This course begins with the 26-section tai chi routine. It was developed as an “Extraordinary foundation method.” It builds progressively and endlessly upon fundamental principles in a way that is designed to build upon fundamentals until the student can be liberated from them. It is designed to improve the skill and understanding of beginners and . . . read more
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This routine is based on Chen style tai chi. I first taught it in Geneva and it has seen some revisions since then. It is not recommended for beginners. This video is intended as a reference for student who are already learning it. My performance in this video is not the standard by which the . . . read more
The 26-Section Extraordinary Foundation Routine is based on the traditional Yang style long form. I spent about 10 years developing this routine, and created it based on the eight different versions of Yang style that I learned during the preceding three decades. I designed this routine to meet the needs of my school and my . . . read more
The 10-posture tai chi routine was created about 20 years ago as a simple teaching tool. It has become immensely popular throughout the world as a routine for beginners.