In our Association we teach Wu Style Tai Chi. The study begins with the long slow form, which joins 37 different postures into a continuous flowing sequence of 108 movements.
In China this form is called Da Man Quan. It is the platform on which the practice and art of Tai Chi is built. Whether for health or martial purposes, this form is the starting point of your journey.
The syllabus then moves on to cover short, fast and weapons forms, and the art of pushing hands, known as Tui Shou, where you practice and explore the martial aspects of Tai Chi with a partner.Join a class