presentations as full of life and positive karma….. Hope to hear form you soon… G

  2. […] New Photos of Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan […]

  3. i love MARTIAL ART .

  4. Hi George,

    The purpose of my blog and the above photos is to share my love of tai chi chuan, which is a traditional chinese martial art, and can be practiced not just for fighting, but for health and wellness, and as a spiritual, contemplative practice.

    I do have a website that offers on line lessons, and I do charge a nominal fee. There are links on my home page if you want to check it out.

    Photos of the postures are helpful to those practicing tai chi to compare with the way they are learning it.

  5. What is the meaning of the above. Is it publicity or why the pictures?


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