This is a very good video rendition of pencil drawings of Yang Chengfu, set in the sequence of the Yang Style 108.  Notice how the reverent master is solidly rooted and comfortably stretched in his posture.  Study this video for your learning, and compare it with videos of other T'ai Chi practitioners.

This is a very good video rendition of pencil drawings of Yang Chengfu, set in the sequence of the Yang Style 108. Notice how the reverent master is solidly rooted and comfortably stretched in his posture. Study this video for your learning, and compare it with videos of other T'ai Chi practitioners.

Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Taoist form: Our Founder Master Moy demonstrates Taoist Tai Chi™ arts. - YouTube

Taoist form: Our Founder Master Moy demonstrates Taoist Tai Chi™ arts. - YouTube

Master of the Five Excellences A Life Biography of Cheng Man Ching by Tam Gibbs

Master of the Five Excellences A Life Biography of Cheng Man Ching by Tam Gibbs

Chang Sanfeng (1247-?) first studied at Shao-Lin, then traveled all over China. He learned from Taoism and then settled in Wudang Mountain. He initiated Tai-Chi at his late years.

Chang Sanfeng (1247-?) first studied at Shao-Lin, then traveled all over China. He learned from Taoism and then settled in Wudang Mountain. He initiated Tai-Chi at his late years.

37 posture Yang form developed by Master Chen Manching, student of Master Yang Chenfu.

37 posture Yang form developed by Master Chen Manching, student of Master Yang Chenfu.

A side-by-side slideshow of Yang Cheng Fu and Chen Wei Ming performing the Yang style 108 form.

A side-by-side slideshow of Yang Cheng Fu and Chen Wei Ming performing the Yang style 108 form.

Grand Master Chen Man Ching performs a tai chi short form and does some push hands. This video is vintage so occasionally there are some jumps and stutters in the action. Through modern day restoration techniques over the last several years the video quality has improved greatly.

Grand Master Chen Man Ching performs a tai chi short form and does some push hands. This video is vintage so occasionally there are some jumps and stutters in the action. Through modern day restoration techniques over the last several years the video quality has improved greatly.

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