Zhong Hua Tai Ji Club

Courses and Instruction

Zhong Hua Tai Ji Club can support private or group lessons in Guangzhou, China and Qing Mai, Thailand. Courses can be tailored to the students specific interests and goals. Students of all ages and skill levels are welcome.

Below is information about our courses. Note that the list is a general guideline.

Chen Style Tai Ji Chuan
  • Chen 13 movement form - good for beginners as an introduction to Chen Tai Ji
  • 28 movement introduction form - perfect for beginners yet also challening for students of other Tai Ji styles
  • 38 movement form - good for experienced beginners and intermediate level students
  • Yi Lu - 83 movement first form - for intermediate level students (this form is the foundation of Chen Style Tai Ji)
  • Er Lu (Pao Chui or "Cannon Fist") - 71 movement second form - for those who have learned Yi Lu
  • 57 movement Chen Style sword form - good for those with a solid foundation in Tai Ji basics
  • Tui Shou (Pushing Hands) - also for those with a solid foundation in Tai Ji basics

In addition to the above, Our Teacher are an expert in Tai Ji fighting applications. Advanced students will be taught the martial applications of Tui Shou and form movements, as well as Fah Jing training.

Chan Si Gong (Silk Reeling Excerise)
Known as Chan Si Gong, these unique spiraling movements loosen the joints and increase range of movement. With consistent practice of Chan Si Gong, the student learns to rotate the body and joints in a sequential manner , and harmonize both internal and external movement. Its function can also be a massage to adjust the balance for the body's muscles, bones and the inner organs. These exercises are particularly rehabilitative for people of ill health. They are also a basic function to learn the proper movements of Chen Style Tai Ji Quan.

Hua Yue Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa (Six Harmonies Eight Methods)

Liu He Ba Fa is a form of internal Chinese martial arts. It is also often referred to as "Water Boxing" due to its principles. The legendary Taoist sage Chen Tuan is credited with its origin. Developed and taught by mordent martial artist Wu Yi Hui who had both literary and martial skills, he became the Hua Yue Xin Yi Liu He Ba Fa center's representative. Wu Yi Hui taught Liu He Ba Fa Quan in Shang Hai in the 1930s. His first disciple, Li Dao Li, helped him open the course and teach other students. Shang Hai’s Wan Wen De came to Guangzhou many times in the 1980’s after learning Liu He Ba Fa from both Wu Yi Hui and Li Dao Li. Su Hua Xiang became a disciple of Wan Wen De and learned it from him in 2000 year. This martial art's special characteristics are softness, stableness and lingering of Tai Ji, Ba Gua Quan’s activate and the strength of Xing Yi Quan.

National Form
  • 8 Movement Taiji Quan
  • Pejing Form
  • 42 Movement Taiji Quan
  • 48 Movement Taiji Quan
  • 88 Movement Taiji Quan
  • Chen Style and Yang Style Competition form
  • 32 Movement Taiji Sword
  • 42 Movement Taiji Sword