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Tai Chi 24 and 48 Bundle

by Liang, Shou-Yu, Wen-Ching Wu, Helen Liang

Book includes a new and modern easy-to-follow layout. Every tai chi movement is presented in 2-4 large photographs with clear instructions, followed by key points to help you learn properly. Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 Posture is the most popular tai chi form, and it can be performed in only six minutes. If you are learning tai chi in a school, a fitness club, a community or recreation center, or even the local park, this is the tai chi form you are likely to encounter. Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 48 Posture is a popular tai chi form practiced by those who want a longer, more challenging sequence. Once learned, it can be performed in only 10-12 minutes.

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Book: Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 23 & 48 Postures with Applications by Liang, Shou-Yu and Wen-Ching Wu

This revised edition of our best selling beginner Tai Chi Chuan book includes a new and modern easy-to-follow layout. Every tai chi movement is presented in 2-4 large photographs with clear instructions, followed by key points to help you learn properly.

Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 Posture is one of today’s most popular tai chi forms. Once learned, it can be performed in only six minutes. If you are learning tai chi in a school, a fitness club, a community or recreation center, or even the local park, this is the tai chi form you are likely to encounter.

The martial arts applications for each posture are shown so you can understand that every movement has a purpose.

Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 48 Posture is a popular tai chi form practiced by those who want a longer, more challenging sequence. Once learned, it can be performed in only twelve minutes. The forty-eight posture form is often the next form a student studies after learning the twenty-four posture form.

Here’s what is inside this book:

  • Theory to help you understand tai chi’s important tai chi concepts
  • Warm up exercises for safe and proper tai chi practice
  • Fundamentals so your tai chi movements will be easy and natural
  • Foot diagrams so you will know what direction to face
  • The complete Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 24 Posture form, step-by-step
  • Martial applications for each movement of the 24 posture form
  • The complete Simplified Tai Chi Chuan 48 Posture form, step-by-step

No matter your age, tai chi chuan is a wonderful way to improve your health and well-being.

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DVD: Simplified Tai Chi for Beginners—24 From by Helen Liang

Tai Chi Health in 6 Minutes

Simplified Tai Chi 24 for Beginners DVD is the perfect way to experience the amazing health benefits of a shortened tai chi form, no matter your current fitness level. The ancient art of tai chi is often described as “moving meditation” because it stimulates your mind, body, and spirit.

The simplified 24-posture form is taught and demonstrated in detail by Master Helen Liang in short, easy-to-follow sections. This popular form is shown clearly from multiple angles, with step-by-step instructions.

With this 6-minute tai chi form, you’ll feel stronger and more energized. Tai chi is known for improving balance and keeping the mind sharp and positive. This tai chi form is excellent for beginners at any age, those who want a low-impact whole-body exercise, and those with limited time.

  • Easy-to-follow step-by-step instruction
  • Front and rear view demonstrations
  • The most popular tai chi form in the world

The tai chi 24 form takes only 6 minutes to practice but offers benefits for your entire life.

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DVD: Simplified Tai Chi for Beginners—48 Form by Helen Liang

The Best Tai Chi Moves in One Simplified Form

Experience Tai Chi Health in 10 Minutes and a get great workout. Simplified Tai Chi 48 for Beginners is the perfect way to experience the amazing health benefits of a shortened tai chi form, no matter your current fitness level. The 48 form is combines the best of several forms into Simplified Tai Chi. The ancient art of tai chi is often described as “moving meditation” because it stimulates your mind, body, and spirit.

The simplified 48-posture form is taught and demonstrated in detail by Master Helen Liang in short, easy-to-follow sections. This popular form is shown clearly from multiple angles, with step-by-step instructions.

With this 10-minute tai chi form, you’ll feel stronger and more energized. Tai chi is known for improving balance and keeping the mind sharp and positive. This tai chi form is excellent for beginners at any age, those who want a low-impact whole-body exercise, and those with limited time.

  • Easy-to-follow step-by-step instruction
  • Front and rear view demonstrations
  • Popular form form demonstration and competitions.
  • Combines the best moves of several Tai Chi styles.

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About the Authors

Liang, Shou-Yu

Liang, Shou-Yu was born on June 28, 1943 in the city of Chongqian, Sichuan Province, China. When he was six he began his training in Qigong, the art of breathing and internal energy control, under the tutelage of his renowned grandfather, the late Liang, Zhi-Xiang. Mr. Liang was taught the esoteric skills of the Emei Mountain sect, including Da Peng Qigong. When he was eight, his grandfather made special arrangements for him to begin training Emei Wushu (martial arts). In 1959, Mr. … More »

Wen-Ching Wu

Wen-Ching Wu was born in Taiwan, China in 1964. He loved Wushu and many othe sports since a young age. During high school he was on the school's basketball an softball teams. He graduated from high school as a salutatorian. He came to the U.S. in 1983 to study Mechanical Engineering and in 1988, he graduated with honors fro Northeastern University, with a BSME degree. … More »

Helen Liang

Master Helen Liang, the eldest daughter of Grandmaster Liang, Shou-Yu, began training in traditional Wushu at the age of 4 under the strict guidance of her father. At the age of 11, she was chosen to train with Sichuan Provincial Wushu School. In 1985, she immigrated to Canada and became an official instructor at the Shou-Yu Liang Wushu institute in 1989. During her years of training, she has participated in many national and international competitions and has won a great number of gold medals. … More »