Chen Tai Chi Forms with Master Chenhan 3-disc
by Chenhan Yang
Learn Tai Chi Step by Step with Master Chenhan
Tai Chi Chuan is a kind of moving meditation with ancient roots in Chinese martial arts. In this series, Master Chenhan Yang teaches the first three Chen Tai Chi forms, with step-by-step instructions explaining the purpose of each movement.
Chen Tai Chi is one of the most popular Tai Chi styles in the world, and it is practiced by millions of people every day. The movements still possess their martial arts roots, but are often practiced slowly as a form of gentle whole-body exercise.
- Learn the forms step-by-step, with front and rear views.
- Low-impact whole-body movements; good for all fitness levels
- Popular Chen forms for demonstrations and every day practice
By practicing Tai Chi, you relax the mind and body deeply, which is the key to maintaining and improving your health. When you are calm and centered, your body's natural restorative abilities are most efficient. Regular practice can benefit your strength, flexibility, bone-density, and muscle mass. The low-impact exercise has been shown to improve symptoms of depression and insomnia, and promote the healing of chronic conditions. Tai Chi is an excellent way to relieve stress, lower your blood pressure, and develop a positive attitude toward life. Tai Chi will increase your circulation, resulting in improved vitality and longevity, and it will develop your mind's alertness, awareness, and concentration. Most importantly, as you practice, pay attention to the feeling within the movements, so you may appreciate the profound essence of Tai Chi Chuan.
Disc 1: First Form, 74-movement Yi Lu, is traditionally the first long form learned in Chen Tai Chi (Lao Jia Yi Lu).
Disc 2: Cannon Fist, 43-movement Pao Chui, is the powerful second form learned in Chen Tai Chi (Lao Jia Er Lu).
Disc 3: Official Demonstration Form combines the first two forms into an exciting 56-movement short form.