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8 and 16 yang style tai chi sets

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8 & 16 tai chi forms

8& 16 tai chi forms
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8 Yang style forms

The 8 forms was developed in 1999 by tai chi masters sitting on the official Chinese sports council
1) Repulse monkey (upper form in a small horse stance) x2
2)Brush knee twist step (left side - right side) x2 form info
3) Part wild horse's mane (left side - right side) x2 form info
4) Wave hands in clouds (left side - right side) x2 form info
5) Golden rooster stands on one leg (right side - left side) x2
6) Heel kick (right side - left side) x2
7) Grasp swallow's tail (right side - left side) x2 form info
8) Cross hands & close

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16 Yang style forms
1) Starting form form info
2) Part wild horse's mane x2 form info
3) Stork spreads it's wings form info
4) Brush knee twist step x2 form info
5) Deflect down, parry & punch
6) Withdraw & push
7) Single whip form info
8) Play the pipa (Chinese guitar) form info
9) Repulse monkey x2 form info
10) Fair lady works shuttles x2
11) Golden needle at sea bottom
12) Fan through back
13) Wave hands in clouds x2 form info
14) Grasp swallow's tail x2 form info
15) Cross hands
16) Closing form

The eight and the sixteen tai chi sets evolved from the need to introduce beginners to a set of forms that are easy to learn and practice. The eight and sixteen tai chi sets teaches the beginner.
1. Movement and linking of a set of tai chi forms that will help the student to learn the standard forms.
2. Names and positions of a set of forms that are easy and quick to learn .
3. A way to practice a simplified tai chi set without requiring a large space to practice in.
The eight tai chi set is practiced from almost on the spot position.
The 16 set is first performed on one side of the body (to the right or to the left), closely followed with a performance on the opposite side of the body.

True perfection seems imperfect, yet it is perfectly itself. True fullness seems empty, yet it is fully present. True straightness seems crooked. True wisdom seems foolish. True art seems artless. The master allows things to happen by themselves. She fashions events as they arise. She stands aside and allows the Tao to explain all simply by being. Lao Tzu

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