太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands


太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

The Advantages Of Practicing Tai Chi Chuan

Those who live in the cities, due to the pressures of their work do not have proper exercise. This may lead to mental strain, nervous breakdown or inefficiency in their daily work.

Health is very important to us, so how to acquire a strong and healthy body is an important problem we are concerned with. It is commonly recognized that proper physical exercise is the best method of keeping our body fit and healthy. But it is not so easy to find a type of exercise that suits people of all ages, though there are many kinds of exercise that exist in our society such as golf, tennis, football and the like.

Tai Chi Chuan is one of the best exercises for all ages. Those who practice it gain a healthy body as well as an alert mind. With the improvement to their health, they are able to concentrate better on their routine tasks and to make decisions more effectively. This may indirectly lead to career success.

The form of Tai Chi Chuan, in performance, looks like a classical dance with graceful …


Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese form of exercise for people of all ages, which has gained an enthusiastic reception from all over the world.

The source from which this popularity springs can be traced to the physical and mental benefits which result from putting into practice the philosophical concepts on which the art is based.
The founder of Tai Chi Chuan was Chang San Feng, a Taoist, who was born in 1247 AD. His accomplishments were such that during the Ming Dynasty news of his fame reached the ears of the Emperor himself. Titles and Honors were showered on Chang and a magnificent mansion was built for him on Wutan Mountain as a special gift from the provincial governor.

One of the greatest Tai Chi Chuan masters was Yang Lu Chan (1799-1872 AD) who, during the Ching Dynasty, served as the chief combat instructor of the Imperial Guard. He practiced Tai Chi Chuan for many years and his fighting ability earned him the nickname ‘Invincible Yang’. This gives us a good idea of the high esteem …

太極劍 Tai Chi Sword (54-62)

54 回身劍
55 抱月式
56 單鞭式
57 倒掛金鈴
58 左右橫掃千軍
59 進步指檔
60 潛蛟待發
61 青蜒點水
62 回身撩陰

54. Swivel with the sword
55. Encircling the moon style
56. Single whip style
57. Hanging the golden bell upside down
58. Sweep a thousand soldiers on the left &right
59. Advance and point to the trousers
60. Scaly dragon hiding and about to fly
61. Green dragonfly touching water
62. Swivel and tease the genitals

太極劍 Tai Chi Sword (48-53)

48 左右提鞭
49 白猿獻果
50 臥虎當門
51 落花待掃
52 臥虎當門
53 翻身披掛

48. Flick the whip on the left & right
49. White gibbon offering fruit
50. Tiger lying in front of the door
51. Falien petals waiting for the broom
52. Tiger lying in front of the door
53. Turn back to put on armour

太極劍 Tai Chi Sword (39-47)

39 左右掛籃
40 玉女投針
41 翻身提筆
42 迎門劍
43 臥虎當門
44 海底擒鰲
45 魁星提斗
46 反臂劍
47 轉身栽劍

39. Hang the bamboo basket on the left & right
40. Fairy damsel throwing a needle
41. Turn back raising the writing brush
42. Face the door sword
43. Tiger lying in front of the door
44. Catching a giant tortoise from the bottom of the sea
45. God of literature raising the wine vessel
46. Swing the arm back with the sword
47. Turn the body and plant the sword

太極自由推手 Tai Chi Free Pushing Hands

The Five Components of Tai Chi

The practical side of the art of Tai Chi consits of five basic component parts which are very much interrelated. These are:-

a) Hand Form(太極拳)
The Hand Form is the most basic, as well as the best known, of the five component parts of Tai Chi Chuan, but knowledge of this alone is insufficient for self-defence purposes.
There are two stages in learning the Hand Form. At first we learn the movements in a simplified, step by step, way known as the ‘Square Form’. This can be compared to teaching a child to write, in that he will be taught first to form block letters. Only when we have mastered this simple method of doing the form can we move on to learn the more intricate ‘Round Form’, which consists of the same techniques as the Square Form, but which is performed in a free and flowing manner. The Round Form is to the Square Form as cursive script is to block letters.
The movements of the Hand Form come in a set sequence, and all have a self-defence application. Slow and gentle practice of…












太極拳 (方拳)


1 預備式
2 太極起式
3 七星勢
4 攬雀尾
5 單鞭
6 斜飛勢
7 提手上勢
8 白鶴晾翅
9 摟膝抝步
10 左七星勢
11 摟膝抝步
12 左七星勢
13 手揮琵琶
14 上步搬攔捶
15 如封似閉
16 抱虎歸山
17 十字手
18 斜摟膝抝步
19 轉身摟膝抝步
20 七星勢
21 攬雀尾
22 斜單鞭
23 肘底看捶
24 倒攆猴
25 斜飛勢
26 提手上勢
27 白鶴晾翅
28 摟膝抝步
29 左七星勢
30 海底針
31 扇通背
32 撇身捶
33 退步搬攔捶
34 上步攬雀尾
35 單鞭
36 雲手
37 單鞭
38 左高探馬
39 左披身
40 右分腳
41 右高探馬
42 右披身
43 左分腳
44 轉身蹬腳
45 摟膝抝步
46 進步栽捶
47 翻身撇身捶
48 上步左高探馬
49 左披身
50 右分腳
51 退步七星
52 退步打虎
53 披身踢腳
54 雙峯貫耳
55 右披身
56 左分腳
57 轉身蹬腳
58 撇身捶
59 上步搬攔捶
60 如封似閉
61 抱虎歸山
62 十字手
63 斜摟膝抝步
64 轉身摟膝抝步
65 七星勢
66 攬雀尾
67 斜單鞭
68 七星勢
69 野馬分鬃
70 七星勢
71 野馬分鬃
72 七星勢
73 野馬分鬃
74 玉女穿梭
75 七星勢
76 野馬分鬃
77 玉女穿梭
78 七星勢
79 攬雀尾
80 單鞭
81 雲手
82 單鞭
83 低身下勢
84 金雞獨立
85 倒攆猴
86 橫斜飛勢
87 提手上勢
88 白鶴晾翅
89 摟膝抝步
90 左七星勢
91 海底針
92 扇通背
93 撇身睡
94 上步搬攔捶
95 上步攬雀尾
96 單鞭
97 雲手
98 單鞭
99 高探馬
100 撲面掌
101 轉身十字擺蓮腿
102 摟膝抝步
103 上步指檔捶
104 上步攬雀尾
105 單鞭
106 低身下勢
107 上步七星
108 退步跨虎
109 轉身撲面掌
110 轉身雙擺蓮
111 彎弓射虎
112 左高探馬
113 撲面掌
114 翻身撇身捶
115 上步高探馬
116 上步攬雀尾
117 單鞭
118 合太極
119 收式