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Simplified Tai Chi for Beginners - 48 Form

by Helen Liang

For the first time on video, the Tai Chi 48 form is taught in detail with step by step instructions by Master Helen Liang.
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March 1, 2016
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Run time: 142 min
Narration: English


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Number of discs: 
Run time: 142 min
Narration: English
Average: 3.9 (36 votes)
Skill Level: 1 2 3

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.

About the Author

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 »